I had the opportunity to interview Cmazin. During the interview, I was able to find out when he gained interested in singing and when he began to take music seriously. His favorite music artist is Eminem and throughout the interview he also talks about his music videos.
CMazin just dropped his latest single on Valentine’s Day titled, “Bad For Me.”
To keep up with CMazin’s new releases, follow him on instagram @thegoldenway.
I had the chance to interview Pretty Boy Lude this past week in his hometown Peekskill, New York. Pretty Boy Lude is a music artist who loves to create and began rapping at the age of 3. On Youtube, there is a video of Pretty Boy Lude rapping to the popular Jingle Bells.
Pretty Boy Lude is an artist who also paints and skates. His favorite rapper is Lil Wayne but I also learned about 3 other artists he would like to work with.
His story is very unique as he has overcome several challenges in his life.
Cheddar Jack is the youngest A&R in the music industry right now currently working for Cinematic records and I had the chance to interview him and learn more about his journey. In the interview, Cheddar Jack talks about his search for the next big artist. Today, January 7, 2020 Cheddar Jack just signed his first artist, Road Runner TB to Cinematic records.
Road Runner TB joins the Cinematic roster, signed to the same label as T-Pain, Flipp Dinero, Joey Bada$$, Vashtie.
In the interview Cheddar Jack talks about chilling with the late JuiceWrld. He also encourages everyone to network as much as possible.
In the above interview, not only did I ask about his 2019 but I also found out about his 2020 goals.
If you want to be the next artist to sign to Cinematic records, follow Cheddar Jack on instagram @_cheddarjack today.
I had the chance to interview Mike Smiff from the 305. This was a wonderful interview because I got to find out about the Miami influence and the environment. There’s also a huge music culture and Mike Smiff was able to connect with Trick Daddy and really share his music with the world.
Mike Smiff has worked with several artists including the City Girls. During this interview you’ll be able to learn more about Mike Smiff and what’s next for him.
Stay tuned and check out Mike Smiff’s “My First Hunnid” featuring Gank Gaank below.
I had the chance to interview Baltimore rapper Bandhunta Izzy and discuss his new project, “That’s Pretty Gangsta.” His viral hit single “How To Rob” music video currently has over 4 million views. 50 Cent posted on his page respecting Bandhunta Izzy’s homage to his 1999 single “How To Rob.”
During the interview, we discussed his favorite lyric in “How To Rob” and explored the expected reaction from fans. Turns out on the 9 single project there is only one feature, YFN Lucci and we found out how this collaboration came to life. Bandhunta Izzy talked about crazy yet funny fan stories, how to give a girl his all and more!
The “That’s Pretty Gangsta” production include DJ Clue, CM$, Pyrex Whippa, and more.
Wale #crwn is an incredible interview that includes lyric recitation, stories behind singles, collaborations, laughter and more !
One thing I learned during this interview is Wale is extremely funny and interesting to listen to. He’s so conscious yet knows how to chill no pun.
During the Wale Crwn interview he really talks about his support for black women. The words he shared about Megan Thee Stallions strength and ability was phenomenal. He wanted fans to know Megan thee Stallion didn’t make it because of him he wants people to know Megan Thee Stallion was going to make it regardless.
Wale talks about studio sessions with some artists you may not know he was working with such as Mary J. Blige. Alert, they got music coming out !
He even gave us a funny story about a time he fell in Eric Bellingers pool!
Wale talks about how close he is to Rick Ross and Meek Mill. How many women I got to fuck for the love of the culture? That’s Wale’s favorite Meek Mill lyric on that song.
Wale let us know he’s dropping more music soon so don’t think the album is it.
Expectations – Wale talks about women not appreciating their bodies. He doesn’t want women to continue to think they need to get their bodies done. PTSD – Wale talks about trying to please people and how bad it is to sacrifice your well being for being upset about a pitchfork review. Don’t impress people who don’t give a ___ about you.
Wale talks about how sales effected him. Looking at himself differently when he wasn’t selling , he fell out of love with himself. Looking at the fans like you didn’t support me when I needed you.
Such an amazing experience! Get the Tidal app and stay in tuned for the next event!
I had the pleasure of interviewing Jimmy Dinero, a music artist originally from New York. He moved to New Jersey during his early years and gained musical inspiration from various artists both new and old. Jimmy Dinero’s music is a blend of multiple genres including Hip Hop, Reggaeton, Pop and so much more.
The best way to describe Jimmy Dinero’s music is feel good, have fun and live life to the fullest. His most recent single, “Bless Me” is below.