Q: How do you shut things out?
Ans: I have a Master Degree in removing things that don’t matter in my life…lol…4.0
Q: Do you and Rico Sivad still talk?
Ans : Yes indeed. People don’t know that we are really brothers. And no matter what at the end of the day, we still have a personal relationship outside of the group RecognitioN.
Q: What’s your motto or the advice you live by?
Ans: Never live the same life 75 times.
Q: For our readers who have never heard your music, explain your sound in 5 words?
Ans: Morning Sex with the one
Q: What inspired you to write the song “Right Now”?
ANS: Once upon a time ago, I met this stripper. She was really passionate about anything that I was doing. And she would always wanna see me “Right Now”. So, it was only right to make that into a song.
Q: What’s your relationship status?
ANS: Not interested in anyone but Kylie Jenner…lol…to be honest tho, I’m dating non-exclusively. No more social media dating for me.
Q:What’s the concept behind “Boyfriend Material”
Ans: Boyfriend Material is a project for my fans that are just getting to know me. Every relationship has to start somewhere. So, I’m building my foundation with this one. Plus, there’s something for every girl on this album.
Q:Do you have any events coming up or recording going on right now?
Ans: There might be a possible apperance on Trey’s tour in the fall
Q:Do you have any advice for anyone wanting to sing as a career or just advice about careers in general?
Ans : Make sure your prepared to all flat on your face with no one to help you stand up.
Q: Which instruments do you play?
Ans: I play a mean mind game…lol…I’m a novice guitar player.
Q: Describe your family member’s musical interests and abilities.
Ans: My grandfather played the blues and my grandmother is involved in the church heavy. So, I got the best of both worlds.
Q: Which famous musicians have you learned from?
Ans: Maxwell is the GOAT. I’ve study his mannerism and gentleman attitude on stage. Every album he writes is a piece of art to me. Vocals, lyrics, instruments and delivery. Definitely a student of his culture.
Q: What are your fondest musical memories? In your house? In your neighborhood or town?
Ans: It was my Freshman year of college and the radio was playing our songs in heavy rotation. We had a sound that everyone liked, but not everyone knew my face. So, I remember going to the vending machine and this girl phone rang, and it was my song as her ringtone. I tried to play it off it wasn’t a big deal. But at that moment I felt like I had accomplished the impossible.
Q: Do you get nervous before a performance or a competition?
Ans: Always. But the funny thing about it, if I’m not nervous, I begin to imagine that it’s not worth my time.
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