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JD Cliffe

JD Cliffe

An Interview with JD Cliffe

North London artist JD Cliffe is slowly becoming a household name within the music industry. With support from the likes of Spotify and Complex UK, he is most certainly on his way up.

His background, origin and journey to the person he is today

JD Cliffe resides from humble beginnings in Hatfield, UK. It was from there at the age of 13 he found a passion for rapping, with the following 2 years seeing growth to his musical incline. Cliffe’s background holds profound significance to his artistic blueprint, with his Nigerian roots influencing his production style and cadence.

Cliffe allowed his life experiences both negative and positive, to shape him. Never shying away from the rawness of his experiences, to which serve as motivation for him moving forward.

Image of JD Cliffe

What attracted him to music

Music for JD came naturally. Unforced love. In his early teens, he and his brother would go back and fourth reeling out freestyles on the way to school. Early signs of fuelled energy towards the rapping sport. which undoubtedly shows his raw natural talents.

Music for JD came naturally. Unforced love. In his early teens, he and his brother would go back and fourth reeling out freestyles on the way to school. Early signs of fuelled energy towards the rapping sport. which undoubtedly shows his raw natural talents.

There is just no one artist nor role model who serves as direct inspiration for Cliffe. Instead, he pulls inspiration from any art and artist alike, who / which scream freedom and hold an unapologetic approach to being self-driven and unscripted.

This allows his musical ability to take on various forms.

Image of JD Cliffe (right) and Kai-A (left) from their perfomance on the Colors Studio Show

When asked, “How do you want to be remembered”?

JD Cliffe replied:

“As someone who made songs which you can repeat and really connect too.”

We also asked what he thinks of Saint Aaspire and whether it is a brand that can last in the market.

His answer:

“I think so, the designs look cold and fashionable...I think this year Aaspire can really make some noise”

 

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