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Conglomerati Exclusive Interview


So tell us about your project!  What is the concept behind your music and the message it conveys?

The concept behind the music for this project is to entertain while provoking thought.  The message it conveys for the most part is treat yourself with value.  Don't let others determine your value because you yourself determine your value. 

Do you find yourself growing as a recording artist? Explain

I do find myself growing as a recording artist.  I feel like growth is part of all aspects of our lives.  And this project is the perfect example of growth because usually I'm a very cerebral artist.  I allowed myself to go with the feel of the songs more than I normally do on this project.

Do you find yourself growing as a recording artist? Explain

My favorite experience musically in recent times is learning more about all aspects of music creation including writing, producing, mixing and mastering.  That's almost always my favorite experience musically lol.

Besides music what other things are you into?

Besides music I'm into healthy eating and living and exploring ways to be mentally healthy.  And when I say mentally healthy, I mean gaining an understanding of better ways to deal with the ills of life.  In other words, getting better with rolling with the punches.

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

Actually, Lalo Schifrin.  You remember the movie Enter the Dragon?  He did the music for that movie...amongst many other movies.  And I have another, John Williams; the guy who did the score for the Star Wars movies amongst many other scores.  Can you imagine a collaboration between a Hip Hop producer and a movie score composer?  Mind blowing!

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

The way I see it, whatever evolutionary step this genre needs to have, will happen.  The question is, will that evolution be heard by the masses?  Or will it remain in the domain of niche oriented obscure music that's only heard by a relatively few people?

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

In years, I see my legacy being forged by 1, keeping the entire culture of Hip Hop alive.  The 4 tenets of Hip Hop culture being DJ-ing, Break Dancing, Graffiti, and MC-ing.  2, to preserve the counterculture nature of Hip Hop.  and 3, establish a balance in music in general.  There's room for street rappers and conscious rappers.  And they both need to be equally heard.

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

I manage to keep a creative mind is music because my mind is trained to create music from life in general.

Any last remarks

Thank you for the interview 

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