Hip Hop Artist Cloud G has been chosen as the cover of the 2013 Fall Edition of “The Resource Magazine,” a publication that is dedicated to showcasing business and music from independent artists and the urban culture. This issue of the magazine also features other artists such as KiDD the Chicagoan, Clinton Wayne, BG KNOCC Out, Lil Eazy and Czar Black. His appearance as the cover feature of the magazine will give individuals the opportunity to learn more about Cloud G especially when it comes to his passion for music.
With his continued effort to provide great music, Cloud G is becoming more popular to hip hop fans nationwide. In fact, he is regarded as the New Face for Orange County hip hop on the west coast. Moreover, he was also crowned as Mr. 714. Unlike other artists who are just interested in showing off materialistic popularity, Cloud G strives to create music that tells a story and capture the imagination of his listeners. He also uses his creativity to carefully select the words that he is going to use in his music so that he will be able to deliver his message efficiently.
Cloud G has a unique gritty sound that fully emulates a west coast lifestyle. His delivery for describing his environment is clear and concise with effort to articulate his point well. He has collaborated with West Coast Cash Money and Black Wall Street Affiliate Glasses Malone, who is also a native of Watts and Compton areas of Los Angeles. Together, they have created the song “How He Do That.”Aside from Glasses Malone, Cloud G has already worked with hip hop artist KTrap, Cashis and a few others in the past.
Cloud G is the latest artist to be featured on the front cover of “The Resource” magazine. His cover story will give individuals a glimpse of his life as an artist. With his dedication and hard work, Cloud G is being viewed as someone who can make a big ripple by setting the platform with his own name and identity in the entertainment industry.
He wants his music to strongly connect to his listeners and in some ways, relate to their life. He hopes that through his music and passion for hip hop, he can create works of art that will leave a deeper impact not just on the genre but on the lives of his listeners. The 2013 Fall Edition of “The Resource” magazine will provide reasons why Cloud G is the Talk of the Coast today.
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