1. Where are we talking from today?
A. Philadelphia, the “City of Brotherly Love.”
2. How did you get involved in music?
A. When I was younger my mother would always play music throughout the day. Rather it was rap, jazz, or R&B. She used to catch me drumming on the table trying to emulate the beat that was coming through the speakers. Music was a way that I could express my emotions. I would write a song a day and edit some older ones frequently. She bought me a mini keyboard when I was seven, I would spend hours a day trying to play popular tones on it.
3. Can you describe your music?
A. My music is pretty much laid back. I talk about the everyday struggle that we all face growing up in an urban setting. I speak for the people who don’t have a voice. I speak for the single mothers, the children growing up with no father. The everyday hustle trying to survive. The kid that they forgot about.
4. Music wise, what are you working on?
A. Trying to get my music to reach more fans. Currently, I am working on my first beat tape called “Knock on Wood” and my 2nd mixtape/album titled “Summer’s Eve 2.” This summer I will spend time traveling the country performing and collaborating with other artists.
5. What would you like to say to your fans and the world?
A. Thank you for supporting me since day one, it goes a long way and I truly appreciate you. I would love to see more people get empowered by my songs so sharing my work with your friends and family is greatly appreciated. The music I have online is just a little taste of what is soon to come. I have music and instrumentals.