What is your name and what city do you rep?
ABMG Spitta. Miami, FL
Tell us about your latest releases, what inspired you to create them?
My latest release is kill switch, it was just one of the song that’s set the tone for me from here on out that’s how the name came about.
What is unique about you and your music?
I try to make everything as organic as possible, try not to force things and just go with the flows the come to me, but at the same time being versatile so I could bring you whatever.
What shaped your music?
I lost my brother when I was about 10 years ever since then I always needed to vent but never really knew how to get it out, I started rapping about 13-14 and things was taking off then at the age of 16 I lost a close friend of mines to the streets and I just found a way to put all that into the music.
When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?
Before my homie died I wasn’t taking it serious it was just something to do with the boys to pass time but then people started gravitating to it so after he died I just really said ima put my all into for bro.
What type of music do you listen to?
Recently I been listening to a lot of NoCap, Lil Durk, Gherbo etc, I catch my self not listening to music at extended periods of time not on purpose but when I’m self reflecting I like to listen to only me.
What inspires you to write music?
A good beat and the right environment is all I need it’s all about energy sometimes, I feel like my best music come from the pen and pad but as of lately everything been off the top I get into more of a zone when I’m just in front of the mic in the booth.
What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?
Probably take my kids to the park, gotta value family time especially when you putting in a lot of leg work, sometimes you not homes at weeks at a time so I make I put as much time in wit the family as I can.
Happiness to you is…
Putting my mama in a big ass crib and having money for my kids to be able to receive when they get old enough.
What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out?
Stay consistent!, and make the right connections. I’m still learning my self as of right now all I can say is continue to drop yo content and if yo work ethic will speak for itself but nothing comes overnight you gotta put in the work
Tell us about your upcoming projects…
No projects coming as of yet, but I got 50+ tracks ready to drop and I ain’t taking my foot of the gas no time soon.
Where do we find you music / music projects?
All my music is on sound cloud, Apple Music, spotify, YouTube etc
You could find my first project “Jus Coolin” on SoundCloud/Mymixtapez
And my most recent project “In due Time” on Mymixtapez
Any last words for the readers?
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