Lil’ C. Corleone, a hip-hop and rap artist from Smithfield, North Carolina, has been making music for the past 20 years. With an extensive background in music, he raps, sings, writes his own material, and even edits his own videos. His first official release was the mixtape “Work In Progress” and he cites Eminem, 50 Cent, Drake, J. Cole, and T-Pain as his main inspirations.
Lil’ C. Corleone is signed to his own label, Bad Dawg Productions, and has a distribution deal with AWAL. He is open to any opportunity that presents itself as long as the terms are good. His biggest supporters include his girlfriend, family, and friends who have been with him throughout his journey in the music industry.
The artist writes 100% of his own material and creates most of his music video concepts, sometimes drawing inspiration from movies or ideas from trusted sources. His favorite genre of music to listen to varies depending on his mood, but he considers himself a hip-hop head at heart.
Currently, Lil’ C. Corleone is working on a new single called “In The Bag” that is set to drop in a few weeks and is also working on consistently releasing new content throughout the year. His latest release, “Alchemy”, has been doing well and he plans to drop another single on March 9th.
Toronto is one place he dreams of traveling to perform and he sees himself on tour with Drake in the future. The biggest crowd he has performed for was probably around 100-200 people. His music is produced by Clientel Rockzwell, who also mixes and masters his music, with some beats bought from online producers.
In five years, Lil’ C. Corleone sees himself on tour with platinum records, successful, and wealthy. With his extensive background in music, his passion for hip-hop and rap, and his drive to succeed, it’s clear that he has the potential to reach great heights in the music industry.