1. How would you describe your musical style?
My music is inspired by 90s and 2000s hip hop. I love to incorporate that style into today’s music and make it sound fresh.
2. What is the first album you owned?
It was Graduation by Kanye West. That album had so many different sounds like never before. I get my stage presence from Kanye and that was from listening to this album.
3. How do you prepare before going up on stage?
I usually zone out, quiet the outside noise around me and focus the exact songs I wanna perform. I pretend like I’m still practicing in my room.
4. If we’re going to buy you a drink, what should it be?
Belaire. It’s something about that drink. I don’t know what it is exactly but I love it.
5. What’s a song that has been stuck in your head these days?
Talk by Khalid. When that song first came out, they was playing it everywhere. So much was on my mind at that time and the song just resonated. It still does to this day.
6. Who’s your favorite artist?
I like Griselda. I feel like they really represent what New York hip hop is all about. And they’re not even from the boroughs.
7. Tell us about the first song you made. Was it a success or a failure?
The first song I made was We Get High, Pt. 1. I wasn’t very good at rapping on trap beats so yeah, it was a failure lol.
8. What is the story behind Bodega Dreams?
When I first wrote Bodega Dreams, I was already picturing the video in my head. I wanted to show off the Bodega culture in the song and the video. I made the beat, without any samples. Just straight instruments. Some extra touches was added. Months later, I shot the video and the rest is history.
9.If you could pick one or the other what would you choose, the money or the fame?
I choose fame. Money is cool and it’ll be great to make millions off of my art. Billions if I’m lucky. But I want a legacy and I wanna place my stamp throughout the culture of hip hop. A lot of people will sell their soul for a quick dollar but I ain’t one of them. Please know that.
10.If you could go back in time or in the future which one would you choose and why?
The past. I would go to the 18 year old me and let him know that things is about to get real. What you think is love is truly not, your friends are not gonna be around as long, and expect some betrayal from a couple of relatives. But in the end, you’ll prevail from the bull.
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