Getting to know BQpid
In the making of his own artistry.
February is the month of Valentine’s Day, which is just around the corner. So, what better time to ironically interview “broken love.”, or in other words BQpid. He’s been working in the music business for a little under a year now and has produced a good amount of singles to add to his starting discography. Just four months ago he released an audio-visual on YouTube featuring Cozzy, that reached an audience of up to 79,000 viewers on YouTube.
BQpid says “I’ve always considered myself a bit of an outlier and someone who doesn’t party, doesn’t gossip, doesn’t get in on the drama, and someone who finds themselves in deep thought.” He reflects his image in his vivid lyrics that verbally explain him, and where he comes from. The artist explained his process of moving into entertainment, and feeling out his relatively new style in his recent singles, as he gave insight into finding his sound and sticking to being different. “Because of my versatility and uniqueness, I find myself having a hard time coming up with a genre that fits me well. The best way I could describe it would be Emo Melodic/Indie Pop Rap, with a slight twist of punk.”
Could he be the next Kid Laroi? Or maybe like the main musicians he listens to such as Post Malone or Bruno Mars? These artists are pretty big in the spotlight, but BQPid says he doesn’t “necessarily want to be the biggest artist in the world, but I want to be able to live off my music. I desire to have a fanbase that is excited and engaging with any new material that I drop, and I want to be able to work with some of the biggest names in the game.” It’s said that he’s to do a collaboration with Jordan Brooks, which he stated is, “already in the works.”
You can find BQpid on all streaming platforms such as YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Music. You can also find his social media under his general name.