Hip Hop Artist on the Rise: Haitian Urban Rapper Citizen Schraider

Citizen Schraider

New York City, Jul 4, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Haiti has given us a lot of musical talent, especially in the Hip Hop genre. And yes, a new artist is growing and his name is Schraider Romalli Michel, artistically known as Citizen Schraider.

At only the age of 24, Citizen Schraider has achieved what many others dream of. For example, seeing his music Video "24 Ba" for the first time on YouTube was Amazing to him.

Citizen Schraider is a product of the social media age. He can't remember the era when artists needed interviews, full albums, and radio stations promo to make it big. All Citizen Schraider needs to do is upload a clip of his newest song to his Instagram account and it pops off organically. But he takes nothing for granted. He's got his feet on the ground, and that's a remarkable asset for somebody his age. "Yes, social media is everything, I made myself known there, but there is something important that can not be forgotten: not everyone has social media, there is an audience that does not have access to this and it is also important to be on television and radio stations," he says, showing what a level head he has.

For now, Citizen Schraider has no plans to release an album. He'll continue dropping singles and features. Although he thinks that having an LP to his name is still important. "Albums are a vital part of the essence and culture of music.

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