Tell me about yourself? Where you come from ? Briefly describe about yourself?
I’m originally from Riverdale, Ga. The South side of Atlanta. I’m 26 years old. Growing up I played sports such as basketball, ran track, but what I loved most was cheering and dancing; Which I did most of my life. In high school I was the captain of the cheerleading team and graduated in 2015. When I was 22 I moved to LA in 2020 during the pandemic. I became a nail tech and bout 8 months later I opened my own Beauty Salon.
What first got you into music?
I’ve always loved and had a passion for music. Growing up I remember always dancing and singing to the songs on the radio or watching 106 & Park. Also in my early 20’s I knew and hung out with a lot of people who were either an artist, producer, or engineer; so I would always find myself in the studio. One day I just decided to jump in the booth to see if I could make a hit.
How would you describe the music that you typically create?
I typically like to make fun music you can vibe and turn up to. I want people to feel confident and fierce when they hear my music. Although, I consider myself pretty versatile so the music that I make can be motivational, inspirational, controversial, or just a love song. I want to make music people can relate to on a day to day
Who would you most like to collaborate with?
I have been a fan of Chris Brown since I was in 3rd grade. Chris Brown is my favorite R&B artist. He’s so talented across the board from his dancing, singing, song writing, and acting. It’s nothing he can’t do; I admire his dedication and it’s shows in his craft. It would be an amazing opportunity you with him. Lil Baby been one of my favorite rap artist since he came out. Out of most of these new rappers I feel like he actually has a message behind what he is saying in his raps. He understands there is a bigger picture than gun, drugs, and violence
What is one message you would give to your fans?
Stay true to yourself! Never let anyone influence you into doing something that doesn’t reflect who you are as a person. Now a days everyone is influenced by social media and how life is perceived. Learn who are you and what you stand for as a person. If you don’t stand for nothing, you’ll fall for anything.
What is the most useless talent you have?
Everything about me is useful
What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?
If I weren’t pursuing a music career, I’d be channeling my creativity into the world of fashion designing. The art of creating unique styles and expressing oneself through clothing is incredibly appealing.
Run It Up Which famous musicians do you admire?
Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson are iconic figures in the music industry, and their talent and contributions are truly admirable. Whitney’s incredible voice and Michael’s groundbreaking innovation in pop music have left a lasting legacy that continues to inspire musicians and fans around the world.
What is the best advice you’ve been given?
“Learn from your mistakes.” This advice encourages individuals to see their mistakes as opportunities for growth and improvement, which can lead to a more resilient and successful life.
If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
It’s a common concern in the music industry that many artists face financial challenges and don’t receive their fair share of earnings, especially with the complexities of streaming and record deals. If I could change something, it would be to ensure that artists are better compensated for their work and have more control over their careers and income. This would help support the artists who bring so much creativity and joy to the world.