I am a producer with many hats. I don't claim to be better than any other. I just have my own perspective on music, it's influence, and how people respond to it. I have much more music to release and many more projects to finish. I really hope you enjoy what you hear and promise to continue to bring music to you that will be your comfort blanket.
Music is something I can see in my mind, but cannot describe as a vision. Music feeds a part of me that nothing else can. It's not a brain thing too much, it's more of a Human feeling type experience. It's what literally moves people.
Wow. Good question! My dream of having a home studio is a dream come true, so I can't use that as and answer. (big sigh) My music dream is to use hip hop, and all of it's now sub-genres, as a music for healing and having a good time. As it was originally intended.
A national standard for driving. simple rules, like, being aware of what's going on around you..as you share the road with other drivers. That's a fair start right?
"1999" by Prince ties with "Get Stupid Fresh" by Mantronix.
THE ROOTS Run DMC OutKast Goodie Mob Organized Noize Common Mos Def Souls of Mischief To Name A Few.
Lord have mercy.. ok It's in my blood. Can't explain much deeper than that. I can match my punk ass day job income writing music. Most of all, I want to make sure my family, friends, and their families are well.
I don't really have a message. I think it would be nice to influence how the listener feels if or when they hear the beat language. I come from a land where beats are everything.
I've never been to good at feeling like the man of the hour. Being on stage doesn't really go with my natural being. I suppose I can be an observer..from the stage. But I've been in front of an audience countless times, since childhood. To me, being on stage is like saying "hey I'm great, let me show ya!" *tap dances* I get it though, people want to see you do it live. Kind of exciting when I think of it that way..
Mainstream music has created a very dark and popular path to success.
So far, it seems pretty cool.
Being a musician in a world where "successful" musicians are only on TV or radio, in the minds of friends and family.
Not really. Most local artist are trying to sound like what they hear on the radio. That doesn't usually work out well without a serious music marketing budget, or major label contract.
The audience needs to be entertained by the idea of the musician accepting them as a friend.
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