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Exclusive Interview with Mr Gr92ve


What is the concept behind your project and the message that it conveys?

Boss Muzik was always envisioned as a trilogy project with an opening, middle and closing volume.  The Godfather trilogy was always an inspiration and I channeled some of that energy into the Boss Muziktrilogy.  Overall, I think you can see my growth as an artist from Boss Muzik one to the finally Boss MuzikIII: Finito.



Do you find yourself growing as a recording artist?

I feel that I have grown tremendously as an artist since my first release.  From beat selection to song writing and exploring new facets.  I have always been a fierce lyricist but being able to say things and put your thoughts down in differing formats has been challenging and I feel I have gotten better with each release.


Suppose if there's another occupation for you besides music, what would it be?

I’d like to say something being creative or running a business, formulating the blueprint for it.


Would you like to have a dream collaboration, if so who would it be with?

If I could get Hov on a track.  To get in the studio and see his process and then try and match the skillset; that would be my dream colab.


Do you feel that your genre of music has a step of evolution to reach?

Rap music is always evolving. It has too. It's the root of all other music. Everyone takes a piece of black music across the world because it's so exciting and cutting edge. To stay that way, we're constantly evolving with every generation and every project inspired by our collective talents. 

Unfortunately, right now we have a generation of copy-cat artists, that all use auto tune and all sound and the same. I am looking to help usher back in the mode of creativity to the genre along with mainstream artists like Kendrick, J Cole, Pusha T who aren’t afraid to push boundaries.


Where in years to come do you see your legacy being forged?

I see my legacy being forged in the years to come when we have kids in Brazil, Honduras, Mexico & Africa recognizing our lyrics, faces and sound. Hopefully, the more of these Videos we release the more acquainted they become with us and judging once again from the numbers that won't be long either. We're expecting 2023-2024 to be extremely strong years for Mr. Groove, Par Da God, B.Touch, The H.M.G. and the whole Hangman Recordings team.


How do you manage to keep a creative mind in making music?

I have been around music my entire life.  Being creative is bred in me.  My uncle was the best artist I’ve ever seen and didn’t have any training.  My family has always been artistic in one form or fashion, so I find that being creative comes instinctively. 


Any last remarks?

I’d like to thank you for speaking with me and want to remind everyone to look me up on the following platforms:

Twitter: @mrgr92ve

IG: @mrgr92ve

Facebook: www.facebook.com/groovetheboss

Official Website: www.groovetheboss.com


Boss Muzik III: Finito available now on your favorite streaming platforms




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