Interview with 9:18


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Q: Where did the name 9:18 come from?

A: There’s a lot behind those 2 numbers, but 18 has always been my favorite for as long I can remember. To me it’s stands for my life story. The 9 represents creativity to me. So it’s my “time” to create based on my life story.

Q: Who would you like to collaborate with? 

A: I would love to collaborate with Kanye west someday.

Q:Who is your biggest inspiration? What about them inspires you? 

A: It’s safe to say that The Weeknd is my biggest inspiration. That was just the only artist who ever had me fully indulged in their world for years.

Q: What do you do when you aren’t working on music?

A: When I’m not working on music I’m working on my brand and business. If that’s not the case you might catch me playing ball or lifting weights.

Q: What is the something you would want the public to know about your newest project?

A:My next project that I’m releasing will not be in English.

Q: What is your favorite album of 2018?

A:This was actually a really tough question but if I had to chose one I would have to say Post Malone’s Beerpongs and Bentley’s.

Q: What do you enjoy specifically about A.L.I.E.N Entertainment? 

A:My brothers Ben and Lito have been talking about A.L.I.E.N since the first day I met them a little over 2 years ago. What I most enjoy about it, is watching them have their hard work and commitment come to fruition in the form of an awesome entertainment brand that can be a good outlet for anyone creative.

Q:What is a long term goal with your career? 

A: I just want to make timeless music and have that take me wherever it wants.

Q: When did you know music was going to be a big factor in your life?

A:When I started playing the piano and singing to girls lol.

Q: What made the guitar your instrument of choice? 

A:The piano is actually my first instrument of choice, but the guitar is so on the go and has been part of my vision of me on stage since I was about 8-9. I really feel the guitar in my body when I get into it. I want I people to feel as close to what I feel as they can when they watch me play so I’ve been making it part of my identity as an artist.