1. How do you get people to take you seriously as a musician?
By constantly putting my work out consistently and doing different ventures that encompass my music as well
2. What is the importance of the connections you make? How can you utilize them?
Connections go hand in hand with music and my way of living because its who you know that can possibly put you in a better position. I use the connections that Ive attained for the specific areas that there services may be needed for. IE Dj’s to spin my record producers to make beats for me managers to book shows and different events, everyone plays a part.
3. If you had to do it all over again, would you still choose this career? Would you do anything differently?
I definitely would choose music cause its what i love to do. I would have learned the business first and started when I was a lot younger.
4. What are typical mistakes people make when trying to pursue this career?
They pursue it blindly and let others lead them versus educating themselves on the venture that they are about to embark on.
5. What personal advice would you give to someone wanting to pursue this career?
Do your homework on all aspects of the game. the industry is very abroad and everyone is out for their best interest and not necessarily yours.
6. How do you feel hip hop has changed over the years?
its just evolved from lyrics content and a message to more gimmicks and catchy hooks regardless to what the contact is referring to
7. Tell us the process behind making Drift & Swerve:
I heard the beat sped the pitch up a bit started drifting and swerving off the henny so I just went with what I was feeling at the time and the song was done, not much thought was out into it