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Life & Work with Chillin Chillin

Today we’d like to introduce you to Chillin Chillin.

Alright, so thank you so much for sharing your story and insight with our readers. To kick things off, can you tell us a bit about how you got started?
My mother migrated from Guatemala to Los Angeles, I was born on the 5th of November 1999. We lived there for there for two years. Once I turned two, we moved to Langley Park, MD. Lived there for one year. We officially moved one last time to Baltimore. I’ve been here ever since. I grew up in park heights ave, pretty rough place, I was the only Latino growing up. I didn’t have much friends around the area I lived, there wasn’t kids my age. So I ended up getting in to skateboarding. I skated boarded every day till I finished middle school. Once I got into high school I gave up my dreams of becoming a professional skateboarder.

I started being around bad crowd, started being in a gang, this gang was called “MS13,” started drinking heavily at the age of 15 and smoking heavily since the age of 12. Being around these people I was surround of violence, drugs & negative vibes. But this was the only one place I felt like they were my family. I was actively gang banging for four years. Since the age of 14 till 18. I calmed down that life since 2018 when my firstborn was brought to Thai world. Also when my son was born. I decided to start off my music career. I’ve been making Music ever since. I started off recording off my phone, then I saved up to get my first mic & computer. That’s where I took it to the next level. I record in my house every day for one year from 2019 to 2020. That’s when I met more people in this music industry, they took me to my first every official studio session where I’ve been ever since. I made a lot of my hits the end of 2020 to currently. I have four music videos out on YouTube. My breaking hit was “Eddie Guerrero”. My life is all about music now. I record every weekend & I write music every day. I’m an artist, rapper, influencer and entrepreneur.

I’m sure you wouldn’t say it’s been obstacle free, but so far would you say the journey have been a fairly smooth road?
I’ve been fighting depression and anxiety my whole life. Mental health is a very serious issue in this country.

Appreciate you sharing that. What else should we know about what you do?
I make music, I’ve been making music since 2018. I make trap music specifically. I also make love songs too. I’m very versatile with my music. I can give you raw energy one moment then give you my melodic side. I love performing recording my music videos. I love the reaction to people’s faces when they hear my music. I love when I make people relate to my music. I love anything about music. It’s my life. I’m really known for my Spanish & English rap. I have a very unique style. I combine those languages to create my “Spanglish” trap music.

How do you think about luck?
Well, I’ve been lucky throughout my music career meeting new people and meeting people who see the potential in me.

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