Sunday, May 15, 2022

Flow4Thought (@flow4thought) - "Toxic"

Flow4Thought born as Dezmonde Thomas developed his stage name and presence within the music scene. As the New Jersey native stepped into his new shoes as an artist, he embodied his new alias, Flow4thought. He describes the meaning behind the name “F.L.O.W." is an acronym that stands for, ‘For Love of Writing’. 


"I added 4 thought because I love to allow my listeners to apply their interpretation to my poems and verses.” Following the introductory phase of his music career, Flow4thought initially used 'MySpace' to engage with listeners and release music. In 2017, the talented rapper unveiled an EP titled 'Soul Food & Eye Candy' on all DSPs which captured the attention of new supporters. The release of the new project was an eyeopener for Flow4thought as it revealed the business aspect of music. 


He expressed, “I realized recording music was the easy part. The business aspect of what goes into making a hit record is ten times more tedious than recording it.” With his keen ear and ability to adapt to change within the industry, Flow4Thought has maintained imperative relationships and the attention of his fans. He understands the importance of networking and investing in himself and plans to continue to climb the ladder within the entertainment industry. Flow4Thought has been working diligently to create timeless music for the world to hear. 


The 2022 year will undoubtedly be a big year for the young artist as he prepares to unleash consistent content and bless many stages. While in the studio, Flow4thought focuses on the messages within his songs. Although he understands the importance of a catchy hook and dynamic wordplay, he remains authentic, setting him apart from other artists. He stated, “Music can shape the environment it’s being listened to in. That’s why I find it so important to focus on the messages within my craft.” When asked what advice he has for other independent artists, Flow4thought expressed, “From personal experience, I have learned that patience is a virtue. As much as you want things to happen overnight, it’s almost always never the case. 


A slow grind is better than no grind in the sense of bringing your passion and career to life.”

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