Infamous A, Massachusetts
Q.) What do you have going on that you’re most excited about?
A.) “I’ve been working on a new album that I feel pretty good about… I wound up recording most of the joints in New York and finished up some dope collaboration tracks. All of the above excite me.”
Q.) Is there anything specific about Infamous A that you think we should know about?
A.) “I’m willing to embrace anything that my journey presents me, positive or negative… I choose to wear my heart on my sleeve as an artist, which typically leads to my passion coming out through my lyricism and my sound.”
Q.) What would you consider to be a lot of money?
A.) “Enough to buy a nice house and rap for a living. Realistically, that would be divine.”
Q.) Are you in it for the money?
A.) “Not at all… everybody has to make money considering that this is a business, but my love for hip hop has routes that go so much deeper than money.”
Q.) What is the first song off your catalog that you would direct a potential new Infamous A fan to listen to?
A.) “My new music is bussin’. I’d say either “Champion”, “Cynical”, or “Ball With Us.””
Q.) How many songs have you released?
A.) “Probably around 50 in total. I began making music when I was a sophomore in high school and I’m 22 now.”
Q.) Tell us about some of your work that’s not yet released, what’s going on in the vault?
A.) “I’ve been going pretty hard in the studio, man. I’m continuing to work with SoRaspy artists like Cris Streetz and Young Easy, and all of those songs sound ridiculous… my next album will likely have around 10 songs so I can release a 5-song EP shortly after. I envision those 15 songs doing some heavy damage.”
Q.) What role do you think Infamous A will end up having on the music industry??
A.) “I feel like my skill set was meant to uplift, inspire and creatively stimulate music fans… therefore, I see my role being whatever the people want it to be. I’ll keep doing what I do regardless.”
Q.) What is a goal you have for between now and next year?
A.) “I want to keep building my core fan base and get back out on stage. I’d like to headline a few shows in a few locations, maybe sell some more merch and of course, drop my next album.”
Q.) How do you respond when people talk about being an artist like it’s a far-fetched thing?
A.) “I just let them talk. You have to get numb to negative criticism so why not let them talk? It’s all part of the journey.”
Q.) Who is the rapper you can first recall listening to?
A.) “Either 50Cent or Eminem. They’re still heavyweights in my eyes.”
Q.) What role would you say they had in the music industry?
A.) “I feel like they uplifted, inspired and creatively stimulated music fans. I think that lead to them to taking the role of top dogs, which makes their legacy immortal to me.”
Q.) Do you listen to them still?
A.) “All the time! Hip hop is forever.”
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