1. How Long Have You Been In The Rap Industry?
2 Years (2018)
2. Who Are Your Major Influences In Your Music?
Micheal Jackson, Tupac, NWA, OutKast, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, T.I., Jeezy, Future
3. What Is Your First Single? – Or What Single Do You Have Out Now?
First SIngle is “DM Suave – Faded”
4. Who Do You Have On Your Album?
5. How Did You Get Into The Rap Industry?
Investing & Networking, going to networking events and doing shows in the city.
6. Where Were You Born? – Where Do You Live Now?
Jacksonville, FL & South Maryland
7. Who Would You Like To Work With That You Haven’t Already?
Wale, Tory Lanes, PartyNextDoor, Future, Drake, Lil Wayne, Young Thug
8. Who Is Your Favorite Rapper You Like Right Now?
9. Who Do You Think Is The Hottest Producer Out?
What Would You Say To That Producer On Why They Should Work With You?
Hit Maker, I can make a song to any beat. I’m easy to work with, we can make a hit 7 days out the week. Don’t matter Hip-Hop or R&B.
10. How Did You Come Up With Your Album Title?
Sum It Up, & Just a Concept of the Music
11. What Is Your Favorite Song On Your Album?
“Turn It Up”, Had fun in the studio making it, High Energy, Makes you wanna TURN UP. I can ask for nothing less.
12. Which Song On Your Album Means The Most Too You?
Mi$$ Understood, I left a lot of me in there. It’s me being real with myself about the world.
13. Who Are You Signed With?
14. When Is Your Album Release Date?
15. What Cities Do You Plan On Touring?
LA, Houston, Tampa, Austin, ATL, DC, Miami
16. What Female Rapper Or Artist Do You Think Is The Sexiest?
17. What Would You Like To See From The Music Industry Over The Next Year?
Working Outward from DC to other big cities on the East Coast. Working with talented videographers, photographers, and a solid team.
18. What Is Your Second Single Going To Be?
19. If You Could Compare Yourself To An Already Established Artist, Who Would That Be And Why?
Tory Lanez, I can sing, rap with melody, and make marketable songs for the ladies (R&B); bars for days.
20. What Do You Think Your Listeners Will Get Out Of Your Music?
Inspiration to chase more than what they see. Every block has an end, every pile of dirt gets has to grass. What side of it all do you go be on? How you gone get there? What you are gone do to stay there? You gotta chase the bag but at the end of the day are you physically ready for anything, are you getting the most out of your relationship, are you enjoying your life. Listeners will learn that negative energy only holds you back from the positive in your life. They will learn to appreciate the life they live, it can be gone any second, any day.
21. What Were You Thinking About When Your Songs Are Developed? Explain Your Process?
Any inspiration for my music comes from past experiences, I listen to the beat and let my thoughts tell me what to write. The melody and vibe come from having fun recording in the studio.
22. Who Got You Started In The Rap Industry?
My Ex managed a few artists in Texas before me, gave me my first few steps, the rest was networking.
23. What Made You Want To Get Into The Music Business?
I’m Independent because I choose to be. I appreciate the art of the struggle & the hustle, it’s what listeners like to hear. The saying is, get a career doing what you love to do, then it won’t feel like work. I love the hustle, I’ve been working hard for what I got since I can remember. I put a lot of time, effort, and money into my craft. Too much talent for it to go to waste.
24. How Does Your Family Feel About Your Music And Your Choice Of Career?
My family wasn’t with it at first; too many garbage music out and there. They thought mine was gone be the same. This was the same time “Soundcloud Rappers’ started flooding in, but when they heard my music on my first project they wanted to hear more. They shared my music with their friends and social media. All my family supports my music, they play and share daily.
25. What Is The Most Difficult Thing You’ve Had To Endure In Life?
Falling in too deep, a few times my life was up in the air. God helped me through a lot because I swear I shouldn’t be here today. I Made a lot of bad decisions, trusted the wrong people, fell in a few holes but pressed through all that. I have been applying pressure. Now I’m in a position where I can tell my audience how I got through all of it, hopefully, I can save a few lives, and help everyone else.
26. What Do You Hope To Accomplish With Your Music?
I want to help fans through tough situations. Give hope when there’s only a little left, help people make it out of the struggle and live life the way they wanna live it. Everything has been about coming up in the streets. It’s about learning how to survive and getting to the next step.
27. What’s The Demographic You Are Trying To Reach Out To?
Major City minority men & women between 21 – 35.
28. How Do You Usually Come Up With Your Songs?
I reminisce when I listen to beats, wherever the beat takes me is where imma take the listener. The flow keeps your attention and the melodies for the vibe.
29. What Is Your Goal And Height That You Want To Reach With Your Music?
Set a higher bar for Artists. It takes a talented person to make HARD songs, then party music, leave messages in the music, and do R&B type music. To point where every year one of my songs is up for a Grammy. I want each one of my songs on different types of Big Screen movies. No matter where I go I can’t stop hearing my own voice because people all over the world want to listen to my music. I want to be recognized as the greatest songwriter of all time.
30. What Influenced You Outside Of Hip Hop Rap That Has Helped You Form Your Style?
I have experience in Spoken Word and Public Speaking from school. My daily life shapes a lot of my music, my mother had me at 16. We went through a lot of the struggle together. Pops was in locked, and I had a brother and sister
31. How Can People Reach You?
People can reach me on Instagram @dmsuave; Facebook: DelMar Suave; Twitter: Delmar Suave; Email: email@example.com
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