Q: What is your favorite piece you created and why?
A: I feel like that’s impossible to say. I love my paintings, all of them, and some definitely more than others. The pieces I thought I loved the most have been sold to happy buyers, and I go home and create more pieces that I love. It’s like a cycle. A way that I’m able to leave my love in the world.
Q: What is one thing you would want the public to know about yourself?
A: I would want them to know that I mix & record my music in my house I don’t go to the studio and if you an aspiring artist don’t be afraid to learn how to do things on your own you’ll get better at your craft and you’ll save big bucks. Also don’t be sleeping on me these next couple months gonna be MAJOR, all ima say.
Q: If you could work with anybody who would you work with and why?
A:To be honest I just want to work with my brothers & a slight few other artist in the city (Providence) who I f*** with on a personal level as well. We started this together so we’re going to come up together I stand on that facts.
This EP features A.L.I.E.N Entertainment’s Chef Dog and Kreim
Out in Space touches on the goal and achievements that are made with money, music, and even the blessings we are given. Keeping true to the name, Chef Dog is always cheffing up new music.
No Rush definitely has the beat to bump to. No Rush achieves a steady, smooth vibe with emphasis on chilling and there being no rush to sex or anything else. If one were to finally be comfortable there are many things that can happen just going with the flow.
Q:What is your preferred genre of music to create? What is your preferred genre of music when not creating music?
A: My preferred genre of music to create is definitely Hip-Hop hands down. When I’m not creating music, I still listen to Hip-Hop, but I tend to listen to more R&B now because that’s my girlfriends’ choice of genre.
Q: What is your preferred genre of music? What is your preferred genre of music when not preforming?
A: Hip Hop/ Rap. I do like making alternative music but have not preformed it yet. It would be cool if I could preform with a band.
Q: When did you know that music was going to be a factor in your life?
A: When I released a mixtape my senior year of high school, Its Been a Ruff Week, that's when I knew that I wanted to create therapeutic music, for the rest of my life. With music I want to help people, especially the youth through their personal struggles.
I’ve always used to draw when I was a kid. I remember my 3rd grade teacher giving my art focused assignments during class projects. My dad would also teach me how to write in bubble letters when I was in middle school. I didn’t realize it was going to be a huge part of my life until I my sophomore year of high school. I started studying street art and graffit and experimenting with spray paint.
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.
Wayne for his ability to come off the top of the dome (like Jay Z) and deliver those heavy punchlines so creatively and effortless. Jay for his ability to tell his story so differently every time and educate so creatively with his lyricism. A Boogie because he’s good with switching things up and he is a great lyricist. Wale for his poetic, smooth delivery and word play.