Q. How old were you when you decided that you wanted to be an artist?
Q. What inspires your music?
Its most often the ups and downs of love and trying to become successful. When its going well, its natural to celebrate. When its down times, its hard not to be disappointed and frustrated. In either case, I try hard to maintain balance, but sometimes its so heavy that all I can do is write about it and hope others feel what I am going through. It makes it easier to know that you aren't alone in your feelings.
Q. Does where you are from influence your music?
Eminem for making it big for all the white rappers out there, 2Pac for his poetic lyrics, and my uncle Mike, Aunt Linda, and Couzin Molly for making their music and making it a family tradition that I am proud to be a part of.
Q. How has the music business changed your life?
Its helped me to learn and maintain a value for hard work and perseverance. I hoped to make things happen magically, and have learned the hard way that it takes talent and a relentless nature.
Q. Who in the business have you enjoyed working with so far?
Its been great to work with Lady Shadow, an up and coming female vocalist I am soon to feature, Bay Area singer ROD, the most professional, most humble super star I have ever met, my studio manager Rob for being so jaded and such a good friend.
Q. In your opinion, who is the hottest artist out right now that you would like to work with?
Gotta say Eminem. I'm still feeling it as much as when he started.
Q What project are you currently working on?
I'm working on a really cool song with a 7 years old. Its about how I met my best friend when I was her age (the singer on my track). I'm rapping, she is singing the hook. Hahaha. This you gotta hear ! Its dope !
Q. What turns you on the most in a woman? What are your turn offs?
When women are self-sufficient and take care of themselves, though also have a sexy and seductive side. Biggest turn offs are women who come off like they are owed something or act like they need a lot of attention.
Q. What has been your craziest groupie moment?
Hahahaha. Lemme see . . . Oh yeah, that one. No comment.
Q. What is the freakiest thing you have ever done in your career?
One night on the bedroom floor, the next day I wrote a song about it.
Q. What is one thing you would like to share with your fans that they don’t know about you?
I can do the worm. You guys remember that from back in the day? Hahahaha. Yup, I can do it. Its a site too, from what others have told me.
Q. What industry outside of music would you like to work in one day?
Someday, I'd like to be a politician and do some good for the country and my local community. G2 for pres baby ! But seriously, that's one of my many hopes and dreams.
Choclate City Radio
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