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Was there something (an experience) or someone in your life that was the "catalyst" for you to start writing music? Tell us about it. I remember in high school I picked up my brother's guitar he had and I slapped a red Metallica sticker on the black bodied guitar. I picked it up and placed my fingers on it. Over the next months I was teaching myself Metallica riffs and other guitar riffs and eventually taught myself guitar. From then I was always around much. I played in a few bands over the years and then transitioned to more hip-hip writing.

Let's get this out of the way. What is the CRAZIEST thing that has ever happened to you in your music career?

The biggest thing I believe was opening for David Nail, who had a nationally known single at the time so it was a great show to play at.

What has been the high point of your music path?

I feel the high point was honestly performing at my very first hip-hop show in Shreveport Louisiana. The feeling up there and how the crowd responded was great. At this point is when I knew I would continue with hip-hop music.

So, how do you approach songwriting or what is your creative process like?

This typically starts with having a beat already. I listen to the track which often brings a certain mood to it. From there I'll hum along a melody and then begin writing. Other times, I may send the beat to Rey first who always delivers a beautiful chorus. From there, once the chorus is in and the theme is established, the writing starts!

What do you see as the biggest challenge facing Indie Artists today? Or, if you could ask the music industry to change one thing, what would it be?

I feel the biggest challenge is still exposure, finding the right audiences and growing fans. I'd ask for more platforms for indie artists to gain exposure.

If you could share the stage with one other artist or band, who would it be and why? I'd love to perform with Eminem or Ed Sheeran or even Beiber. I feel these would all be great shows as they are all very established artists at the peak of their games and I'm sure they would be so much fun and yet so much to learn at the same time.

What are your rehearsals generally like? Or, how do you prepare for a live show? Rehearsals are generally fun and laidback. We play the tracks we plan to perform over and over until we have it all down. With music and another full career, unfortunately touring and live shows haven't' been a large part of SnapDibz music and I think that's another reason growing the fan base is little more difficult.

Pick one song that was your greatest challenge to write. Tell us about it! I believe "Done Believing" was one of my hardest songs to write. The pace and flow of the lyrics was quicker than most of my tracks. Trying to find the rhyme scheme there with the amount of words was a touch challenging but I think it all turned out great!

What's coming up in the future? I'm continuing to work with Rey on more tracks with hopes to complete the collaboration album this year. Tell us where fans can access your music.

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About SnapDibz

SnapDibz is an independent American born Indian rapper. The background in medicine is evident in his rhymes and lyrics. He hit the mainstream in 2020 with the first professional release called "Levels" that harbored hits like "You and I" and "Masterplan." More recently SnapDibz is working on a collaboration project with Rey with hits like "Rivals" and "Memory Lane" and more to come, stay tuned!


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