[Interview] Sene: Drawing The Line
There’s a famous saying in Hip Hop, “it ain’t where ya from, it’s where ya at.” For Sene, a native New Yorker from the borough of Brooklyn, making music and living in L.A. was beginning to takes it toll. “After my fifth year in Cali I was really anxious to come back east. I had family members in poor health. Plus I kind of felt like my actions were speaking louder than words. If I were staying in Cali for that long a period, then it was home.”
Seeking a creative re-juicing and looking to enforce the dominance of east coast Hip Hop, Sene returned to New York City for his new album, Brooklyknight. He calls this new LP a defining one for his music and career. “If you can’t relate to the undertones of this album we probably can’t be friends,” he says about Brooklyknight. “This album is pure honesty and if you can’t relate to that, it more so says something about you, than me. This record is the line.”
In this new interview, Sene explains the purpose and meaning of brooklynite, his return home, and much more. Check it out.