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    q)What does it take for you to be inspired to do a new song?? 
A) other artist inspire me. I like to hear other ppl make good music & that inspires me to go & make the best song that i can. 

q) If you had to do something other than music what would it be??
a) I would just travel the world if i could. See all of the landmarks & beautiful sites all over the world

q)Have you done any shows??
a) Yes i have. I have done about 4 or 5 shows. Some local showcases. Im always looking to do more tho. Rocking the stage is an incredible feeling! 

q) What can we expect from you in the future??
a) I got a couple mixtapes lined up, a few music visuals in the works. I got "Catchin Light" t-shirts coming soon as well. & hopefully more shows coming soon! 

q) How did you first decide to do music?? And what made you pick this genre??
a) I always loved music. I used to play around & make songs in high school. People always told me that i was good with it but i didnt take it serious until 2010. I just was looking at the industry & felt as if i had a chance. 

q)     Is this your first interview??
a) It actually is my first interview & i greatly appreciate the opportunity. Hopefully its the first of many

q) What’s your favorite clothes brand??
a) i don't really have a favorite brand. I just wear whatever looks good on me. It could be any kind of brand. Nothing in particular



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