Tell us whether you are in love with old school vibe or the new school vibe.
I’m actually in love with both, depending on what you mean by new school vibe. I love boombap beats, 9th Wonder, J.Dilla. But I also love the more modern hip hop beats, heavy sampling, trap, etc. There’s a place for both.

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Tell us your position on “DIY” Do It Yourself” and signing to a major label.
It’s difficult. You got to be diligent and confident in your abilities and whatever team you have supporting you. You can’t get discouraged when you are doing things on your own. Trust yourself and the people who believe in you and keep going. Signing to a label is obviously a huge step in terms of distribution and notoriety, but the ball is kind of out of your court once you sign. You rarely get to do things completely on your own terms and that’s important, or should be important to you.

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Tell us how you feel when you hear your song on the radio.
I’ve never had a song on the radio. If I did, it would feel awesome. I don’t really have affection for most common radio stations but other stations that are on Sirius radio and things like that are cool.

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Tell us the concept and story behind your new song.
I just wanted to make a funky tune. The whole song is just groovy and kind of feel good, reminds me of just dull pink pleasant colors for some reasons.

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Tell us how you come up with the melody of the song and the lyrics.
It usually comes based off the beat or whatever vibe I’m getting when I hear a beat. Lyrics also just come from whatever I’m thinking about or sometimes it’s just straight up bars. A lot of times I just get an urge to write, as if I have a bunch of lyrics cooked up and I need to release them.

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Tell us your greatest artist of all time.
Right now, still, it got to be Lil’ Wayne. If you were an adolescent during 2000-2010, you know that Weezy is the one.

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Send a message to your fans.
I’m happy and appreciative of anyone who messes with my music, or just presses play. I make music for many reasons, and one of them is to give people something relatable, even if minor. Thanks for giving me the chance to do so.
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Tell us what you know about music promotion.
I don’t really know. I just publicize where I can publicize it and send links out to my friends and ask them to publicize it lol. Other than that, my best friend/manager handles promotion.
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Tell us your first experience in recording your first song.
I’m pretty sure I was in high school with some good friends; Me, my homie James Jackson, my homie/manager John Schramm, and my homie RJ. We were at Schramm’s house and he had a Blue Snowball mic I’m pretty sure and he recorded us using Audacity.

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Tell us about challenges you have overcome in life.
​I guess just making it to where I am today was a challenge. Biggest challenge I ever faced was studying for and taking the Florida Bar Exam this past summer. Nothing else in terms of determination, hard work, or struggle comes close. Never grinded that hard in my life.​


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