OUR INTERVIEW WITH BLANCO FOR HIS NEW RELEASE “RONALDO”

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Blanco confirms his promising talent by delivering a banger entitled “Ronaldo”.

With such a unique and recognizable voice and rap flow, you can only remember him. Blanco proves with this outstanding release that he has a well-deserved place among the greatest. 

Sharp flow, infectious production, original recipe, Ronaldo brings something fresh to the game, and this is what we expected from new artists. 

Definitely an artist you should keep your eyes on. Listen to Ronaldo right now and discover Blanco below. 

1.Tell us about your new song? And what’s the story behind it? 

My new song is called “Ronaldo” and was produced by my boy Sal Grande. Basically the idea for the song came about when I was in a call with my label head Dillon and after the call he texted me “Hey you should make a song called Ronaldo” and from there I pretty much pieced together what came of the hook. Wrote down some lines while I was out and even sung the melody of the hook on my voice memos app.


2.What makes your music unique? And how would you describe it?

I describe my music as fun and energetic and also very relatable. A lot of what I talk about in my music is mainly just things that I’ve gone through and built up feelings and emotions I’ve kept inside for a long time. I don’t be capping in my raps either, if I say I’m too fucked up in a song or that I’m depressed it’s cause I genuinely feel or get to those low points. I also write a lot in the perspective of others and their situations, so that helps a lot too when I’m pulling from my environment.


 3.Which is the best moment in your musical career that you’re most proud of? 

I’m not gonna lie, I don’t feel as if I can answer that question, I’m just starting out and I’m sure there’s more in store for me with my career, so I’m gonna have to hold off on picking my best moment. My favorite moment to date at least I’d probably say is working on a bunch of music with my labelmates at New11 in Miami in March, we cooked up a bunch of shit there.


4.How do you balance your music with other obligations – family, friends or work? 

I just know how to manage my time and how I should spend it. I work a lot and I also am a college student as well. I have a wonderful and supportive family and a beautiful girlfriend by my side, and great friends that I make music with all the time. It’s 100% doable it’s just a matter of if you want it or not.


5.What advice would you give to aspiring musicians? 

To not give up. A month before the label picked up my record “Wanted” I was contemplating quitting music entirely. I was sad and upset over the torturous year of 2020 and just was in a dark spot. The universe tested my strength and threw me a bone, and I’ve taken it as a sign to continue on. Sometimes it gets hard, but as long as you want it, I believe you’ll get it if you work for it.


6.If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?

Thank you all for believing in me, and for taking the time out to listen to what I have to say. After this single I’m dropping again shortly after…


 7.What’s next for you? Any upcoming projects?

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