added: 24 Sep 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
"We make positive music, and positivity carries," said Jordan when asked why their music seems to span generations. "There's no negativity with us we just want people to smile. [Skip to 5:15 on the interview below]".
Speaking exclusively to Music-News.com Jordan continued, "We stepped outside a few constraints which I think happens sometimes between genres, when you're looking to enter into a world sometimes there's these real expectations, which you get in certain scenes..... but we like loads of music and the scene in Brighton was so small it was virtually just us doing what we were doing. So we didn't really care."
"A lot of people say we didn't like rap before we heard you, but funnily enough we also get people who like rap saying - I don't think you're rap. So we're rap for people who don't like rap, but not rap for people who like it."
Music-News.com caught up with Jordan and Harley for an exclusive chat at the HP Connected Music platform launch. Check out the full uncut interview below.
The exclusive Rizzle Kicks gig celebrates the new HP Connected Music platform, bringing music lovers a new way to enjoy some of the world's most popular music artists.
HP hosted the exclusive gig with Rizzle Kicks as part of its collaboration with Universal Music Group, the world's leading music company. The event was held on 12 September at LSO St Luke's in London was the third exclusive UK gig to celebrate HP Connected Music, a platform which brings music lovers a new way to enjoy some of the world's most popular music artists.
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