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April 30, 2018by Kolade Olamide0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Confezzed Noize
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ARTIST NAME: Confezzed Noize

 

 

SONG TITLE: 420 We Smoke

 

 

ALBUM TITLE: Confezzed Noize

 

 

RELEASE DATE: 4/20/2018

 

 

GENRE: Hip-Hop/Rap

 

 

 

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Music Producer RQ Phillips Announces Release of his new Single

 

 

Houston, TX – April 15, 2018 – RQ Phillips, Jr., CEO and music producer for the Confezzed Noize brand, announced that he will release his new single, “Confezzed Noize Presents We Smoke (420)” on April 20, 2018. The new single will feature the talents of Mista Loon, Dank Da Smoker and Q-Loc Da Baller. Fans can find the smoke music on all streaming sources and can preorder a copy at the iTunes store.

 

 

“The formats of my instrumental beats and music online are set up for any writer or singer to go to work,” said Phillips. “You can lease or buy exclusive music from me if you like what you hear.”

 

 

Phillips is a well-known name in the Hip-Hop music and R&B genres. He’s been producing Hip-Hop beats and R&B instrumentals for more than 20 years and has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry.

 

 

‘Born in the heart of Houston’s “South Park” area, Phillip’s parents noticed he had a passion for music at an early age and encouraged his talent. By the age of 13, the young musician began DJing house parties throughout the South Side of Houston.

 

 

As his popularity grew, Phillips began listening and examining the element of the instruments within the music. Wanting to imitate and orchestrate those sounds, he purchased his first keyboard, followed by other instruments, and taught himself to play them. It was at that point that he knew he wanted to make music his life’s work.

 

 

Phillips has produced some of the most popular underground artists in the Houston area. His production credits are on hit albums that include “Crime Boss Still at Large” and he’s now giving back to the music community by mentoring promising performers ranging from Mar the Superstar, Sam Sydney and Sly Fox to Jody, Kirby D, and the Hip-Hop duo of Dangerous Smoke.

 

 

The debut of “Confezzed Noize Presents We Smoke (420)” provides an exciting new release for Phillips’ fans and music to smoke to. For aspiring and established musicians, the weekly online release of his exclusive instrumental beats and music provides unique learning and composing opportunities for musicians specializing in any genre.

 

 

Media Contact

RQ Phillips

Phone: 281-960-8703

Email: r.q1972@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

Discuss your personality.

Calm dude, just easy going! Fun hardworking guy that just loves a lot of music.

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Discuss your existence as a musician.

It has no meaning for me as I am music. I was born into it; I live with it and will die with it. It is part of my existence. We live in it. I am not saying music is the be-all and not the end of all things, there are colors, emotions and nature. But music is the medium and the language that I use to express myself.

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Go into details on the changes in your life for choosing music as a career. 

As a DJ, I (RQ) started to pay more attention and listen closely to the elements and instruments in the music. I then decided that I wanted to orchestrate and imitate those sounds. Shortly after, I then went out and bought my first keyboard and other instruments and learned how to play them without the help of an instructor. At this point in my life, I realized I wanted to produce music. Over the next several years, I continued to DJ and explore my newfound talents which cultivated into an original and unique sound you now hear in various tracks that I have produced for some of the most popular underground artist in Houston.

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Tell us the benefits and drawbacks of choosing music as a career. 

The benefits… music is creating a unique sound with custom beats and music that artist loves and the grooves that appear when the product is done. The drawbacks of choosing a music career is not being able to spend time with family and friends because I’m always creating music, which is something that I love to do.

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Tell us how you will manage fame as an established artist.

The way I would manage fame is staying grounded with God.

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Elaborate on the storyline of this song.

Typical everyday thing to a 420 lover.

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Let us know the greatest moment of your music career. 

Getting notice for my music, as the word would spread about the work I was doing at the time, the radio airplay and also meeting new artists.

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Share your press release and reviews with us.

 

Tim Clark (SNN)

Founder at The Talent Bank

May 11, 2014, RQ was a client of Tim’s

RQ is a very gifted maestro at making beats. He will improve your overall presence on the MIC. Hip Hop, R&B, Jazz, Pop, etc. all artists need to listen to his musical creating talents first. He is highly recommended by SNN.

 

 

 

Mike Collier

Founder/CEO

April 30, 2014, Mike was a client of RQ’S

I’m enjoying the level of production work RQ continues to create. I also have made plans to further an ongoing work and networking relationship.

 

 

 

Franz The Hybrid One Ates

Executive in charge of Production-Distribution at Metal 2 Music/Lust Cov3nant/SMG Records

April 27, 2014, Franz The Hybrid One was a client of RQ’S

RQ creates very industry ready work.

 

 

 

Vance E. Hobart

Musician/Entrepreneur/Venture Capitalist

April 25, 2014, Vance E. was a client of RQ’S

I foresee great things coming for RQ in the music industry. I would highly recommend him for you rhythmic needs on your next project. His sense of timing is incredible, and gives the artist suggestions to make your recording stand out.

 

 

 

 

Cameen Cameen

NE Music Awards Top 5 Artist Of The Year Nominee, Hollywood Producer’s Choice: Soul Artist of the yr & St Jude award!

April 25, 2014, Cameen was a client of RQ’S

 

RQ is very professional and easy to work with. Respect

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Discuss your experience pertaining live performances, gigs, shows and tours.

I am a music producer but my artist does shows.

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Discuss the changes in your life as an artist. 

It is a blessing. The work. The fans and artist. It’s just a passion and love for music.

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State the names of the most important people that boosted your music career and how you met them.

Brown was around the house at the time the Dr. Dre’s Chronic album came out. I just made a statement. How is 1 dude playing all the sounds? His answer was (my boy Slash do tracks at his house, let’s go by there I’ll show you). So we went by Slash spot (he was working with H-Town at the time). He hit play on his keyboard, and I was amazed at what he produced. So I said at that moment that was what I wanted to do.

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Explain that you have in mind before considering music as a career.

Baseball or a DJ.

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Discuss your experience in life.

Houston’s “South Park, I RQ Phillips Jr. was born on August, to the proud parents of the Phillips. As time passed my parents notice that I had a passion for music and they encouraged and motivated me with my gifts while growing up. My home was always filled with music that we all loved; the Isley Brothers, Parliament, Bootsy Collins, Confunkshun and Cameo. The music from those artists blared from the record player on an everyday base. As my passion for music became more apparent, at the age of 13 I started to DJ house parties all over the south side of Houston and became popular in the surrounding area. As a DJ, RQ started to pay more attention and listen closely to the elements and instruments in the music field, I then decided I wanted to orchestrate and imitate those sounds. Shortly after, I then went out and bought my first keyboard and other instruments and learned how to play them without the help of an instructor. At this point in my life, I realized that I wanted to produce music.

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Name the artists that have influenced the world. 

Dr.Dre, Quincy Jones Michael Jackson, James Brown, Ice Cube ect…

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Discuss your moment of rejections as a musician/artist and how you are able to cope and move on with your career.

I watch old music documentary of artist and band members. I learn you take the bitter with the sweet. Just keep doing you! Don’t stop! Keep God first and keep believing in yourself something will happen someday. It doesn’t happen overnight.

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Tell us the most negative comment you have ever received. 

That my music sucks.

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Elaborate on the song.

It’s called (420 We Smoke) – We smoke and we ride and strive for our lives.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Confezzed Noize featuring Mista Loon, Q-Loc Da Baller, Dank Da Smoker.

 

 

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