Tell us about yourself. 

I’m a 25 year old Rapper/Lyricist from Memphis, TN chasing my dream, staying positive and showing my work ethic.

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Tell us about yourself as an artist. 

I make lyricism, being witty and being introspective in my music a priority but as an artist today if you want to accomplish bigger goals you have to be a great songwriter and I take pride in writing great all around songs also.

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Tell us about the genre of your music.

I do Rap/Hip-Hop. My style varies I definitely stay up to date with modern beats but as a young dude who loves Old School Hip Hop, I love Soulful/Boom Bap beats as well.

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Tell us about the story behind your song. 

Man I remember the moment writing this song going through a bad break up and having not been in the studio for months I just felt a urgency to be creative and express myself, although this song doesn’t reference that break up it was a great release because I wasn’t overthinking I was just letting thoughts and creatively flow.

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Tell us about the problems you are facing as a musician. 

As a musician the problems I face is just getting my music out to new people outside of family and friends (who’ll say they like your music just to be nice), but my goal is to build true dedicated and engaged fans. I appreciate you guys for giving the opportunity to do that.

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Tell us about the recording and production of the song. 

At this time in my life I wasn’t in the best financial spot so I only could afford an hour so I spent countless hours practicing and perfecting the song like my life depended on it. In the studio I felt a sense of urgency but the recording process came out smooth, shout out to Dorothy at Barron Studios in Houston, TX she was my engineer and she did a dope job in that session.

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List the names of blogs, radio or TV stations that have supported you so far.

Broadband Music Channel this far, but I’m just starting to promote my music heavy outside of my circle so hopefully you guys are the first of many.

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Tell us more about your music career, experience and future goals.

I’ve been writing since 13, recording since 18, I have tons of music out there and I’m always working on more. My goal is to be the biggest I can be on my own terms and even though money is nice another goal is to make sure I’m happy and not let money be my driving force behind my decisions.

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Brief us what inspires you to write, compose and sing. 

Lyricists like Nas, J Cole, Kendrick, Jay-Z and Royce Da 5’9 inspire me mostly because I want to be great as them at the skill of rapping, but all type of artists old and new inspire me to challenge myself and get better at every element of being a rapper/songwriter.

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Brief us the top-secret behind making a hit song.

Getting me to write for you lol. But nah seriously in today’s climate I feel like there’s no secret it’s about how it connects with the people, for instance Bobby Shmurda had s song with no chorus it was a hit, Cardi B’ song “Bodak Yellow” and  Lil Pump song “Gucci Gang” are other examples they’re records that people love and connect with.

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Tell the kind of advice you will give to an upcoming artist.

Just keep working hard, perfecting your craft and getting feedback to approve, but it’s important to decipher what you want to do and what works for you from that advice.

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Discuss at length your music careers, albums, songs, tours, recognition or awards you might have obtained.

So far just one EP called “Celestial” . But trust me all those accolades are in my plans.

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Tell us how you write your lyrics, compose, sing and record in the studio.

All my lyrics are written outside the studio so I can focus 100% on the writing process. In the studio that’s a whole different process for me so I zone in on perfecting the song as much as I can. I make sure my vocal tone is on point and I deliver every rhyme as clear as possible so any potential fan hearing the record feels how I felt when I wrote the record.

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Name the artists you are willing to collaborate with. 

Anybody who I personally find dope from rappers, singers (of all genres) and even talented instrumentalists too because you never know what magic can come up when you link up with other people.

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State the links to your social networks and stores for purchase of your songs. 

Facebook

www.facebook.com/dee.walls.5

Twitter
twitter.com/Deewallz901/following

Soundcloud

https://soundcloud.com/deewallz91

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Tell us about your happiest day and saddest day. 

The happiest day would be when my ex told me she was pregnant and it’s crazy because my saddest day was when she told me she lost the baby a week later. But that moment taught me to really value love because anything can be gone at a moment.

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Tell us how you will spend a million dollars.

A solid gold Bugatti and CD player. But with those things being rare to find I’ll probably invest in starting a business and build towards making sure my future family is good for life.

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Tell us about your song.

This song is one of my dopest cuts I’ve recorded thus far I feel it’s a great blend of lyricism and songwriting which is what I’m all about.

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Tell us how you manage other activities with your music career.

Working 6 days a week and finding time to write/record can be challenging but even as hectic as things can be I find time to write/practice at work if I have to and of course I write/practice and I record either Saturday or Sunday. Like they say you make time for the things you love and I find a way.

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Tell us five artists you can regard as legends.

Nas

Jay Z

Lil Wayne

Royce Da 5’9

MF Doom

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Tell us your future plans pertaining music. 

Keep releasing more songs to perfect my craft and connect with more fans, you can expect way more music so definitely follow my Facebook, Twitter and SoundCloud to stay posted for more music.

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Tell us what you think about creativity and originality in music. 

I’m not going to lie I do think originality is a lost art in Hip-Hop and as a matter of fact in all music genres but people and labels want quick results so they follow trends, but on the same token I feel like there are some artists who push boundaries and innovate creatively with songs, mixtapes, albums, and always searching for something new.

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Tell us the major reason you are into music. 

To be honest it’s for self-expression and to have a creative outlet. Whether it’s an introspective song, a song spitting, or just a great record it’s all about being creative. That’s what satisfies me the most and is the major reason I’m into music.

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Tell us your view on old school music and new school music in terms of preference.

My preference is all over the place from Nas, Gucci Mane, Rae Sremmurd, T.I, Big Krit, Migos, J Cole, and many more so my taste varies. But regardless of new or old school I love artists who care about what they say the most.

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Tell us your most memorable day as an artist. 

The day I dropped my EP called “Celestial” it was a pivotal moment for me a on personal level because I always wanted to drop a project and I love the reception I got from it.

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Tell us what you would do for the people if you found yourself in a position of power.

Man that’s a great question, One day I want to be an entrepreneur and I would love to create opportunities for people who need careers and I mean a great career to provide for a family and give on the job training to people who are not skilled in that particular field and hopefully that creates a trickledown effect where kids and grandkids can carry on the next generations on a positive route.

One comment

  • Quentin brown

    December 19, 2017 at 3:47 pm

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