In 2016, Radamiz released his debut album, Writeous, which took four years to complete. Radamiz reflects on his first LP as “the one I had to make to prove myself that I did care about music,” he says, adding, “It became like a testament to a kid deciding what he wants his life to be.” It cost him five-figures to make, but fans can hear how meticulous he was in perfecting everything – from the production and sound quality to the album’s messages of spirituality, lost, and triumph.
Two years later, Radamiz is readying the release of his next project. “It’s an overcoming of a lot of past states of mind,” Radamiz says. He wants to hold nothing back in the new space he’s in, speaking on being a 25-year-old whose growing wiser and seeing life pass by. He, along with the Mogul Club, a brotherhood of creatives featuring original members King Critical, Madwiz, and History, will strive to make connections with as many people from around the world as possible with their music.<br>