North Carolina Artist Veedoe hopes that his music inspires others to believe in themselves. The versatile Trap Soul artist really taps into his past to make music that expresses what its like to make it out on top. In fact, his music is inspired by his life story, the good and the bad.
“I don’t write, I usually just go in and converse with the mic.” He explained, “I feel that it’s my way away… sometimes if nobody hears me the mic does and it’s up to me to let others hear my inner thoughts.”
At a young age the independent artist was always caught up in some trouble which led his family to move into different cities. He had friends that ended up in jail and others that died, Veedoe knew that something had to be changed.
He explained, “Basically growing up becoming a product of my environment wanting different… I feel I faced a few near-death experiences that had me feeling invincible and like I can do whatever, basically heading down the wrong path”
In 2017, began rapping on a daily basis in his brother’s home studio. He revealed his brother forced him to really get into the game. He then wrote his first single “Free KEKE” which was inspired by his cousin.
Since then the North Carolina Artist has been putting in work. He performed for artists including Young Dolph, Dababy, Roddy Ricch, Money Bagg Yo, and more! Veedoe also went viral on Fucious TV after being recorded in the back seat of a cop car requesting that they play music! The officers played Lil Boosie “No Juice” and people went crazy!
Aside from music Veedoe also has been featured as an extra on a few big films including Black Panther and Fist Fight!
The independent artist recently put out a collab tape titled “Dice Game” featuring Stoney J and it’s blowing up the streets right now! What’s next for Veedoe? He plans on dropping new music next month. It will be another mixtape titled, “Deep End” hosted by DJ ESUDD.
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