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How did you begin making music? Who introduced you?

I was in school at the time..I was a sophomore I believe, and I got into music at first because I just loved music in general. Once I hit junior year, I wasn't too much into it for some reason, at least in the beginning of that year. Towards the end of my junior year, I started developing haters, I started talking to more girls, I started realizing who was a true friend and who wasn't. I was working at convenient store in my neighborhood at the time, their for I was experiencing all of those things including hood experiences, for example, I was seeing how the hood really was, I would see prostitutes go in and out, I would see drug deals happening, I got connections for different things, I would see violent fights, etc. Going in towards the middle of my senior year in high school, I started listening to three 6 mafia a lot but I never really related to a lot of what they said, but knowing that it was hard music, it motivated me to start writing lyrics..I would write lyrics into my journals without beats. By the time I knew it, I had the majority of my friends turn into haters,.I had like 3 true friends, many girls trying to talk to me, and a lot of connections. That's when I noticed that I was starting to relate to what three 6 would say in their music about haters, connections, girls, money, and how the hood really is. I took in all of that, especially the haters, and turned it into motivation towards music, because it was one way I can let it all out of my system. Towards the end of my senior year, I met someone, where i worked at, that helped me get recorded. Once high school was over, with the connections I had, I did my first show ever after a month or so, from then I started saving up to build my own studio , and sure enough I did. Ever since then, with more haters, more money, more girls, more connections being added on the daily, more motivation is being taking in and keeps me from refraining from music. I don't talk about what I don't know, I talk about what i've been thru, what I'm gonna do or what I'm doing. Keeping it real, I don't do it to get fame, I don't do it to impress anyone, I do it to prove any doubters wrong, and because it's something I love to do. Anyone would love to get paid for something they love to do, in this case, I'm in love with music, thats all I have to say. 


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