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What first drew you into music?

I’ve always been a fan of music since I was a shorty. I used to download Waka Flocka, Drake, Soulja boy, Gucci, and Wayne off limewire and listen to all their albums. But I didn’t start making music consistently til my senior year of high school. My brother been rapping before me so that influenced me into music as well.

Listening to your music we can tell you love incorporating interesting new sounds and techniques within each track! What inspires you to experiment and evolve?

I always have new and creative ideas I want to try and experiment with. I also listen to bunch of genres of music so that helps me incorporate different sounds into my music.

It seems like you already found your signature sound 😊 Do you have any tips for upcoming musicians that can’t seem to find their own sound?

My advice to new artist trying to find their sound is make the music you like to hear and be yourself cause can’t nobody be a better you.

Your track “thicki minaj” is your best track in our opinion! From its artwork to the Incredibly powerful sound we absolutely love it. Could you tell us more about the story behind this track? Also, what is your creative process like?

Thicki Minaj came from me being a Nicki Minaj fan. I’m a Barb by the way, but anyways I was just recording a song and in the hook I said “The way she shake her A** I call that b**** Thicki Minaj” so I ran with it. My creative process is simple I make the beat and I just go with the vibe it gives me. I freestyle 90% of my songs so I just feel the beat and go from there. Also I can’t record when I’m hungry so I have to eat before I make anything. Being hungry distracts me.

What are your musical goals for the future?

My musical goals for the future is to change the world like Michael Jackson did. I want the world to know who I am.

What do you have planned for the coming months? Any upcoming projects we can get excited about?

I’m dropping my debut project “This World Is Boring” hopefully early 2020. I want to be less antisocial and work with more creatives such as photographers, artists, and producers.


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