Give us your bio: Calvitron is a progressive rapper from Herriman, UT, with an aptitude of love and to help others in his music, Influenced by all kinds of hip hop, and with a story behind every album. Calvitron started in 2014. He released his single Rawness, in October 2015, which became a big meme for his career because of how awful it was. He then released his first album “Hip Hop: The Intelligence Movement Ep” May 16, 2016. He has also started his own label called My Homies Entertainment, with artists Sakari, The Homies (a music group he created to), and Ninja 2.0 on it. He later released “Hip Hop: The Intelligence Movement Lp” On May 16, 2017. A little while after that he released a Meme remix mixtape of all of his previous songs called “Hey Man, Smell My Finger”
Who are your top 5 influences? I don’t know if I can limit it down to five, since I listen to so much music. I listen to really almost every style of hip hop. From Tupac to Ski Mask the Slump God to The Gorillaz to joji to Lil Uzi Vert to Kendrick Lamar to Gary Vee audiobooks and anything else In-between. I even made a song called Gary Vee to if y’all wanna go check it out.
When are your new projects coming out? I can’t disclose that information right now, but follow me on my social media to be notified when I do release that information. My Instagram is @da_calvitron, my Twitter is
@TheCalvitron, and my Facebook is @DaCalvitron.
What helped you get into music? I’d say it was multiple things that I happened to be interested in and good at combining together into the person I was meant to be. From learning the piano when I was young and having a fascination of how music worked and how to make my own music, to being able to be artistic in any form of art I went in, to me getting into rap music in early high school – late junior high.
What is one thing you would tell your fans? Sit Tight and Good Night What are your biggest goals for 2018? To give as much value to my fans as possible, and to rock 2018.