1. How Long Have You Been In The Rap Industry?
I started taking things serious in 2019 so, about 3 years.
2. Who Are Your Major Influences In Your Music?
My major influences are Kayracks, Giotto Grant, KC2TIMES, KC Racks, Drake, Lil Wayne and Young Dolph
3. What Is Your First Single? – Or What Single Do You Have Out Now?
My first single that i released was in 2019 called “G Code.” It was basically me introducing the type of person i am and led to me making “Got Me Fucked Up.”
4. Who Do You Have On Your Album?
On my upcoming album i will have Kayracks, Giotto Grant, KC2TIMES, KC Racks and AyooKD on it.
5. How Did You Get Into The Rap Industry?
Honestly, I didn’t really get too much into it until i met Kelby from Makin It Magazine. He was one of the first people to acknowledge my work and give me feedback and inspiration that overall made me a better artist and businessman. That caused me to go in the direction of the Rap Industry.
6. Where Were You Born? – Where Do You Live Now?
I was born in Cleveland, Ohio. I currently live in Texas due to me being in the Military. But, I definitely plan on staying after.
7. Who Would You Like To Work With That You Haven’t Already?
I would love to work with Boosie. The way i carry myself as an artist is due to him. He’s just unapologetically himself and that’s what I’m big on, being Myself regardless of anything.
8. Who Is Your Favorite Rapper You Like Right Now?
Right now my favorite rapper is KC2TIMES.
09. Who Do You Think Is The Hottest Producer Out? – What Would You Say To That Producer On Why They Should Work With You?
This a tough one. I would have to go with Zaytoven cause he has always been my favorite.
I would say that, i have a crazy work ethic and its unseen because I’m so lowkey. I’m always ready for anything and i love to learn from producer’s and audio engineers in general. They have a different ear for music than artist themselves and don’t really get enough credit. I’m really big on being a student of producers. I wanna learn from them. It can only make me better overall.
10. How Did You Come Up With Your Album Title?
My album title “Got Me Fucked Up,” came from the headaches of life. I was going through so much and people was trying me left and right. I’m a really cool and humble person but people tend to take advantage of that. So, i got fed up and then, Got Me Fucked Up happened.
11. What Is Your Favorite Song On Your Album?
My favorite song is actually the first one I released from the album also titled, “Got Me Fucked Up.” It gives you the first real feeling of the album.
12. Which Song On Your Album Means The Most Too You?
My song “Brazen” is the one that i love the most. It’s gives you the best picture of who i am and how i think.
13. Who Are You Signed With?
I currently have an Artist Development Deal with Bentley Records. But, I’m still independent and sign to my own label, “Green Mob.”
14. When Is Your Album Release Date?
The release date of the Album “Got Me Fucked Up”, is June 1st. Of course mixtapes and singles will drop before then.
15. What Cities Do You Plan On Touring?
My primary focus for now is getting my city behind me. They are the backbone of my music career. Then, of course Texas cause i love Texas. The energy is like no other place I’ve ever been to.
16. What Female Rapper Or Artist Do You Think Is The Sexiest?
I would have to say, Eve or Rubi Rose.
17. What Would You Like To See From The Music Industry Over The Next Year?
I would like to see more Independent Artist going mainstream while keeping their Independent Status.
18. What Is Your Second Single Going To Be?
My second single is going to be “Brazen.” The name pretty sums up what it’s going to be like.
19. If You Could Compare Yourself To An Already Established Artist, Who Would That Be And Why?
Boosie hands down. He don’t care, he do him. My slogan is “I’m Me.” The main person i see that stand on that is Boosie.
20. What Do You Think Your Listeners Will Get Out Of Your Music?
Listeners will not only have something they could turn up to or work out to, they will be given free game also. I pride myself on dropping a few gems on every song. Some things I say may change a persons life. I want people to hear my music and be like, “ So I’m Not The Only One Who Think Like That” Or i want it to help them understand a situation they are going through better.
