Discuss in detail the story behind your music video.

I decided to film the video in Denver, CO which in my opinion is Mini LA, since the song was written and recorded there.

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State the name of the locations in your music video.
Entire video was filmed in a rented AirBnb in Downtown Denver, CO.

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List the members of the crew that assisted you with the shooting of this video and use this opportunity to thank them.
J Angel Visuals, Jontue aka “Drone Mafia” and THC Girls.

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Explain clearly your emotional state while shooting the music video.
I wanted to be happy/ energetic and full of life.

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Explain in details the A-Z of this song.
Fun/ Fast Paced Happy clean/ Radio Ready Club Song, has all the makings of a 1 hit wonder, late 90’s, early 00’s inspired.

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Discuss your music career so far.
I’ve been rapping my entire life, since a child. I started recording a decade ago. I graduated from Music School etc. I’m a professional Recording Artist.

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List your social networks and stores for the purchase of your songs.

Instagram

BugzSiegel

 

Twitter

ItzYaBoyBugZ

 

Facebook

 

SoundCloud

 

ReverbNation
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Tell us if you aspire to go into acting in the future.

Yes I was doing extra casting in LA.

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Tell us your gains and losses in the music business.
I’ve gained a lot of knowledge, experience and respect. I’ve lost a lot of money/ friends to get there.

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List the media that have supported you so far with this song.
WorldStar, Zevo TV, The Thizzler on the Roof, Elevator Mag, I Am Hip Hop, 24k Mixtapes etc…

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Tell us how you manage your time.
I spend every minute around the clock pushing my music, currently 4:01am mountain time.

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Tell us how you are able to actualize success in your music career.
I will feel successful once I have1 million views AT LEAST on visual project and 100k followers AT LEAST.

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Tell us if you an independent artist or you are signed to a label and tell us how you run your music career.
I’m an indie artist; I invested every dime into production, now focused on advertising/marketing.

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Tell us the individuals that are responsible for the writing, production, recording, directing, choreography, promotion and marketing of this project.
I’m responsible for everything, from writing, to paying for studio time/ mastering. To choosing director, booking filming locations, props, models, vehicles etc. It’s a lot of work and I lose many nights sleep in anticipation of filming/ receiving edit.

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Tell us the instruments put together for the song.
This instrumental was purchased from producer Robin Wesley.

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Tell us your point of view on rape and sexual harassment, and how it can be eradicated.
Yeah I’m totally against disrespect of women. My mother and grandmother raised me.

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Tell us your experience recording in the studio and shooting the music video.
It was recorded at Mix Recording Studio Downtown Los Angeles and filmed in Downtown Denver, Colorado. Both times were amazing. I knew from the start that this would be my HIT RECORD!

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Tell us what makes you happy and sad about this project.

I’m happy it’s finished/ I’m sad I’m in need of such great capital investment to be able to promote/ push it properly.

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Tell us the reason you decided to shoot a video for this song.
Because in my opinion these days it’s all about the single, similar to the 90s, have to have complete package, beat, song and video!

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Tell us the secret of success.
Consistency/ Persistency and Discipline.

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Tell us how you become a musician.
I have been into music entire life. My mother worked in nightclubs when I was a kid. Brought me to work with her where the DJ would give me custom made mix cassette tapes. I went to group homes as child and as punishment had to sit in hallway from wake up till sleep. All I had was pencil and paper. So I began writing lyrics and never stopped. My earliest music sounded very similar to the Slim Shady LP “99” Eminem.

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Tell us the advice you will give to a new artist planning to shoot a music video.
You get what you pay for and proper preparation prevents poor performance.

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Tell us the estimate for the production of a commercial music video based on your experience.
I spent roughly 5000 or better on visuals alone, before any marketing or promotion.

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