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Rodd Jimmerson Exclusive Interview




So Rodd, what is it like in Bolivar, Tennessee? Can you tell us a little about your upbringing? 

My upbringing was middle class youngest of two. Surrounded by family and church. Small town but fun. Some hardships but I persevered. 

I understand you do both Soul and Christian music, can you tell us what inspires you to do these popular genres? I was inspired to do Soul and Christian because I was surrounded by it throughout my childhood. 

Is it anybody you would like to work with, if so what would be the motivation?
I would love to work with Mali Music and Jasmine Sullivan.

Is it anybody you would like to work with, if so what would be the motivation?
 What was behind Dance is that I love to party when I get a chance rare. Dance was inspired by the love of a party atmosphere having a good time. 

So being tossed between two genres, is there any genre you love the most?
The genre I love the most hard to say cause I love both lol I do. 

Can you tell us about your latest project?
The lastest project Believe Featuring Jon Kross is about real life struggle with a good message and video. Its currently available on all digital outlets.

What are your near future plans?
Future plans are to keep making quality music and videos along with getting back in to doing comedy. 

Besides music, what are some other things you like to do?
Other things I like to is my own movie in which I'm kinda working on it now which is a lot of work and money lolol.


Any last remarks?
Thank you once again. Much love and gratitude.

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