What is your name?
Would you rather have? 50k in cash or a perfect credit score, and why?
Give me credit hahaha forget the money if you got a perfect credit score you can get anything you want pretty much
Who is your favorite producer?
Kanye west hands down.
Are you a touring artist or a recording artist?
I’m not touring at the moment maybe in the future sometime. But as of right now just a recording artist.
Have you ever thought about quitting music?
Lots of times, This industry sucks and it isn’t for everyone. When you get into the industry or start getting into it you start realizing nobody is really your friend and everything is about money. And music is very expensive as far as investing. A lot of people think they can just put out a song and hope it goes viral. It doesn’t work that way most of the time and you have to invest a lot into this music shit. And not just studio time that’s probably like 10% of the money. I’m talking about marketing, branding, pr, promoting etc all that stuff is expensive. So yeah I’ve thought of quitting but I’ still here and i will never quit.
Favorite Era of music?
90s era was the best music era in my opinion.
Do you plan on traveling?
Yes I’m actually going to Los Angeles in December to work on some music. And than Oregon to work on some more music with my bro SeanXo we got some heat coming
Are you an independent artist or are you signed or under any management?
I am independent but I’m under Entourage management at the moment.
What was your most memorable concert, did you perform at it?
It was a performance at the church hills pub in Miami Florida. The show was sponsored by nugbrand which is a smoke shop in Miami. I was opening up for Bone Thugs & Harmony that show was packed as hell and they showed love when I was on stage. Crazy night and I had the crowd rocking all night. I love that show.
What was your biggest challenge that you had to overcome during your music career, so far?
Ghost writing and song writing for other artist. In the beginning before my solo career I was a ghost writer and songwriter for a label in Los Angeles. That was the first bad deal I signed. Wrote a couple songs for a artist (known artist but not going to say it here haha) for her project… 6 songs in total but signed a deal with no royalties and I got no credit on the project or as a writer on any of the songs. Just got paid $2000 one time when I could of been smarter got a lawyer and got paid millions. But you live and you learn. But I did meet a lot of people that I would of never thought of meeting and got to work with some great people that I work with today. But songwriters get fucked over a lot and that needs to stop. We put hours sometimes days into the song and songwriters including producers as well need to get paid.