I always tell this story about how I first got turned on to Sene’s music, so I guess I will talk about that here as well. It’s not a long, long story, but it’s just with his incredible track “Exit.Us.” The track is incredible, and ever since that time I have been following his music from his collaborative track with Co$$ and Aloe Blacc, to his solo project Brooklynknight.
With that being said, my BFF Ms. Special got the chance to speak with the Brooklyn based emcee Sene in this pretty cool interview. In the interview she speaks with him about his stance on collaborative tracks, the confusion Sene experienced with being a New York raised artist living in Los Angeles for five years and then moving back to New York. He also speaks about a collective effort from himself, Soul Khan, YC The Cynic, and ScienZe.
If you have not yet, make sure to purchase Sene’s Brooklynknight, here, it’s a dope project I promise.