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How did you first get into music?

Having Congolese origins, we listened to music 24/7 at home. almost all day. Instead, I got closer to rap music when I was 6/7 years old, my older brother would come back from the clubs in the evening, with CDs of new rap songs, and moreover when I went to visit my father, he had all the R&B songs on his computer, like Mary J Blige, Ne Yo, Craig David etc.

Greatest Strength/Greatest Weakness?

My greatest strength is my family. When things are good for my family there is nothing that I can destroy. My greatest weakness is being too humble. In the world we live in today; humility is a sign of weakness.

What interests or hobbies do you have outside of music?

Since I was little I have always loved sport, I played football, basketball, boxing and rugby. Since I arrived in London five years ago, I also started to develop my entrepreneurial side. for now, I dedicate myself to it when I have free time, but later I would like to make my entrepreneurial aspect as professional as the music I do.

How do you nurture your own creativity?

I only have one unique way to cultivate my creativity, live! A lot of times I take long periods of time off, from writing songs or composing music, because living life, living people, living love, and the fuel that then makes me want to make music and write real bars. I have always written what I lived, so it is important for me to live in order to grow my creativity.

What is your creative process when making music?

I don't have a creative process, it depends on the days, it depends on the environment around me. Most of the time if the instrumental melody is good, that's all I need to get ideas for composing. Obviously a glass of fresh Jack Daniel’s always helps to generate ideas.

Who has been your most influential teacher or mentor?

My mentor is Isi Noice, a rapper, DJ, and producer well known in northern Italy. I met him when I was 12, so 16 years ago. He taught me how to rap, he took me to clubs for the first time to do concerts, and even when he became famous he always wanted me by his side. Everything I know now and do now is thanks to him.

What are your interests outside of work?

Outside of work, I'm always interested in growing my image, so I also like fashion and clothes. In the Congo, my country of origin, the culture of fashion is very present, so I grew up among relatives who dressed in a flashy way. Later I hope to have the opportunity to collaborate with some brands.

What is your main inspiration?

Living inspires me. I've been making music since I was 12, and consequently in recent years I've built a world that revolves around music. So, what I experience every day inspires me, but above all when I travel, and the plane is about to take off... it's the part that inspires me the most.

What is your proudest achievement as far as an artist?

I'm proud of many things in my career. I've never had a gold record or anything similar, but I've had the opportunity to work with artists of great calibre, sing on very coveted stages, and to live and travel thanks to music. It still makes me proud because I see the new generations who appreciate what I have done in the past and can see me as an example to follow in music.

Who have you been able to work with so far?

So far I have had the opportunity to work with Isi Noice, Momoney, a well-known rapper and beatmaker, Laioung, also well-known rapper and beatmaker. When his album with Sony came out in 2016, he put me on the album as a feature in a song, and on the album there were big names like Guè Pequeno. Here in London, I was invited by the creative director Franklin Fresh to be part of his Nike advertising.

Any top-level artists/musicians/DJs that have given you a shout out?

The collective here I was part of from 2015 to 2018, namely THE RRR MOB, was already a high-level group. they had a contract with Sony Music, and the album released in 2017, in which I am present in 2 songs. This had received a lot of recognition from the public, as well as most of the group's videos, on YouTube, have at least 1 million views per head.


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