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How did you first decide to do music?? And what made you pick this genre??
[We all grew up on hip hop, rnb and soul music so good music was always around. Hip hop is our main genre but we're definitely open to other genres. We're Limitless]
What does it take for you to be inspired to do a new song?? In what way does the world affect your music??
[We're the type to be inspired by whatever around. Creating music comes so naturally to us it's like 2nd nature. We always pay attention to current events going on in the world so some of our music will definitely be influenced by them]
Do you think the music industry has changed?? If so in what way??
[Yeah, definitely! Nowadays it seems like most artist find a format and stick to it just because it worked for another artist. That's cool if you're trying to get your money I don't knock you. I'm just saying that creativity is missing with the exception of a few artist. Creative & Lyrical content isn't relevant anymore in hip hop & to us that's what hip hop is.]
Who are some of your favorite artist??
[It's some dope unknown talent out here but when it comes to big names most of our favorites prospered between 94'-03'. 
Where did you grow up?? And do you think that had any influence on your style??
[We all grew up in various locations including upstate NY,  Atl, Cali, Jersey & Clevland. That's why our style is so versatile.
Are you in to politics?? If so elaborate
[We're not into politics or anything y'all government tells us.]
What can we expect from you in the future??
[A legit movement. Way bigger than music. Music is just the start. We're Renaissance Men of the New Age.]
What have you accomplished so far?? Music related and non music related
["Chaison's 7even" Ep dropped in Feb. This yr. We also have been featured on Jadakiss & Dj Rob E Rob "Underground" mixtape. We were also featured on the Durrtyboyz "Dope Life" mixtape. Videos "Green Eyes" & "Law of Attraction" has also been released this yr. Our album "Limitless Mindsets & iLL Concepts" will be dropping at the end of the year.
What do you think about conspiracy theories??
Some of them can be farfetched but some of them are very true. Depends on the subject at hand.
Are music videos too controversial??
[Depends on the video, but creativity is creativity no matter how you express it.]
Do you agree that sex sells in the music industry??
[Yeah, of course.]


 Limitless Commission LLC is not only a label and brand, but it's a lifestyle! The name was created solely around the thoughts and mindsets of family oriented individuals! We believe strongly in each other and standing up for thoughts and beliefs shared amongst ourselves and others! No man stands above the crew! We all are equal and stand by that!! Our main foundation as of now is the music. We center a lot of our sound and style around the 90s era of music. We are not limited to that style of music but just an area we have come accustomed to due to our upbringing in the music. We also have ideas in filming, photography, fashion, home decor, catering, and etc. Literally LIMITLESS!! That's why the name fits perfect for our movement. The core members of the Commission are Founders, Rich Brumfield and Michael McCullough. Producers Chaison Brumfield, Royale McCullough, and Sami Abdullah. The artist consist of Joshua "Blessed" Harrison, Royale "Royale Flesh" McCullough, and Irving "TypeNyce" Johnson. Tilar Brumfield is also another artist who's special talents add to the group as a female R&B artist. There are few more artist apart of the group as well and who will be affiliated throughout our growth. Our main goal in life is to spread wide variety of great vision of music and art to the world and have everyone with a Limitless Mindset and ILL Concepts!! #L'$

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