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Monsta Yo’ Disover what does he say in interview?

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Monsta Yo' Disover what does he say in interview?

Journalist- Please, introduce yourself?

I go by the name of Monsta Yo. I’m from Long Beach California. Growing up in a hard life I made a lot of wrong decisions that ended up costing me my life for a very long period of time. But now as a grown man I make better choices and do what it takes as a responsible person to succeed in everything that I do. It’s all about inspiring others showing them that they can make it through struggle just like you did.

Journalist– What got you into music and made you realize that it was your chosen path?

What got me into music was that I realize that at a young age that music was the journal of my life. In every period there was something inspiring about a song that makes me remember everything. I wanted to be someone who could do the same for someone else and so I began to dab in the music here and there until one day I realized that I actually had a talent. The main person who got me wanting to really get into this field of entertainment was Tray Dee from the East sidaz.  He was someone that I knew and had always been inspired by. And I knew that if he could do it I could do it. And that’s what got me serious about hip Hop.

Journalist- Tell us about your new single. And what’s the story behind it?

My new single is title Sociopath Monsta Yo feat Young Buck, Small Will, Lord Daze… The single itself is a breakthrough release that’s showing the world that I deserve to be in this position of entertainment. It gives you an in-depth variety of heavy hitters with the west coast East Coast and down south swag. It’s a real game changer. We even have Jason Statham introducing us. People are really going to feel this vibe.

Journalist- What makes your music unique?

What makes my music unique is that I don’t sound like everybody else. Everyone is using Auto tunes and they have this common culture sound in hip hop. With me I sound like me I vibe in a way that makes you appreciate the uniqueness of where I’m coming from and how I’m laying it down on the tracks. You’ll be able to hear my intelligence while at the same time know that I’m a beast on so many levels.

Journalist-What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

The advice that I would give to aspiring musicians is that the one thing you should never stop doing is believing in yourself. There’s so many people in this world that’s going to be your naysayers and they’re going to try to bring you down and make you feel less than. There’s so many people that’s going to tell you that you suck and that you don’t cut it. You have to become your own best cheerleader and drive yourself  and motivate yourself to keep going. Also promotion is everything, understand the business of promotion and marketing. That’s what’s going to take you far, it’s the connections and bonds you make that make the most sense. Be true to your word regardless who around you is not true to their word, and I’m telling you people will see that and appreciate that and respect that. That’s the advice I would give.

Journalist- And any particular artist/band you would like to collaborate with in the future?

Absolutely I would love to collaborate with tech N9ne, Tray Dee, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Twista, Busta Rhymes, Snoop dogg, Warren g, and Ludacris.

Journalist- Any upcoming projects?

I’m working on my album now. And I’m also putting together a few singles that are about to surprise a lot of people.. I’m not going to mention the collaborations but it’s going to be a bunch of heavy hitters to say the least.

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  1. Rena Pennix Alexander

    April 2, 2022 at 3:14 am

    This was a very interesting article that will inspire many upcoming artist. I love music especially when it’s unique. There are people who love a great beat and some that love the words. The words are really important because a great song is produced by great lyrics than the beat follows. Whatever the preference music unites people of all denominations.

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King B, One of the owners of WorldwideHustle talks about his creation in the music industry

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How long has music been a part of your life?

Answer: I was born musically talented. Music came to me young as a child, I started off early singing gospel songs and praise dancing with my family for my granny’s church, singing, dancing, then started writing my own lyrics at a early age as well before 10 years old.

If it wasn’t for music, where would you be now?

Answer: If it wasn’t for music, I would still found my way I believe to use my voice somehow. I was born with multiple talents and a gift for creation as a whole. I am now a film writer, actor, author, marketing, company branding, creating websites, fashion/architecture ideas, the list continues…

How did you come to realize that music was the way forward for you?

Answer: I was always known in my family for my talent, before I was entertaining for the public, I was entertaining for my family. I always knew I wanted music, it’s really hard to explain.

If you had to sacrifice one skill, which would you least like to let go, and why?

Answer: If I had to sacrifice creation as a whole I wouldn’t want to live. I wouldn’t be able to cope with anything in life. I would feel stuck.

In what way do you aim to make a difference?

Answer: I aim to make a difference in not only music & how music is heard, but a difference in humanity. I want to show people that’s it’s okay to be exactly who you are & you can overcome

your pain. Never be afraid to give your lights to others, which in God’s eyes that means more than any materialistic thing you can gain. I’m all about making a difference in our community as well, showing kids it’s okay to not be violent, use your gift that we all have inside.

If you could partner with any other record label who would it be and why?

Answer: I don’t have any favorite record label I would wanna work or partner with.

What does Worldwide Hustle look for when searching for talent?

Answer: Worldwide Hustle looks for talent. That is all we are looking for, real talent, we are artist development as well.

Where is your career heading? What’s the vision for Worldwide Hustle?

Answer: My career is headed towards a international break through, along with every artist we are behind. Worldwide Hustle will continue to create stars with star power.

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Taevione Lanier also known as Tae Daproducer is an producer- artist from Birmingham AL,
that has been heating up recently in the rap game. He has been dropping music videos along
with producer content on Youtube this past year and has gotten a good amount of attention.

Tae Daproducer has over 100k views on his Youtube videos & nearly 15k followers on Instagram. Tae Daproducer also has over 20,000 monthly listeners on Spotify , which is continuing to grow. Tae DaProducer looks to keep his momentum going by dropping more music , YouTube videos , and beats on his numerous platforms.

Tae Daproducer has set the standards high for many upcoming artists-producers. He is not only gaining love and fandom for his melodic songs and beats , but also for his risk taking ability to branch into new styles and creative lanes. His focus has always been the people because without them he would be nowhere and his talent would be unheard.Tae Daproducer has always crafted his songs with his fans and audience in mind and believes that to be the best and only approach if you want to truly connect with your fans.

You can find him on all the major platforms such as Apple Music , Instagram , Spotify , and
YouTube simply by searching…

(Apple Music ,Spotify, YouTube ) : Tae Daproducer
(Instagram) : TaeDaproducer_

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Gucci Gordy turns his music hobby into a lifestyle

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Q. Who is Gucci Gordy? Gucci Gordy is the mmelinum version of Barry Gordy of Motwn.

Q. How’d you get into the music industry to begin with? I started in St Louis, and it started out as a hobby.

Q. Why would an artist get dropped from a major label? Does it all just come down to the bottom line? An artist would get dropped by not meeting expectations versus the risk of the investment. It does because labels lose a lot of money because they spend money frivolously and if an artist don’t recoup their money, they get dropped. Major Labels spend money differently and artist are left to recoup. Any artist would have to have an upward trajectory.

Q. I constantly hear incredibly impressive singing talents in places like the rice houses in St. Louis or even street corners in Detroit … why don’t some people get discovered while other less talented people do? Because they work harder. If it’s meant to happen, it will happen.

Q. Which is more important for musician’s success: talent or marketability? Both

Q. How important is seeing a band play live in deciding whether to sign them? Important because you get to see the full package from their stage presence, crowd interaction, and crowd likability.

Q. How do A&R’s search for new talent these days? Word of mouth and research on all social media platforms.

Q. How do you stay organized in such a vast industry? Repeating the same protocol, creating a curriculum and staying consistent by creating a regime and sticking to the process.

Q. What was the most recent signing that you were a part of? I signed Leeky G Bando, artist based out of New York, Chris Echols, and Destineeee Lynn.

Q. Where can the world follow you? @guccigordy

Q. What’s next for you in the music world? As an executive, my next move is scaling the business up by diversifying my portfolio by signing labels and international artist.

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