Interview by Tim Brown
1-When and why did you start doing music?
I’ve always had a passion for rapping ever since I was in elementary school. I use to write songs and rap them to my family and when I became an adult, I used to post Videos on social media of myself Freestyling over mainstream artists instrumentals and my followers motivated me to go to a studio to record a song and that’s when I recorded my first song in 2016
2-Which famous musicians do you admire? Why?
I admire Missy Elliot and Beyoncé because they have always put out great music and their performances and music videos were so different, entertaining, sexy and they have their own style when it comes to their visuals. They are very influential in the music industry and they’ve inspired me to be different and work hard to make a big historical impact in the music industry.
3-Were you influenced by old records & tapes? Which ones?
Lil Wayne – The Carter (all of them) Missy Elliot- Supa Dupa Fly, Destiny’s Child- Writings on the wall
4-Who are your favorite musicians? Groups? CD’s?
Joyner Lucas, Eminem, Meek Mill, Missy Elliot, Beyoncé, Kevin Gates, Drake
5-Have you been in competitions? Any prizes?
Yes, I have been in talent shows and show cases where I won Best Performance Awards
6-Do you perform in public? Describe those occasions? Concerts, radio, TV?
Yes, I have performed at concerts in Clubs in front of a couple hundred all the way up to 2 thousand people
7-What makes this kind of music “good” to you?
The message that’s being portrayed, especially if it’s an empowering and relatable message in the lyrics and having a great sounding production to go with it.
8-Why did you choose this kind of music?
I didn’t choose rap, rap chose me. God chose to bless me with the talent to rap.
9-Let’s Talk about your music and your last work…
My music is my soul. Everything I rap about, I write it with passion. Everything I been through and how I feel about certain situations I express them through my songs and my studio sessions are like therapy sessions. My previous single “I Shut It Down” was released on March 1st, 2018 and it’s a very hype self assertive type of song. Most of my music you will hear me sounding real cocky and confident because when it comes to rapping, I’m nothing to play with.
10-How do you feel about the internet in the music business?
The internet took the music business to a whole new level of marketing, promotion and networking. Everything is digital.
11-What are the plans for the future?
To live a life as one of the biggest and richest music influencers by changing people lives all over the world and to have an impact so enormous that it’ll carry on to upcoming generations!
12-How has your music evolved since you first began rapping?
I evolved in my rap content. The things I write about now either tell a story or people can relate to what I write about in my lyrics.
13-Could you briefly describe the music-making process?
It’s not easy at all because I get writer’s block a lot, but I constantly listen to other artists music and I sometimes read and scroll on social media and watch the news to keep up with what’s going on in the world. It gives me topics on what to write about and I can rap on any beat. I can switch my flow up as well. I’m big on conjuring up bars so when I write, I don’t just put 2 rhyming words together. I actually put a lot of thought into my lyrics and I’m a perfectionist when I’m writing. If I don’t like my lyrics, I’ll re-do them until I feel like I’ve outdone myself. I’m still growing as an artist and with every song I drop, it’s going to sound better and better.
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