The Kid LAROI closes the F*ck Love' chapter with the visual for 'Still Chose You' featuring Mustard and directed by Arrad. The Kid LAROI has decided to take some time away from everything now and focus on the next project, his debut album.
I'm going to miss you all beyond words can describe, but I do believe that this is what I need to do, to give you all the best music possible. I'll be back soon, I promise. I Love You LOROI
'Just five years ago, Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard was using his mom’s iPhone back home in Australia to record verses, which he would post onto SoundCloud and Facebook. Today, Howard has over 60 million loyal listeners on Spotify—more than BTS or Kanye West—the most popular song in the world, and a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist.' excerpt Read the full GQ Article written by Willa Bennett.
'He first knew he had made it when, two years ago, he received a surprise Instagram DM. The message was from Justin Bieber. “He said, ‘You got the sauce,’” says Howard, better known as the Kid Laroi, scrolling through his phone to show me the exchange. He pulled his stage name from the Kamilaroi people: His mother is of Indigenous descent. At 14, he was crowned one of the country’s best high school artists on a competition show called Unearthed High. A record deal followed, which put him in a position to catch the attention of a certain Canadian megastar. A magical hang with Charlie Puth, a mysterious Internet leak and a Bieber co-sign helped propel “Stay” to number one everywhere.' excerpt Read the full GQ Article written by Willa Bennett.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, He said, “I don’t give a fuck about what something sounds like. I don’t really go to the studio and be like, ‘OK, I’m going to make this type of sound today,’. “I just make whatever feels natural. Music’s not one thing anymore. What we now know as popular music is a fucking mash of all different shit. It’s rock influence, hip-hop influence, fucking jazz influence, all different types of influences in this one thing. I feel music’s becoming more and more genreless.”