3300+ Climbing Blog
Written by Rita Santos.
We at 3300+ Climbing are stocked to announce that we will be working with a new Artist, Loe Vale, starting this month!
Born and raised in New York, Loe Vale aka “The Rapping Barber” is a 29 year old hip-hop artist who has a very interesting background.
Raised by his single mom and with two siblings, Louis started working at only the age of 12 to help bringing some income to the household. During this time period he started writing and developing his passion for music, but never thought he would do it professionally. At the age of 18 he finally decided that music was the path he was chosen to walk and decided to record his first track, there and then started the career for "Loe", which means king in Maori "Vale", which are the first four letters of his last name.
Years later with big dreams and an incredible inner strength he hopped on his bike, moved to Florida and started new life by opening his own business. In order to dedicate himself 100% to this new stage of this life Loe had to step away from his passion for music for two years. Now at the age of 29 years old Loe owns his own barbershop called "Morden Man" and is back on his musical career with full strength!
Loe has a different vision for the music world. He wants to share a deeper message with his audience and connect through real feelings and clean lyrics. In a talk with us he stated that his purpose is to help others by sharing his own story, through music. Unsatisfied by the "new sound" that millennial rappers are trying to achieve and inspired by the vibe of icons like Nas, Roc Kim, Jay-Z, Biggie and TI, Loe decided to focus on a more organic, 90's sound for his music.
This artist is not only a musician and barber but also works creatively with clay, drawing, sketching and much more! In addition to this he does all the writing for his songs and directed his own music videos that you can check on his Youtube!
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This is a blog following the students' work at 3300+ Climbing.