An Exclusive Interview With Hip-hop Artist Ramon Revere

Ramon Revere is a hispanic Miami-based Hip-hop Artist on a lifelong mission to create a legacy that will continue impacting people for generations to come. Making music for as long as he can remember, he has since developed a cinematic music style reminiscent of old western films with macabre overtones. To him, music isn’t what he does, it’s who he is. Above all, it’s his way of giving back to his community and the world at large.

So far, this emerging artist has five mixtapes and two EPs under his belt, but this is only the beginning. Uncomfortable 2 was his recent creation and Uncomfortable 3 is on the way.

Q:When you decide it’s time to make a new record, is that more exciting or stressful?

Ans: I try to work on records everyday. I might release them a certain way. Just cause a song was released yesterday and it’s brand new to you, that does not mean the song has not been done for months. Part of the process is exciting and other parts are stressful, either way I have to get it done.

Q: How do you shut things out?

Ans: I don’t. I invite everything in. I serve it water.

Q: What’s your motto or the advice you live by?

Ans:We don’t live forever. So create something that does.

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Q: For our readers who have never heard your music, explain your sound in 5 words?

Ans: Wholesome, Moods , Honest , Eloquent , Godly

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 process?

ANS:The world around me. Some people need what I have to say. It’s food. My favorite part of the process is listening to the song at the end.

Q:Do you have any events coming up or recording going on right now?

Ans:Uncomfortable 3 is going to be my newest album. You all should be hearing about that shortly.

Q:Do you have any advice for anyone wanting to sing as a career or just advice about careers in general?

Ans : Don’t look for a career. Look for a purpose.

Q:When and why did you start making music?

ANS: It started as a therapy…Turned into a responsibility.

Q: What are your fondest musical memories? In your house? In your neighborhood or town?

Ans: I forgot the exact word he used but Chinaman from 2 Live Crew told me he liked my performance.
And once helped TLC at my job.

Q: Who are your favorite musicians? Groups? CD’s?

Ans: Bob Seger…The Chronic 2001 and all in between.

Q: What advice would you give to beginners who are nervous?

Ans: Just close your eyes and let go…and LET GOD