How would you describe your musical style?
It is different. I don’t stick to one style or one flow.
I do a little bit of everything and sometimes even mix it up a little.
What is the first album you owned?
The only album I owned was past ones that were unprofessional and removed
from the public. Lately I been doing multiple singles with collaborations
instead of album dropping. But I will have some in the near future.
How do you prepare before going up on stage?
Take Grether’s Pastilles for my voice, look as best possible, and for days
before rehearse my set. And avoid eating until my performance. Also I always
brush my teeth before singing or rapping.
If we’re going to buy you a drink, what should it be?
Corny but all jokes aside, STARBUCKS.
What’s a song that has been stuck in your head these days?
Outlawz By Rick Ross (feat. Jazmine Sullivan & 21 Savage).
Who’s your favorite artist?
Probably Rick Ross but a close second which would all be tied is Olivia Rodrigo,
Halsey, KSI, Fetty Wap and Lil Uzi Vert.
Tell us about the first song you made. Was it a success or a failure?
The first song that I made was a complete fail. I had absolutely no talent at all,
no knowledge of music. I was like a blind horse in a race. I can go straight but
I don’t know what obstacles I might hit, or even if the race is a straight away.
It turned out garbage. But I still loved to do it, so here I am still going.
What is the story behind “Dead Love”?
This was my first song to reach good numbers. It is about four different relationships
that I had. All pertaining to four different ex’s. It originally pertained to only three.
But as time continued it became about four of them. The current relationship I had during
the making of the song later took a turn and what I talked about previously
in that song became reality with my relationship at that time. I had four
relationships in a row all end with my partner cheating on me. I was hurt
and broken and scarred with emotional damage. The song gets more into
detail. So go take a listen. The song is a depressing dark emotional
song that is supposed to get you feeling down
and to understand the pain.
9.If you could pick one or the other, what would you choose, the money or the fame?
The fame because it’s harder to build fame with money than it is to build money with fame.
If you have fame, you can make sales. But if you have money, it is still very hard
to build fame. You would also have to likely spend a lot of that money to get the
fame. To me, both are pretty easy with time. But if I had that choice, like I
said I would choose fame.
10.If you could go back in time or in the future, which one would you choose and why?
I would say past because my every day routine will make or break my future so that can
be made however I want it. But pertaining to my past, there has never been a regret ever.
Everything that I have done or experienced I don’t regret because it happened for a reason
and it made me who I am. But I would like to relive some special moments that I had before.
So definitely past not future.