DICI discusses his new music video “Left to Right” –
For most, the musical journey is a lifetime in the making. But DICI has been catapulted into the public eye within two whirlwind years. He has evolved from an avid music fan, experimenting with Pro Tools in his bedroom, to becoming a global rap phenomenon. So how did he do it? DICI has an impeccable ability to capture the voice of the generation, focusing on themes of love, culture, personal struggles, and triumphs. He masterfully blends powerhouse beats with hypnotic flows to create complex lyrical masterpieces. DICI also has the right entrepreneurial mindset, consistently molding and remolding his image to tailor to what is relevant to the youth. This formula for success is behind his international stardom, garnering millions of streams and views across music platforms and over 100k TikTok followers. To add to his ever-growing discography, DICI is ready for his next hit, “Left to Right,” to take off.
VENTS recently interviewed DICI, which can be read below.
What is it about music that makes you feel passionate?
I just have a love for music it is something that I can literally do all day long and not get bored. I feel it is just so endless. Even though there are only 12 notes I feel like the songs you can make are infinite.
Are there any musicians who inspire you? What qualities do you admire about them?
Some musicians that inspire me are Action Bronson, Maffio, Vaundy, Kenny Beats, Ado, and Post Malone. I admire all their styles because I can look at their music and pick up small things here and there and involve that in my music a little.
What’s the best piece of advice another musician ever gave you?
The best piece of advice I ever got was “keep going”.
Where do you envision “Left to Right” playing? What is the vibe you hope to capture?
I feel like “Left to Right” is a song that could be played at a club/party or when you are chillin and those are the vibes I hope to capture.
What was it like shooting the video for “Left to Right?
The video for “Left to Right” was awesome to shoot. I love classic cars and I feel there is nothing more classic than a Chevelle so it was a great experience to drive around in one as well as have other great cars on set.