34 year old hip hop/rap recording artist from Dallas, TX comes back after 18 years away from the game, in an attempt to get a major record deal, by ONLY freestyling every track and record ONLY off of an iPhone.
Q:When you decide it’s time to make a new record, is that more exciting or stressful?
Ans: I always look forward to recording a new track, that’s what I do this for, I love it. If you’re working a job everyday that you don’t like, then what are you doing?
Q: How do you shut things out?
Ans: I tend to go to a quiet place in my home, complete quiet…and close my eyes and forget everything for that moment, usually only talking to God.
Q: How easily do songs tend to come to you?
Ans : Not very easy at all. Being that I only freestyle every song for now, until I sign a major record deal, I have to pull a rabbit out of my hat at that last second all the way through a track, definitely not an easy task at all.
Q: What’s your motto or the advice you live by?
Ans: “Headed to the stars” I always tell my self the sky is the limit…but its not….the stars in space is what I always try to reach, and imagine myself there looking down on everybody that limited themselves to only reach the sky.
Q: For our readers who have never heard your music, explain your sound in 5 words?
Ans: Ahead of our time music
Q:When and why did you start playing?
ANS: So this time coming back onto the scene, I didn’t plan it at all, back in Nov. 2017 I was in a bad place in life and had just started freestyling over some Young Thug songs with some buddies of mine in California. I was strung out and just not where I wanted to be in life. I decided to do a freestyle only album more so as a joke. I moved back to Texas and as soon as I did, before I could see or talk to her, I got news my mom had passed. The only thing I had to “get away” from the pain and thoughts of it was to get lost in some instrumentals and just split bars. I decided to record them and since then have over 1,000 tracks recorded. I do it all for her as she was always my biggest fan of my music.
Q: Which famous musicians have you learned from?
Ans: A lot of people hate Young Thug but that’s ALL I listened to when I was in a bad time of my life, he wasn’t afraid to step out of the box with his music with these sounds and random noises he makes. I saw it as an art. Throw in a little of my favorite classic rock tunes mixed with a little bit of Thug and I believe that’s where I get a lot of my sound from.
Q: How often and for how long do you practice?
Ans: I don’t practice at all, I don’t think of new words or phrases to say, I literally start the beat throw on my apple headphones and just go off the top of my head, it brings a rush and a challenge to me that I need in my life.
Q: How do you balance your music with other obligations – mate, children, job?
Ans: Its hard, being in a relationship with my fiance and helping my Dad out with his business that I had obligated to do kinda before everything took off, its difficult to balance it all out. A lot of sleepless nights and days that I’m just medicated and completely out of it. Sometimes I feel like life is flying so fast passed me I better start growing wings, lol.
Thanks for taking time out of your day:)