Born and raised in a lower middle class household in Brockton Massachusetts. My mother was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis the same year I was born. My little sister has heart problems. They inspire me to make music as well as the current things going on in the neighborhood. My best friend who’s basically like my brother almost died a couple years ago and since then I’ve dedicated my life to music. I went homeless to just pay for my fist albums studio time. Which is on all platforms “Fear Nothing” I was homeless for a couple years while writing my first album. Sleeping outside in the homeless shelter in my car at my friends house. I’ve come along way and I’m not going to stop, I’ve got a lot of music to distribute this is only the beginning.
1) Do you remember the moment you wanted to be a hip-hop artist?
It kind of just happened I’ve been rapping ever since the Nas “ untitled album came out.
2) What was it like creating your latest project?
It was fun and stressful all about timing really.
3) What are you trying to achieve with the project?
This projects the first single off my next album. And it’s definitely a banger.
4) What are your thoughts on staying independent or signing to a major label?
I’m independent for now.
5) How do you feel about the independent hip-hop industry right now?
You got to be smart about it.
6) As an independent hip-hop artist grinding it out, what sort of promotion and marketing are you doing to stand out from the rest?
I have a couple of promoters, when I drop something I try to make sure there’s multiple locations you can see it not just one.
7) How do you currently make money as an independent artist?
By streaming music.
8) How do you feel about hip-hop today?
I feel hip hop today has too many one hit wonders not enough true m.cs’ and artist who actually grind.
9) What artists in the game today do you look at for inspiration?
Lloyd Banks Nas Cyhi da Prynce.
10) Who are your top 5 rappers dead or alive?
- Big L
- Big Pun