Breeding Ground Spotlight: Cardiact

There seems to be a lot of talk within industry circles about North Carolina based Rapper Terry "Cardiact" Godwin. He is quickly making a name for himself in the world of Hip Hop. This rap renegade has performed all over the world and has collaborated with the likes of Bobby Creekwater and Reggae artist Palance. Cardiact has gained the respect and the backing of such influential music industry vets as Grammy winner Rockwilder and he's performed with the likes of heavy hitters such as T-Pain.

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO:" PUT YOUR HANDS UP" What's good Cardiact? You've worked with some very reputable people in the game. What do you feel sets You Apart From Other Aspiring Rappers?

Cardiact: I'm Cardiact. I know who I am and what I want. I'm not trying to fit into a slot; I'm making my own slot. I'm unique in my own style and unmatchable in my own lane. In my eyes there is only one aspiring artist and that hunger continues to set me apart from any other artist major or aspiring. When Did you 1st discover Hip Hop

Cardiact: At the age of eleven I discovered that Hip Hop was part of my soul. It became away for me to express pinned up emotions. Hip Hop is therapeutic. By the age of13 I truly realized that I had skills as an MC and that I could use my words and lyrics to influence people. I pen my music to be exciting, vibrant and dynamic. My stories are often times violent and dark as well as poignant and inspirational. My music is the story of my life. Which Artists Have Inspired You?

Cardiact: I've been inspired by Biggie, 2 Pac, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Jay Z, and of course Eminem. What Project are you currently pushing?

Cardiact: I'm currently pushing my singles "Put Your Hands Up" and "When The Music Stops." Also I'm working on a new exciting series called Unsigned Cyphers presented by Clark Music Group. Who Does Your Production?

Cardiact: I have worked with many producers. But lately I've worked with RockWilder, the Smith Bros, Sinima and right now I am working with two crazy sick producers out of N.C. who go by the name Nubreedz and Perfect Harmony. What Is Your Lp Going To Be Like?

Cardiact: It's going to be a masterpiece. It’s going to have a lot of southern feel to it while still having a Northern vibe to it as well. I've got different producers from both regions (North and South) who will, and have made a big impact on how the album will affect the listener in different ways. It’s going to be an incredible LP from beginning to end. It will be one of those albums that you do not want to miss. How can people get in touch with you?

Cardiact: Check me out:, Any Final Words For The People.

Cardiact: Shout out to The Clark Music Group and my fans. Look out for more on me and my music in the future.