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Discover exclusive interview with ‘Suburbanq, or Q The Suburban’ !!! Inspirational story

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Leonard : What is your name and what city do you rep?

My real name is Quamere, but my stage name is Suburbanq, or Q The Suburban. And best believe I’m Repping that 908, gorgeous borough named Roselle. Grew up there and everything.

Leonard : Tell us about your latest releases, what inspired you to create them?

As of right now my latest releases will be my new 2 singles, So Good, and Love. My inspiration came from what’s going on with our black and brown people. What we go through on the daily, and I tell a unique perspective on my song love. So good was inspired by a beautiful woman I met, we hit it off, and she’s one of the coolest people I ever met. I had to make a song about her. A new project is Underway, called From Jersey With Love. That’s the title for now, be on the look out for it during the summer.

Leonard : What is unique about you and your music?

Well what’s unique about me, is that I do what makes me happy, I write what I want to write about. And not about what’s popular right now, I’m more interested In making meaningful songs, that have longevity.

Leonard : When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

I first realized I was going to make music professionally, after I got a lot of feedback from one of got a lot of feedback from one of and After I got a lot of feedback from my peers, and strangers. My first single was called me “Pop Me.”

I was young when I made it at the time, and if you listen you can hear how young I sounded lol. I’m very open minded when it comes listening to music, I thank my mom for that. So I listen to all genres, from pop, to heavy metal, to indie, to country, to Afro pop. You name it, I’ve probably listened to it already.

Leonard : What type of music do you listen to?

I’m very open minded when it comes listening to music, I thank my mom for that. So I listen to all genres, from pop, to heavy metal, to indie, to country, to Afro pop. You name it, I’ve probably listened to it already.

Leonard : What inspires you to write music?

I’m inspired by conversations I have with my peers, older adults, and sometimes young kids. Everyone has a unique perspective about themselves, everyone has had problems, and everyone usually has a solution for how they got over it. That and the world problems we face today as black people.

Leonard : What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

When I’m not making music, you can honestly catch me modeling, or promoting my self and my team. The work is only the beginning, so I’m pretty much like a workaholic.

Leonard : What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out?

Honestly, if someone would have told me, that writing everyday, and making at least one beat a day, would help you find your style  and allow you to become more comfortable with yourself as an artist. Also being a musician is a full time job, that when you first start off, your just waiting to get paid. Everything pays off in the end, but you have to be willing to put yourself out there and accept all forms of criticism.

Leonard : Where do we find you music / music projects?

And last but not least, you can find my upcoming releases, and released singles on Apple Music, Tidal, Spotify, YouTube, And SoundCloud.

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Earthworm Lean is a true definition of a hustler in the music industry

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Earthworm

Tell us a little about yourself?

My name Earthworm Lean coming out of Clayton County, GA. Making music always was a hobby for me. Telling on a beat how i do, a gift i refuse to let go to waste. We might can’t talk about it one on one but i for sure can put it in a perspective in a song.

How would you describe your latest single?

Step on you saying I’m not forcing my hand no more. Realizing how far I came in life and just valuing yourself. It’s okay to feel conceited.

How did you get started in the music business in the first  place?

Watching my Pops as a kid. Just being around him when I was young seeing it gave me the stride.

How did you come up with your artist name?

Playing spades and I got dealt a bad hand. In the midst of me celebrating cause i set who i was playing i said “I get it out the mudd like a earthworm. Im gone make something out of nothing everytime” And my name already Lean so I just threw Earthworm in front of it.

How long have you been in the music industry?

About 4 years

When can fans expect the visuals for the single?

Soon

Who are your inspirations in the music industry?

Everybody. From underground to mainstream everybody come up different. That’s that little piece of hope that kept me pushing this long.

How do you go about writing a song and what is your process?

I usually punch in. But if i am writing i can stick to the subject more. I can deliver a lot more punchlines

Any plans on touring to promote your latest single?

Yeah . Florida for sure. But a 90 day run.

What are must haves when your in the studio working?

Lemonade, my smoke. Just me and the engineer in the lab. A crowd distracts me.

What is the best piece of advice in this business you actually followed?

Keep going

Name an artist(s) that you would love to work with?

Dopeboy RA, Future, Lil Baby, Big Moochie Grape, RodWave, Yung Mal, and Ne-Yo

What’s your all-time favourite song?

How i been by NBA Youngboy

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Fonz of Tha Mobb Fam: Is Ready To Break Mainstream

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Fonz of Tha Mobb Fam is an on the rise recording artist. Writing poetry is what ultimately got him into music. After obtaining radio notoriety for one of his infamous remixes to Busta Rhymes “TOUCH IT” he knew that he wanted to pursue music wholeheartedly. Fonz of Tha Mobb has a very diverse and authentic sound. He meshes Rhythm and Street. He states “I’ve always been the type to paint a picture well with my words. So bringing a story that u can move to and relate to is always my aim”. 

 

When creating new records he focuses on his personal life experiences or solely from a topic that comes to his mind. Whatever he is in a vibe for at the moment and makes sense for the track he flows off of the vibe. Currently he is pushing his latest release which is his album ” PRODUCT OF MY HABITAT” which released 1/16/23/. This is his 4th album to date. Features songs like “MY CITY” painting a image of life in San Francisco. Songs like “HOLD UP” which it’s OFFICIAL VIDEO drops February 1st on all video platforms.

 

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TPP Ghost: Breakout Artist From The DMV Area Is Next Up

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TPP Ghost is an American recording artist from Virginia. Being an artist from Virginia he knows the state has a ton of talent. Artists such as Timberland, Chris Brown, Pharrell Williams, Missy Elliot and many others flourished from the commonwealth. Virginia produces legend status type of artists.

TPP Ghost plans to be the next breakout artist from the area. He has his own style and sticks to being authentic and raw. His music is his way to express his life and experiences through an artform. He has been tearing up the NOVA and whole DMV area with some of his most recent releases including “Ride With Me” and “Don’t Slip

Do not miss out on this sensational artist who has more than what it takes to be in the lane of all mainstream artists.

 

 

 

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