Share your life story with us.

My name is Good.To.Go and I grew up in Virginia but found my home in Venice Beach, California. I’ve always found the most joy traveling, living out of a car, seeing/discovering and meeting new people. Music and words have always been my constant throughout my life and from festival to festival, concert to concert, I had discovered a way to emcee over a wide array of genres.

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Share your press release.

My body of work and what’s to come can be found at goodtogovibes.com

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List the names of those that have assisted you so far in your music career and use this opportunity to thank them.

I’ve been fortunate and lucky to work with so many talented artists and producers this past year.  It’s been a growing and learning experience with each of them. On this track alone shout outs to Dylan Emmet and BlanQ.

Others who deserve love and mention are: Troy Tryer, Simone, B.Love, Daygo, Kevin Snevely, John Werthmann, Daniel Feels, G.Smith and Dunn. I highly recommend checking out these names and what’s to come from them.

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Narrate your experience while recording in the studio or while touring.

Being in the studio and being on stage are both cathartic but in different ways.

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Go into detail about your songwriting process.

Being in the studio and going through the whole songwriting process is being vulnerable with your producer or cowriter. Even if your already friends or just meeting for the first time to write, sharing personal lyrics or a whole life event, (which some of your closer friends might not even know), can be nerve racking.  As an emcee, it starts with a beat and then from that beat, I’ve always let that channel my thoughts. It could be a freestyle that comes naturally or lyrics I’ve had in the memory banks for a while. From the freestyles the song develops. Along with the producer and/or writer we pick the favorite flows and find a hook. Each person bounces ideas back and forth and with that evolution a song is created. A lot of times it’s rapid fire, but sometimes you let the track rest and come back in a week ‘late night’ after some drinks and pick up again. Not only is the process such a release but it’s pure fun and when the whole room of however many people are bumping that track when it’s finished….it’s simply the best.

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Discuss your performance.

Being on stage is pure freedom. The beats, a drummer, and  being on a microphone…..the combination of performing, jamming, freestyling and the crowd vibing with, is instant gratification. You’re put to the test and only have a few moments to catch that attention and win them over. It’s a release but also a personal competition to myself to connect and hopefully reach out to a listener with a personal song.

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Brief us on what you have on the way for your fans out there.

This year of 2018 already has 2 new EPs in the works and finally new music videos. I’m excited to have some newer music to share and get out there. Last year was a year in the shadows working and rethinking how to write and create. The fine-tuning of how to better try to write a song that actually could help someone.

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Tell us what you are doing to increase your fan base.

I am trying to expand by finally putting the music out there and performing again. I wanted to say thank you to you all (Broadtube Music) for wanting to share this song and my story.  Got to start acting like I do when I’m on stage, and let no fear stop me from sharing on the internet.

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Tell us the best way to get in touch with you on social media.

Earlier I shared my main website but social media wise I’m super active on IG.

Good.to.go is my handle and there I share my love for photography, life and music.

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Tell us the subject matter of most of your songs.

It’s hard to say one thing I constantly write about. My lyrics and storytelling is all inspired by real life events. I will say there is a constant theme of introspection and rising above your own darkness.  A dream is to have a fan one day, say my song helped them like so many songs have helped me in the past. With that said, hip-hop is also about fun and living it up, which sits more with this track. This is a fun pump up song combining two of my favorite genres punk and hip-hop. This one is about the time I trimmed weed up in a season. It’s just a super fun track referencing the lifestyle and celebrating it. No rent life, no tax life. It’s a real lifestyle and an inspiring one too. Waking up every day in a beautiful place, to hang out, trim, write, read, hike, etc.

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Tell us what you think about digital distribution and streaming.

I’m just learning more about digital distribution and releasing my personal music via the web. So hopefully soon I can give a real opinion on all that.

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Describe your best mood to write a song.

I don’t know if there’s a best mood to write a song….but I do know writing a song puts me in the best mood.


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