1. How would you describe your musical style?
I always say R&B, but truthfully I love to be diverse.
2. What is the first album you owned?
The very first album I ever owned was PINK’S Missundaztood. I had to have jammed
that CD a FEW times a day.
3. How do you prepare before going up on stage?
First & foremost I always pray…it usually calms the nerves if I have any. I love to play around
Backstage to keep it light, but of course the closer the time comes to get up on stage
I’m usually zoned in my lineup so I don’t miss a beat once I get out there!
4. If we’re going to buy you a drink, what should it be?
Everyone that really KNOWS me, KNOWS Tito’s & Redbull is ALWAYS the play!
5. What’s a song that has been stuck in your head these days?
Z Look Jamaican by Kodak Black…the song is so damn catchy, its been in my head since
he released the album. I love it.
6. Who’s your favorite artist?
This is the one question I try my hardest to avoid, there are so many greats its so hard to narrow
it down to just one…but of course if I HAVE to choose, it would have to be Teyana Talor. I mean
from her trend in fashion, to her voice, her creativity, & the performer/entertainer in her. She’s
7. Tell us about the first song you made. Was it a success or a failure?
The very first song I ever made was titled “So Tired” which debuted as the single on my very first
album. I was still unsure of myself as an artist, it was my first time in the studio really serious about
the project, but the crazy thing is it ended up being super successful. The song was such a big deal
for any & everyone that played it. It reached over 2 million streams & I couldn’t have been more
happy about the outcome of it. It surprised me honestly.
8. What is the story behind ——————-
My father (whom was my manager at the time) had put together a team for the prep of my album.
At the time the writer & engineer on the team went by Liquid Track Music. It was the first time I had
anyone write anything for me, granted this was my first project. I was super nervous, but things
went great! I had met up with the writer to go over the song before the studio session & was there
for a few hours (GOD BLESS HIS PATIENCE WITH ME). When it came down to recording it during
the session that’s when things became a bit more difficult. I believe we were in the studio from
8:00pm to about 2:30am. It was definitely an experience. There was TONS of coaching going on in
the process because the process is still so new to me. Mind you I was in middle school
and this was on a weeknight so it was madness but we got it done & it ended up being everyone’s
favorite off the album.
9.If you could pick one or the other what would you choose, the money or the fame?
I’m going to have to go with Money. Although I’m sure fame is nice & comes with its perks…I can
do a hell of a lot more with money. I love being an entertainer & performer, but IF I HAD to choose,
I’m okay with being behind the scenes if that means my pockets are secure.
10.If you could go back in time or in the future which one would you choose and why?
Let me take THE FUTURE for $500 Jack! I don’t have any interest in going back in time. What has
Already taken place is already done & there’s really no growth within yourself if you don’t have a past
that you can’t redo. Maybe if I step a toe or two into the future I’d be able to come back to the present
with a bit more game to serve to myself in the present! Set myself up for a spike for what’s to come!