Snt Cruze is a 21-year-old from Seattle, Washington, currently residing in sunny Los Angeles. The rising star was raised by his mother, but still maintains a good connection with his father. He grew up loving the outdoors: Fishing, dirt biking, camping, getting dirty and using his hands. He states, “At the same time though, I’m a city slicker. People have said I’m easy-going, warm-hearted, and adventurous.”
Read our exclusive interview below!
How would you describe your sound?
I like to have a beautiful sounding melody on top of some hard drums. That way it’s easy to go back and forth between singing and rapping. My sound is ethereal and galactic
You’re from Seattle, how does that play into your life and career?
Seattle is a great melting pot for culture. There’s a little bit everything over there. I was exposed to all genres of music at a young age. I feel like I can travel anywhere and find my way, but Seattle will always be my number one. When I was living there full time, I started to hate it but now I realize how awesome it actually is. Just the beauty of the land the tall trees, the lakes, the fresh air.
Top 5 all time?
Eminem, Tupac, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Juice Wrld.
At what point did you realize this music thing was forreal?
I honestly don’t know if it’s for real yet. I’m taking it serious and trying to take it to the next level but it’s too soon to tell. What even makes something for real… an income?
What was the inspiration behind your name?
I was talking to a friend about winning the lottery. I said I’d buy an island and then he asked me what I’d name it. I was like, Snt Cruze. Then my friend was like wait, that actually sounds really good. Make that your stage name.
What is it you want fans to get from your story?
Stick to it. Keep pursuing and take a few steps each day to get you closer to your dream. Take it day by day and don’t allow fear of failure get you to quit before you’ve even failed.
3 things you need in the studio?
Some water, a massage gun, and a black ink pen.
Goals you have as an artist at this point of your career?
Gain 10,000 dedicated fans, be more consistent with releasing music, drop a music video.