During the late 90’s, Hip-Hop went through a stage where the music was not as pure as the “Golden age” age was. Depakote went through different routes to find pure Hip-Hop music. He ran across a movement called Underground Hip-Hop where they would rebel on commercialism on The Hip-Hop Culture. After graduating high school, Depakote was figuring out what he wanted to do with his life.
Shortly after devastation struck, Depakote was hospitalized and diagnosed with Bi-polar disorder. After treatment, Depakote was released. Slowly getting back in to society, Depakote went back to college and started recording Hip-Hop music for a hobby. After seeing a friend making a beat on a computer, Depakote was curious on making beats.
Mainly writing rhymes with crew, Depakote found his true passion Music production. Depakote stop writing rhymes and would study day and night on ways to make music on music software programs. Depakote was fascinated by the way producers would take a sample from a song and make their own music out of it. Analyzing the techniques of his favorite producers, Depakote was open to a new lifestyle and, a new outlook on music.
Depakote would expand his musical taste to all music of the world. Depakote found a craft called “Crate digging” in which the person would go through vinyl records and find samples and create their own music out of it. Depakote’s goals for his music are to reach and communicate with every possible thing in the multiverse. Depakote believes that music is a powerful tool and that by doing his music he wants to make the listener feel every emotion possible.
He feels that we are losing our power of expressing ourselves and communication to corporations, greed, lust, hate etc...Depakote wants make music to expand the imagination and to bring peace, love, understanding and positive elements. Depakote's dream is to work with every musician in the multiverse. Depakote believes everyone and thing is a musician because he believes we are all energy communicating through positive and negative currents. Peace.
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