Today, I am happy to introduce the Prescribed Music community to ServvvOne. He is a very young artist right now in the game, yet he is very experienced, talented, and developed at the early stages of his music career. He is 16-years old and he hails from San Diego, California. There is really something special about ServvvOne and I am happy that the Prescribed Music team gets the opportunity to put our fan base onto a new dope artist that you can guys can talk about with your individual friend groups.
The first time I came across artist, ServvvOne, was on YouTube in early December of 2016. I was searching for new artists on SoundCloud & YouTube and ServvvOne’s music video for “My Way” popped up in the “related/up next” section of YouTube. I wanted to see what ServvvOne was about, so I let “My Way” rock and instantly hopped on the bandwagon to support the 16-year old’s movement. After hearing “My Way”, I had to do my own research on the artist and check out his discography. Doing this led me to find two more gems: “Either Way” and “Nothing New”. I didn’t stop there and instead continued to go deeper in order to learn more about ServvvOne. He really caught my attention and I thought his music was dope as fuck. Going deeper, I found “Focused”, “Out Ya Feelings”, “Less Is More”, and “So What”. After listening to his discography, my boys and I became addicted to his music.
His music continues to be in rotation and I already know that ServvvOne will continue to bless fans with more heat for 2017 and on forth. I can’t say it enough, but he truly is a talented artist with a bright future within the music industry. Personally, I am shocked that ServvvOne is not known more within the industry, but I’m betting my life that he blows up in 2017. His music is fire and it’s really that simple. He really has his own steez and style as a young artist. As he continues to mature and make more music, ServvvOne becomes a triple-double threat within the music industry.
There are many great, upcoming artists that will burst onto the scene during the 2k17 campaign and I just want everyone to know that ServvvOne is an artist to keep on your radar. He’s definitely one of my favorite artists for 2017 and the fact that he’s so young, only makes him a problem in the near future. I started Prescribed Music 3 years ago and the reason why I started the blog was to show people what type of music I listen to, put people on to fire sounds & vibes, and showcase new talent that deserves more appreciation. ServvvOne is an artist that deserves more attention and appreciation. I hope that my fans of the blog get the opportunity to understand who ServvvOne is as an artist and get the opportunity to support the movement as well. I guarantee that he blows up in 2017, so you might as well hop on the bandwagon early before it’s too late.
Lastly, the Prescribed Music family had the opportunity to interview ServvvOne. Definitely read it below in order to learn more about the artist and his movement. Also, make sure to check ServvvOne updates on the website at www.drinkaudio.com and listen to our favorite tracks from the artist as well.
View our interview with ServvvOne
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: You’re so young, how long have you been making music and how did you get started?
I’ve been making music for 2 going on 3 years, but I’ve been freestyling since I was 9 but when I started recording music I stopped freestyling as much. Because I wanted to focus on making some quality music.
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: How did you come up with the artist/stage name, ‘Servvvone?’
It’s funny at the time I was really into graffiti and my friend wanted to know how to create his “tagging” name, and I use to use postal service stickers to slap around everywhere I go. But I just took the “serv” and I added another 3 v’s to make it look cooler, then the “one” was the tagging group I was involved with at the time. Then the name just stuck once I started releasing music
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: What kind of music were you into growing up? What artists had a particular influence on you before you started your career?
Growing up I always would listen to rap a lot. Lil Wayne, T.I., T-pain. Basically, everything on the radio at the time I knew the words to it.
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: Who are some artists that you personally enjoy listening to?
Post Malone, NAV, Travis Scott, PND
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: If you could collaborate with any artist(s) dead or alive, who would it be?
I would collab with Guwop, Post Malone, Travis, Uzi & Murda Beatz
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: What can fans expect from a live Servvvone performance? Also, what is the first thing that comes to mind when you step on stage to perform?
If you come to one of my shows you can definitely expect to get #TenToesTurnt. I try to bring the most energy as possible. When I step out on stage I try to read the crowd, to see what kind of vibes there giving off and I work with that.
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: Any pre-show rituals before you take the stage?
I just need some Weed & Hennessey and a Wendy’s #8 spicy chicken sandwich and Mango Aloe Water. Then I pray.
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: Where would you most like to perform, if given the opportunity?
Kinda clinche but I would love to perform at Madison Square Garden, not for any particular reason but more to say that I’ve performed there.
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: If an individual never listened to your music before, what three tracks would you recommend from your discography?
“Get Rich”, “Either Way”, and “Focused”
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: What is one word to describe Servvvone?
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: What do you hope to accomplish throughout your career?
I’m just working on being successful as possible to support my family
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: Specifically, in a sense that transcends beyond Hip-Hop or Rap, what defines creative genius to you?
I feel if you’re a creative genius you are able to take what you love, and turn it into something no one has ever seen before. Just being able to create an empire from what you thought is a creative genius to me
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: Do you have anything in the works that fans should be excited for, especially during this 2k17 campaign?
I got my own projects dropping soon. Also, I’ve been producing tracks for my nigga King Sol’s new album, which is exciting because I produced his whole last album “Loves Worth” which is a great piece of work. But overall just more progression in my career.
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: What words of inspiration can you offer to today’s youth or other emerging artists?
To any young artist coming up make sure your serious about this music because already if you a younger kid they probably don’t take you seriously. But if you keep dropping music and improving they are bound to take you serious.
PRESCRIBED MUSIC: Any shout outs?
Look out for my mans, Bwinika D Prynce & Poetic Flow’s new projects. We coming for 2017.