Lil Rottie drops the music video for his latest single ‘Destiny’ which is available on all streaming platforms. This song and video is inspired by all of the trials and tribulations he went through in life. He was born and raised in New Jersey but is now living in Las Vegas to build a name and image for himself. He’s been working on perfecting his talent since he was 12 years old and plans to make a lifelong career out of it.
He soon found himself struggling to find beats that matched his style and lyrics so he taught himself how to produce and engineer his own music. He said he’s probably most comparable to Juice WRLD, Lil Durk and Lil Uzi which are also some of his biggest inspirations. He also mentioned that working with Meek Mill would be one of his biggest achievements that could come from his music career.
Rottie talks about how he wants to be more than just an artist, he wants to be an artist that makes a cultural impact and makes music that people can feel. So far in his career, he has had the opportunity to perform at several shows in different states and one of his songs reached 30,000 streams. He hopes it’s nowhere but up from here.
We asked him ‘What are you most known for?’ he stated “besides my sound and flow, I’m known for my crazy work ethic. I got noticed by being on my grind, promoting my music everyday, always making new content, signing up for any small opening show I could do to just promote myself and get my name out there.” He started pursuing his music career very heavily in November 2022 by quitting his 9-5 job so he could give music his undivided attention.
He also talked a lot about how much his family means to him, besides making music out of passion and fun he’s also doing it to give his family a better life. He talks about how his mom is his biggest motivation and he told us that his artist name ‘Lil Rottie’ was given to him by his father as a nickname and it just stuck for life.
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