21. What Were You Thinking About When Your Songs Are Developed? Explain Your Process?
When i create my music i try to stay as realistic as possible. I don’t want to glamorize my lifestyle. I stay true to myself. I start with how i feel at that moment or something that just recently happened and i hold that energy for the entire process. I basically vent about it on my songs. Sometimes i start with the hook because i want my hooks to summarize the entire song. Then i go to the verse and start venting.
22. Who Got You Started In The Rap Industry?
Bentley Records and Makin It Magazine. Luca Dayz and Kelby inspired me to do what i do now. I would always watch the live reviews from Makin It Magazine just to hear Kelby drop gems and plus i love the realistic energy. Plus, the man is funny as fuck to me. The way he put hating artist in check is priceless. The crybaby artist can’t handle this man but all he say is real shit that i first hand learned from experience. It’s no fake shit in those live reviews and no hating either. Luca Dayz and Bentley records currently mentor me and help with my music career at this moment. Paying attention to how Luca Dayz move got me here now and the support of Bentley Records.
23. What Made You Want To Get Into The Music Business?
Young Dolph was my inspiration for the Business Side of music. The way he did his thing independently was astounding. I followed him from the beginning and learned that I don’t need to sign a deal make it big. He is why i am Independent today. Russ also, I learned from him how to finesse the labels with leverage in case i do sign a deal.
24. How Does Your Family Feel About Your Music And Your Choice Of Career?
My family didn’t really see me as a rapper at first. My older brothers, Giotto Grant and Kayracks was the ones we all looked at as the rappers of the family. I was a surprise to everyone except them of course. But, my family back me 100%.
25. What Is The Most Difficult Thing You’ve Had To Endure In Life?
My difficult moment was actually not so long ago. I got deployed and while overseas i lost my cousin, nephew and one of my older brothers. On top of that, my marriage wasn’t on good terms and it was difficult to make music because of deployment. I still managed to get a studio out there and make music in the bathroom lol. My entire EPs “Kill Rome” and “2 Fucks Not Given” was recorded in a Bathroom while i was deployed.
26. What Do You Hope To Accomplish With Your Music?
I hope my music inspires someone to unapologetically be themselves. My entire movement is based off me being who i am and nothing different. My slogan “I’M Me,” came from my brother JP who passed away while i was deployed. I carry his legacy and mines.
27. What’s The Demographic You Are Trying To Reach Out To?
My primary focus is those who are a bridge like myself. What i mean by this is those who are in between the streets and the average persons life. We connect the streets and average person because we fully understand both and lived both lives at once. But, we are not street. Cause its rules you have to abide by in the streets and if you not 100% in you can’t claim the title no matter what you be on. It’s some shit in the streets that we just isn’t on so We can’t say we street because of that. Those the type of people my music meant for but others can relate to.
28. How Do You Usually Come Up With Your Songs?
I base my songs off everyday situations. Something that pretty much anyone can relate to. I find the most recent encounter or situation I’ve been in and make a song geared towards it.
29. What Is Your Goal And Height That You Want To Reach With Your Music?
I want my music to be impactful. I want my music to last far after my death. But, I don’t want music being my main source of income lol. I’m passionate about music and love it more than anything but I don’t want people having that control over me.
30. What Influenced You Outside Of Hip Hop Rap That Has Helped You Form Your Style?
A lot of different things honestly. Ill say mostly me just being in the streets but not being labeled street or a gangster. I was able to view things from more than 1 perspective. No obligation to any code but my own.
31. How Can People Reach You?
People can reach me on any social platform and my name is the same across all platforms, HeightsRome. Now, with that being said, i prefer Email. My Email is Reymonek@gmail.com. I pay attention to my email more than anything so you will get the fastest reply via email. I look forward to working with whoever and I actually don’t charge for features at the moment because i just want to make all different types of music and have fun. But, eventually i will. Now, that doesn’t mean i will get on a trash song. I don’t care how much you offer me, if it’s trash you can
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