Writer and Project Rollout Manager for Dreamer Data, Marcus has been writing for two and a half years. Joining Dreamer Data in late 2019, Marcus has been striving to help give artists a voice through write-ups, interviews, and by assisting them throughout our rollout process. You can see some of his work in the first issue of the Dreamer Data Magazine, where he covered creatives like Griffin Olis and Justin Mensinger. In summer 2020, he also worked alongside Superstar Jig, helping him with the rollout of his album Rainbow Road 2. Not only does Marcus write for Dreamer Data, but AUDIBLWAV as well, where he serves as the Senior Staff Writer. His experience with both of these publications have strengthened his ability to uncover information about a subject and to put together a piece that is polished and worth the read.
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Spotify Artist Bio For Zafro
What is now a career for the 22-year-old Zafro was once just a hobby for the musician. Equipped with a $90 USB mic he picked up music to stay busy during 11th grade. After an almost fatal car crash in which he was four months bedridden, a shift occurred and Zafro knew that he had to pursue music full time. During those months, the Joliet rapper dedicated his time to making music, developing a three year routine of work, sleep, and recording and increasing his proficiency in both rapping and production. Under the name Wayne’s World he sampled real life sounds in songs like “Beautiful Chaos” to create a one-of-a-kind discography. Armed with hypnotic production, Zafro is able to mold his sound how he pleases. He can speed up the tempo with complex drum patterns and kicks on songs like “To The Game” or opt for slow, distorted synths on songs like “SPOKEN,” courting listeners with his mesmerizing, versatile sound. His October 2020 project I’m Not Okay reshaped the sound he debuted four years ago. Songs like “Beautiful Chaos” and “I Don’t Socialize” use distorted drums, synths, and other instruments to flesh out his hypnotic sound. While listening to I’m Not Okay, one can see how far he’s come since tracks like “NEEDS,” with his production being ornate and experimental while still maintaining incredible virtuosity. Zafro is unlike any other active rapper right now, rendering him a necessary listen for anyone infatuated with hip-hop.