Question:Please tell our readers who you are and what you do?
Answer: I’m not anyone but a kid that didn’t like the music around me. I make songs about things I go through and people are receptive because they can attribute their own experiences to mine.
Question: How would you describe your style and genre?
Answer: My style is mainly centered around Hip-Hop and RnB. The combination of the two helps to personify points I want to get across in my songs.
Question: Who are your biggest idols ever? Dead or alive, musician or non-musician?
Answer: In terms of my biggest Idols I could honestly say I don’t really have any idols. I have people and inspiration I pull from that are current and that aren’t, it would be too many to list but for instance old Chris Brown, old Bow – Wow like early 2000’s I pull inspirations from that but then I can find inspiration in music now it’s all over the place but it has to be quality at the end of the day.
Question: What was the biggest mistake you made when you started making music and what would be the number one tip you could give to a newcomer musician?
Answer: The biggest mistake I made as it comes to music was not realizing that people actually liked my stuff and then not posting music frequently when i started. I don’t take music seriously enough to try to be a star cause to me that’s not what its about but there’s perks in having a wider audience.
Question: How do you get gigs? Can you share any tips?
Answer: I don’t do any gigs. I strictly post music and that’s it nobody knows what I look like and would like to keep that approach that way.
Answer:My biggest challenge right now I can’t really pin it down, but I can say in a general context it’s limiting the amount of songs I want heard and figuring out the best process to managing what gets dropped.
Question: How do you promote yourself? Do you have any specific promotion tips for other musicians?
Answer: Not really into the fake promotion thing my music is more word of mouth and if it’s good enough it will be heard. Yes there is sense in promoting but what good does that do if the song isn’t good enough for the promotion. I have connects thankfully that I built earlier on so that helps so I’m one of the lucky few, but I don’t know always choose quality before promotion. Then if people email you or reach out take advantage of that.
Question: We meet again in one year. What has happened?
Answer: lol I don’t know still gonna be doing me a voice with no face. Your Website
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