The most important thing we look for in an artist is its creativity. If the energy connects with us, then they’ll most probably connect with the audience we’ve built over the past few years.
Our discovery today stands out from the crowd as he proposes something creative and different from what’s happening currently.
Based in Vermont, Lil Ringey what we would dare to describe as a promising multi-genre artist.
The first reason why we like LIL RENGEY is for its eclectism and the mix of genres: Hip Hop, Trap, and Rock, to give an explosive result and a punky vibe. And let us tell you, that it has BALLS. Also, we felt comfortable in the dark, melancholic atmosphere.
In an era where Hip- hop, and music, in general, creates clones, we were totally thrilled to discover “HE4DSH0T !” by Lil Ringey who unveiled about a super goofy fun one about the call of duty warzone. The production is epic, the lyrical content is powerful, the track is simply a bomb.
The moody vibe makes you want to lay all day under the sun, chilling and dreaming. Dama succeeded brilliantly to create contagious tracks that you need to experiment as soon as possible:
Tracks like “I don’t wanna go on” and “I Thought You Knew Me“ are marked by a powerful emo-rap vibe. It reminds us of artists like Lil Peep (RIP).
Lil Ringey’s talent and we are pretty sure that he will offer more musical surprises in the future.
We invite you to discover his music right now and to discover our conversation with him below:
1. Can you please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?
My real name is Will Ringey and I go by the stage name Lil Ringey as a play on my real name because when I started this project and made my first songs I was just playing around and having fun. Not long after I realized how much I enjoyed it and began to take the project more seriously.
2. Where are you from and Where are you based?
I’m from Vermont and that’s where I’m still currently based out of, with plans to be moving to the west coast somewhere within the next 2 years
3.At What age did you start making music?
music has always been a huge part of my life but I started making music at 13 when I started playing guitar and learning metal vocals for my first band.
4. What genre would you consider yourself?
I don’t like to confine myself to a genre, I’m basically whatever anyone feels like I am. I like to try and make different types of music to keep a very wide catalogue for 2 reasons. because I enjoy doing and also because I like to think my music has a little something for everyone. I also play in a metal band I started about 4 years ago and we have a ton of new crazy music on the way and just put out our first music video a few months ago.
5. Tell us about your latest track or Video ( what is it all about)–Please explain the concept or message.
My latest song just came out and it’s called “HE4DSH0T !” and it’s featuring my good friend shyfox and produced by curtains. that song was just a super goofy fun one about the call of duty warzone. but a few weeks ago I released a song called “I don’t wanna go on” and that song is about not understanding why I’m addicted to my own pain and how it seems as though I put myself in bad situations, even if I realize it might end up being that way. I also made a music video for that song and that was my first ever music video and it was edited by ancrnotokay. really proud of that piece of work.
6.If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with?
There are so many artists I would love to play with it’s hard to name them all. for my metal project, I would love to be able to play with Emmure, Vein, Blessthefall, and many others. With my Lil Ringey project, I really hope to be able to play with Drippin So Pretty, Lil Lotus and this definitely some of my friends that just don’t live near me at all
7. Where can fans find you? List all your social media links
anyone interested to find me can find me on Facebook though I’m not very active there at:
Music links to Youtube, iTunes, Spotify, and my beat store can be found all in this link here: