Label: Digital Kärlek
Post-bubblegum trap with an extra layer
Bobby Blaque, born Andrés Camillo Lindholm, was adopted from his homeland of Colombia at the age of three, and raised as Karl Lindholm in Luleå, Sweden. Experiencing the identity crisis that a lot of trans-racially adopted children do, Andrés left Luleå shortly after high-school, heading straight for Stockholm. After years of trying to discover who he is, he found himself in a position he didn’t like. On a whim based on recommendations from a friend, he moved to Gothenburg and eventually started to dabble with music as a form of expression.
But where he lacks in experience, he makes up for in talent and vision. With a dedication to his craft that supersedes most artists he’s in a mere two years made himself into a fluent performer, opting for his own approach to the autotune-based sound of artists such as Lil Uzi Vert or Lil Yachty.
With identity at the core of his penmanship, he covers topics from broken hearts to drug use and has a weird hard-on for movie references.