Interview w/ G-Ron

How are you today?

great… Ready to work like always

Who were some of your influences growing up?

growing up I was deep in the death row era. Pac, Dre, snoop.. But Biggie, the lox, Jay Z and DMX where influential too

Who would you say your individual style most resembles?

I have southern slang, with a east coast flow and a mid west style… So I have no idea lmao

Now you are signed under Brian Angel’s label, he raves about you all the time. How did this relationship get started?

I’ve known him before the fame, before MTV. That’s my big brother. So now we riding together with this movement

What projects are you currently working on?

working on my EP death b4 dishonor right now… Looking to drop it mid feb or early march

What inspires you to go to the studio and unleash your artistic creativity?

self motivation… In my eyes failure is not an option so I gotta do what I gotta do to get it done

Are there any current artists that you’d like to work with outside of Houston?

I wanna work wit a lot of ppl but I would say young buck, ti, snoop, Dre, dip set

What will it take for you to tell yourself that you made it in the business?

I need a couple of successful albums and to be respected and known as a good artist

For those who have not heard your music yet or been introduced to you, in your eyes why should they pay attention to G-Ron?

I’m a breath of fresh air in a watered down industry… Ima give the ppl me, 100% of the time my music is refreshing

That was my final question. Is there anything you’d like to say to your fans/supporters/followers?

I just wanna thank everyone for the support and love and be on the lookout for me… I’m coming

Thanks for taking the time to chat @TheRealGRON  

no problem, thank u for having me…

Be on the lookout for G-Ron’s future projects. Check out one of his videos

Interview w/ Done Wright

Brooklyn artist Done Wright took some time out of his schedule to talk his inspirations and plans for the future

How are you doing today?

Fa sho…I’m good thanks for asking, just putting some thoughts & plans together for my future.

You grew up in New York, how did your surroundings influence you?

Growing up in South Side Queens influenced to be aggressive in life and it also allowed me to appreciate the value of life.

What inspired you to pursue music?

Different things inspired me, my moms playing R&B, my pops playing Reggae + my big bro playing Hip Hop, it was all around me

Who were some artists that you enjoyed listening to growing up?

Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Kool G Rap, Rakim, Nas, 2 Pac, Mobb Deep, Biggie just to name a few.

What kind of projects are you currently working on right now?

I’m working on my 2nd album “Supply Work, Demand Respect”, my next project is “A Beautiful Mind” mixtape which is already done.

What can we expect from this mixtape?

On the production side its all original beats. On content side (lyrics) it will give the listener more definition of who I am.

Currently, do you see any artists/producers today that you’d like to work with?

Absolutely. I would like to work with TI, Luda, Nas, Jay and OutKast. Producers, Dr Dre, Kanye & Havoc

You have an album out which people can get on itunes, you been featured on sites such as WSHH, what’s your ultimate goal?

My ultimate goal is to build HardWork Entertainment to the level of Bad Boy, Cash Money or how Roc-A-Fella was & sign talent.

Is this the label you’re signed to or is this a label you are trying to get going?

Yes, this is the label I’m trying to get going, its set up as an LLC…I own it

Thats good to hear! What do you feel are the necessary qualities an artist should have to be signed to your label?

Have a great worth ethic, be extremely talented, and be humble.

How would you describe your style? your flow? Have you been compared to any artists?

“Style” witty, charismatic, & thought provoking..”flow” depends on the record…sometimes I’m layed back other times aggressive. In High School (Downtown Brooklyn) they used to call me Rakim…I have been compared to Nas & Cormega.

Before I take up more of your time, what are your top 5 fav tracks of all-time?

Ok cool… Nas “Take It In Blood”, Biggie “Respect”, Jay Z “Money, Cash, Hoes”, 2 Pac “Brenda Got A Baby”, 50 Cent “This Is 50”

With that comes the end of this Twitterview. Any last words/comments/shoutouts for your supporters and future listeners?

S/O to everybody that supports me. Shout out to ya’ll for bringing something different to the game!!!

I want to thank you for taking the time out of your weekend to do this Twitterview. Stay on your grind.

No prob…Fa sho!!!

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