Rising hip-hop virtuoso Mac-K just dropped “Must Be February”, a romantic song that portrays a cute couple on a date. In his own words, the song represents the “gangsta romance for the nonchalant crowd”. Mac-K has numerous achievements to be proud of, among them “Almost 8 million streams on a song I got on my own. No help, no handouts, big blogs or big features. Just me and my sound,” he shared. The Dallas-based rapper creates songs with a real and clear message, relying heavily on his own life and experiences as well as things he has witnessed like poverty and struggle in the street.
We’ve had the chance to interview Mac-K and ask him some questions about his recent release, future plans, and much more. Read on to see his answers!
Congrats on dropping “Must Be February”! Tell us more about this track and its theme.
“Must Be February” is gangsta RnB music for the hard nonchalant.
Is your music predominantly about your experiences or what you think the crowds will enjoy?
My music is predominantly about my experiences, I make music that I want to hear and from there it resonates with the crowds.
What’s one achievement in your music career that you’re extremely proud of?
Hitting my 5 million on streams!
Where do you get your daily dose of inspiration, especially when you don’t feel particularly excited to create?
The passion I have for music always at least gives me a little inspiration. All depends on the feeling.
Tell us a bit about your childhood and adolescence years and how you began singing, performing and writing music.
My childhood was a hard one, I was really independent in my preteen to teenage years. I began writing music in 2018 after my 1st son was born.
Who is your number one fan/supporter?
My little brother CK has supported me from the jump.
What is the most exciting collab you’ve had so far? Who would you like to collaborate with in the future?
Lil 2z has been the most exciting and Kendrick Lamar would be my ideal feature.