“I’m Good” by Blac Lou Caine featuring Sequence is one of two lead songs off the June 12th, LS Muzik Group “Real Muzik Revisited: R&B/Hip-Hop Vol.1 compilation. “I’m Good” is being released along with nine other incredible songs by six different artists. These artists were chosen after a music review with the LS Muzik Group team.
Full Interview Below
INTERVIEW – BLAC LOU CAINE
Hi Blac Lou Caine – how are you?
I’m blessed, I can’t complain
Tell us a bit about yourself?
I’m a father, a businessman, entrepreneur, God-fearing, and family-oriented.
What inspires you as an artist?
I’m inspired by life’s situations, the ups, the downs, the good, and the bad. Other than my love for music itself, it’s a venting outlet.
If you could work with any artist, who would it be?
Well, it’s several artists I wouldn’t mind working with, but to throw one at you, I would say Future.
How did the move from Brooklyn, New York to Greensboro, North Carolina, influence your sound?
I can recall being really in tune with Nas, Jay Z, Biggie (my fav at the time) Big L, and Rakim, so that was my sound when I first started. Coming up in the South, you have no choice but to latch onto the sound, but at the same maintain your originality.
Your single “I’m Good” featuring Sequence is one of the lead songs off the “Real Muzik Revisited: R&B/Hip-Hop Vol.1 compilation, What inspired you to create it?
Right, it is. Well, like all my music, it was based on a previous real-life situation. At the same time, it was my way of venting.
Walk me through your creative process?
First, I like to pick out the beat. Sometimes I’ll make a beat from scratch, or sometimes I’ll choose from beats that made already. After that, I vibe out to the beat and do various freestyles in my head. Then I create a chorus and the lyrics will-follow based on the content of the chorus. And this is a recipe to create a Blac Lou Caine hit record.
You have worked with artists like Bankroll Fresh, Travis Porter, Tigo B, and Cap-1. Do you still keep in touch with them?
I do, from time to time, some more than others do because of each other’s schedules and location of residence.
What has been the highlight of your career so far?
I had a few highlights throughout my career thus far, but I would have to say, performing my previous hit single, “Back to the Money” at the 102 Jamz Car Show in Greensboro, NC. The fans showed lots of love, and they all knew the words (s/o 102 for having me)
Other than writing songs, are there any other hobbies you have in your time?
Other than spending time with my kids and family, it’s pretty much music, getting to the money, and making sure my foot stays on that gas pedal.
What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Keep God first, remain humble, and respect karma because it’s real!
What’s next for you, Blac Lou Caine?
God willing, take my career to heights I’ve dreamed, but make it a reality. When it’s all said and done, focus on my label Crèam Team, and have the hardest line up the world ever seen.