Sam Turpin is a musician who mostly makes hip-hop music, but not the hip-hop music you’re used to. Sam makes music out of left field that’s inspired by the greats but doesn’t copy them. In this episode, we get into what it's like growing up in a creative household and how Sam found his purpose in music after the loss of his mom. Sam is a deep cat so the conversation gets pretty real at times. We also get into the importance of broadening your skillset to make your art the best it can be and how not blowing up too soon can be a good thing.
Listen to Sam on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2MtG854GUzPy5GtJoXkzB3
Follow him on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamsamturpin/
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