Interview with Tahj

1. What’s your name?
My name is Tahj. 
2. Where are you from? 
Born and raised in Harlem, New York 
3. How old are you?     
I’m 22 years old
4 .When did you start making music 
I started making music 2 years ago. 
5. How serious are you about your career?
I take my career very serious. The goal is generational wealth, so I work hard. I make 3-5 beats a day, not including the ones I delete. I try to make different genres of beats, drill, r&b, trap, etc.. , but some days I stick to one genre. I want to become one of the best producers one day, and I know some day I will. I very ambitious about my music milestones and dedicated to achieving them. 
6. Have you ever thought about quitting music?
Yeah, in the beginning. One of my bros shopped one of my early beats. The artist he sent it to said he aint like it, and during that time, since I just started I thought I should focus my time on other things, but I kept finding myself making beats. I realized right than there, that on this journey people are not gonna always like your beats, and to be honest music is art and art is subjective, so really I cant blame them for how they interupt my music. All I can do is take the critism and grow. This helped so much realizing this as now when I send beats, and recieve any feedback I take it humbly and create more. 
7. Who inspires you the most?
My mother. She’s a nurse, and seeing her dedication to provide for her family, with everything that goes on, it inspires me to want to do the same. 
8.What got you into making music?
Techinally, i always been a part of music, because in my school we had a music program, where I would play flute, piano, guitar and recorder. But what got me into producing, was me trying to find myself. I was struggling with school at the time, and unhappy with a lot of stuff. But everyday I continue to produce. After a while, I picked up that maybe this something I always was meant to do. And I fell in love with it. 
9.Who is your favorite producer?
My favorite producer is actually pierre bourne. Its crazy too because I met him the other day, but aint really get the chance to talk to son. But listening to his collaborations with artist like Playboi Carti, Young Nudy, Lil uzi, etc…, during the time I started to produce, was inspirations in terms of sound and creativity. 
10. What is one of your best songs/beats?
One of my favorite songs is “My Collection,” by Future. Because I’m a big fan of vocal instrumentals, on top of the topic in which Future talk about just make this a legendary track. 
11. Are you signed to a record or label?
No, as for right now, I’m interning at Quad Studios. But I am not signed to no record or labels.
12. Have you ever performed?
13. Who would you most likely collaborate with?
I would most likely collab with, the producer of Sheff G and Sleepy Hallow. I like making drill beats the most, and I think he is the most underrated producer in the game. 
14. If you could open for any artist who would it be?
If I could open for one artist it would of been Xxxtentacion. He helped spark the soundcloud wave, and could of done so much with his career. I listened to him a little bit before look at me took off, so seeing how his career ended the way it did hurt a little more than the rest of the fallen legends. May he rest in paradise.
15. What’s next for you?
Take over the industry as a producer. A year in drop two tapes as a artist and reign over the industry till i can’t. 

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