Introducing Mr. Creep Roseland USB Album, a hauntingly beautiful collection of electronic tracks that will take you on a journey through the dark corners of your mind. This album, available on USB, features 12 tracks that combine elements of trip-hop, ambient, and glitch music, all woven together.
Mr. Creep Roseland USB Album is available now on Amazon, and is a must-have for anyone looking for a fresh take on electronic music.
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Q: How easily do songs tend to come to you?
Ans : I think I’m little hard on my self when it comes to writting songs. But I just like to write some hits, I’m real good with concepts for songs that I reference to later. I’m kinda fast at that.
Q: You write all of your own music; where do you draw inspiration from when you write songs and what’s your favorite part about the proccess?
ANS: You know I have a team, we do write our own lyrics but we sit in with each other to get a better perspective of the song and production. Its really a collective effort.
Q: At what age did you start singing?
ANS: I started off very young around 8 years old in our families church which lead me to the high-school band and from there I started out doing recordings around like 1988.
Q:Who are your inspirations?
Ans: I love the boom bap era. The fundamental rap era late 80s and 90s
Q: If you could perform with anyone, in the future, who would it have to be?
Ans: Common, Twista, Isley Brothers, Outkast just to name a few.
Q:What is your favorite song to sing live?
Ans: City We Love off of my album titled “ Roseland”
Q:Do you have any events coming up or recording going on right now?
Ans: I have a ton of records I’m putting together but I’m excited about a record I’m doing with an old school artist MC Eght, and Original Big Mike but got a slew of projects coming and a Tour in U.K. with Jaguar records.
Q:Do you have any advice for anyone wanting to sing as a career or just advice about careers in general?
Ans : stay consistent, don’t give up it may get hard sometime by master your craft and have fun and lastly be willing to get out and sell your own music no-one can do that better than you.
Q: Which famous musicians do you admire? Why?
Ans: Curren$y of Jet Life, he stays consistent and Nipsey Hussle before he passed he had the entrepreneur passion and built his own empire. Rest in peace Nip
Q: Who was your first teacher? Other teachers?
Ans: my first music teacher was Harvey Burton at Corliss Highschool in Chicago Ill, and my mentor and teacher was an original member of the BarKays Mark “bubba” Bynum he taught me publishing and copyright the internal stuff of the industry along with production and mixing and mastering.