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Lucius Soze: The PGH Artist who opened for Logic, G-Eazy, and Hoodie Allen
Written by:
Emily Plazek

If you’re watching the hip hop scene in Pittsburgh, this is a man you want to start following. Lucius Soze has been on MIC’s radar for years, and we’re seriously excited to finally welcome him to the MVMT!

Read his unique indie music story, then listen to him yourself and get ready to follow him.

Tell us about yourself!

My name is Lucius Soze and I am a hip hop artist born and raised in Pittsburgh. I attended the University of Pittsburgh as a Finance Major. I am also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. I have opened up for Logic, G-Eazy, Big KRIT, Ace Hood and Hoodie Allen.

What do you love most about your indie music career?

I love being able to write songs and create music that I would want to hear. I also love being part of the music video process and creating unique ideas for them. And naturally the greatest adrenaline rush comes from performing in front of a cheering crowd.

What are some of your struggles as an indie musician, and how do you hope the IMBM can help you?

I struggle with marketing myself. I’m not the best self-promoter. I also lack knowledge of the industry in general as well as knowing whom to contact as far as A&R’s and record labels. I hope IMBM can just guide me in my future music endeavors and put me on a bigger platform in general.

Any advice for up-and-comers who want to do what you do?

My advice to up and comers is to start sounding as professional as possible from the start. I would say to never try and be something you’re not. And network as much as possible and become close with DJs, producers, videographers and photographers etc.

What is your indie music/creative career’s Definition of Success, in spirit of the IMBM?

My definition of success is to make a living off of music as well as helping others make their dreams come true.

Now go listen!

Website – www.LifeofLucius.com

Youtube – www.youtube.com/luciusmusic412

Soundcloud – www.soundcloud.com/lucius412

Twitter – www.twitter.com/lucius412

Instagram – www.instagram.com/lucius412

Facebook – www.facebook.com/lucius412

Lucius Soze: The PGH Artist who opened for Logic, G-Eazy, and Hoodie Allen
Lucius Soze: The PGH Artist who opened for Logic, G-Eazy, and Hoodie Allen
MIC is my baby.

If you’re watching the hip hop scene in Pittsburgh, this is a man you want to start following. Lucius Soze has been on MIC’s radar for years, and we’re seriously excited to finally welcome him to the MVMT!

Read his unique indie music story, then listen to him yourself and get ready to follow him.

Tell us about yourself!

My name is Lucius Soze and I am a hip hop artist born and raised in Pittsburgh. I attended the University of Pittsburgh as a Finance Major. I am also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. I have opened up for Logic, G-Eazy, Big KRIT, Ace Hood and Hoodie Allen.

What do you love most about your indie music career?

I love being able to write songs and create music that I would want to hear. I also love being part of the music video process and creating unique ideas for them. And naturally the greatest adrenaline rush comes from performing in front of a cheering crowd.

What are some of your struggles as an indie musician, and how do you hope the IMBM can help you?

I struggle with marketing myself. I’m not the best self-promoter. I also lack knowledge of the industry in general as well as knowing whom to contact as far as A&R’s and record labels. I hope IMBM can just guide me in my future music endeavors and put me on a bigger platform in general.

Any advice for up-and-comers who want to do what you do?

My advice to up and comers is to start sounding as professional as possible from the start. I would say to never try and be something you’re not. And network as much as possible and become close with DJs, producers, videographers and photographers etc.

What is your indie music/creative career’s Definition of Success, in spirit of the IMBM?

My definition of success is to make a living off of music as well as helping others make their dreams come true.

Now go listen!

Website – www.LifeofLucius.com

Youtube – www.youtube.com/luciusmusic412

Soundcloud – www.soundcloud.com/lucius412

Twitter – www.twitter.com/lucius412

Instagram – www.instagram.com/lucius412

Facebook – www.facebook.com/lucius412

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