“Loyalty Ova Love,” an album by an unquestionably great new name in the music sector, is a great start to the hip-hop scene. Yamu Law put off the publication of this album to mold the flow of each song and advance his enthusiasm, and eventually, it produced something incredible!
Yamu Law, a Louisiana native and talented rapper, has only recently started to make music, but he has already begun to set the framework for his ascent to prominence. He can increase his reputation and audience now that his album “Loyalty Ova Love” is available. And, people, I have high hopes for this aspiring artist.
What was the most challenging part of creating the “Loyalty Ova Love “album?
The most challenging part of “Loyalty Ova Love” was piecing it together. I wanted my message to be like a telegraph.
When you were going through picking the right beats for the album, was it an instant decision for
Going thru the beat selection was instant cause I knew exactly what I wanted to deliver with
each concept per track.
I see you put a great album together. How many studio sessions it took for you to accomplish this
(5) 4hour sessions and (1) 2hour session.
What would you be doing now if it weren’t for your music career?
If I wasn’t making music now, I would’ve focused more on creating a label to give people opportunities and
impact their lives.
How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
The Internet literally boosts how people get noticed and or seen. Most platforms like TikTok have impacted the
music industry with dances and shorts.
What is your favorite song from the album you like to perform?
1. “When I’m in it” ft 5thwardJp.
2. “Ghost Pepper.”
3. “Wins with Losses.”
I was young, still trying to figure out the world, honestly had to be when I was 16, me and moms had a
falling out, which led to me assaulting an officer. I got locked up in JJC and changed my whole life from a path of aggression.
What is the best music advice you’ve been given?
Keep working and grinding. It will pay off soon enough.
If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
If I could change something in the industry, it would be the process of getting where you wanna be, if that
makes sense, ’cause now, if you don’t have a buzz and you’ve been working extra hard to put yourself in a position, there should be no reason to be overlooked. However, I do understand though.
Which skills have you gained that help you perform effectively as a musician?
Mainly apply more of myself to my content, like it’s okay to show your scars and misfortune cause a lot of
people are already plotting your downfall the moment you start. So showing different cadences and
flow patterns, passion is a different take on how music should be expressed, at least for me.
Who helped you most in your musical journey?
Good family and friends, if I’m honest. More so, family, but you can only be grateful, blessed, and thankful.
Astronomically I don’t rap the same as I did before. However, I have retained a lot of methods and
experiences in my journey.
What accomplishments do you see yourself achieving in the next five to 10 years?
Having my label, driving a scat pack, and expanding my business and brand. Taking my children on more
vacations, see the world, ya know.