What age where you when you decided to become an artist?
I was about 16 years old when I made that decision but didn’t take it seriously until I was about 19. I started out doing a lot of modeling and acting, reading scripts and auditioning for commercials. It was definitely practice to get my stage presence on point.
Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?
I love Eminem, Left Eye, DaBrat, Luniz, E-40
What are some of the things you’re working on right now?
Right now I’m working on two music videos for two of my latest singles, “Queen For A Night” and “That’s Why”. Also working on going on another international tour.
What advice can you give other upcoming artists?
Always stay positive, rely on nobody but yourself. If you depend on others to make things happen for you, then you will certainly fail. Whether your signed to a major label or your an indie artist, have control over what you do.
How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?
Its definitely changed for the better, so much traveling, scheduling, meeting new faces and taking on new projects. I love collaborating with artists, making music is like making a baby, lol sounds funny but its true..the outcome is just to beautiful of what two people can do together on the mic in the studio.
Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?
I’ve toured in Tokyo with R&B singer Lloyd, so that was already a life changing experience that I will never get. The fans in Tokyo are crazy, I love them and they love me too. I also did a few tours throughout the Caribbean with Jah Cure, Kirk Brown and Fucha Kid. Tapping into the islands is another good market because there are so many talented artists out there and the fans rave about American music all time.
Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?
None right just concentrated on my art and music. I’ve collaborated with a few established artists such as Numskull from the Luniz and Jah Cure from Jamaica.