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Interview With Moultrie @MoultrieBeats IG Kme_Moultrie


1. How Long Have You Been In The Rap Industry?
Over 10 years I started in high school as an inspired music producer. I did not see myself as a rapper at the time that skill set came over time. First, I started creating hooks and concepts for my beats then one day my cousin who was my artist at the time invited me on a track to do a verse and I have been rapping ever since.

2. Who Are Your Major Influences In Your Music?
My musical influence comes from all over mainly old school Hip Hop and R&B 70s 80s 90s and early 2000s those eras of music gave a lot of diversity. Everybody wasn’t trying to sound the same or ride the wave of another, everyone had their own creative sound that was either hot or not. My top artists that I hold high as my favorites coming up were Pimp C and Pastor Troy, LL Cool J, R Kelly and Michael Jackson and as a producer Timberland, Mannie Fresh, and Kanye West.

3. What Is Your First Single? – Or What Single Do You Have Out Now?
Well the first singles from the album “THE MUSIK JOURNEY” were ALRIGHT NAA and “HIM (Melomaniac)” now currently the album has been released on all platforms with four music videos currently out for the two previously mentioned and “GENIUS” featuring Reign and “PRESSURE” which contains scene from “THE BROTHERS KEEPER” a series that I make a few appearances in.

4. Who Do You Have On Your Album?
I only have 2 features on this album REIGN who you hear and see on “GENIUS” and TOO $HOT who you hear on “BANK ROLL” 2 artist I have known for a long time we were once in a group together when we were young trying to make it in the music game called the LYNX which contained 6 other artist.

5. How Did You Get into The Rap Industry?
Well starting out my nephew father, who at the time was a rapper when I was in high school. might I add he still has bars till this day He introduced me to FL Studio a production software that I took a liking to over time I gravitated towards and as I learned how to use the program and make beats my cousin and day one of Krazy Musik Entertainment Inc encouraged me in fact put that battery in my back and let me know I could be one of the greatest and I believed him may he rest his soul and I proceeded moving forward and like I stated before My cousin that was the first artist on KME YOUNG DEE he actually invited me to rhyme on my first track and that lead to what you see and hear today.

6. Where Were You Born? – Where Do You Live Now?
I was born in Miami FL Raised between Dade and Broward County now living in Georgia.

7. Who Would You Like To Work With That You Haven’t Already?
No one in particular I’m pretty open as long as they are serious about their craft.

8. Who Is Your Favorite Rapper You Like Right Now?
Since I dropped my album, it’s been me but Lil baby, future, Kanye, and 21 savage. Is a few of my favorites right now

09. Who Do You Think Is the Hottest Producer Out? – What Would You Say to That Producer On Why They Should Work With You?
I am the hottest Moultrie Beats alongside me is Kanye and I’m always talking to myself but if I would get around Kanye I would rather listen and follow just to soak in as much as possible.

10. How Did You Come Up with Your Album Title?
Well THE MUSIK JOURNEY came from a book of short stories that I had started creating but then chose to incorporate music with it and make it an album. So, I took the short stories and turned them into audio and Voila.

11. What Is Your Favorite Song On Your Album?
That’s a hard one. They are all my babies every time I think I know my favorite, the next song comes on then I’m like no this is my favorite see they all was created differently with different feelings, emotions and vibes so me personally they all are great in their own way.

12. Which Song on Your Album Means The Most To You?
I’m going to say Peace, Genius, and IDK. Peace feels good I love the creativity of the hook the delivery of the first verse and how I brought it home with the last verse, Genius is the oldest song on the album I created that back when I was in my early 20s now I’m in my 30s and I felt now was the perfect time to release it, and IDK the vibes for me and I kind of touch on my cousin that passed away last year I spoke of him earlier the one that put the battery in my back.

13. Who Are You Signed With?

14. When Is Your Album Release Date?
My album has been released it was released September 5 2022 it is now streaming on all Platforms #streamit

15. What Cities Do You Plan on Touring?
A few cities in Florida, Georgia, and Alabama.

16. What Female Rapper or Artist Do You Think Is The Sexiest?
Well, I finally paid attention to the beauty of Megan the stallion and I must admit she is pretty hot.

17. What Would You Like to See from The Music Industry Over The Next Year?
My work being recognized also more versatility within music even though afro beats is forcing the music culture in that direction as we speak in my opinion.

18. What Is Your Second Single Going to Be?
Every song on the album has single potential they may not all be club bangers but radio yes. But I’m really feeling Genius and peace something about those 2 that makes me feel they would reach a larger audience.

19. If You Could Compare Yourself to An Already Established Artist, Who Would That Be And Why?
Kanye West not that we are the same because we not, but I identify with a Kanye type spirit when it comes to creating for one I am a rapper writer producer and I don’t think or feel that I follow the wave I really choose to create my own wave win or lose and my lyrical content is all over not boxed in to one style or category.

20. What Do You Think Your Listeners Will Get Out Of Your Music?
Inspiration, relatable storytelling or topics, and another rhythm to move to.

21. What Were You Thinking About When Your Songs Are Developed? Explain Your Process?
Well, my creative process varies but I do like to tap into different emotions and thoughts whether it’s something in my past, present, or something that I desire for my future. And the majority of the time the song is created during the creation of the beat some time the beat is not even finished yet and I would start dropping lyrics on it and depending on how I feel I would add more sounds to complete the track but none of my songs are complete until they are released and even then, I still be wanting to go back and make changes.

22. Who Got You Started In The Rap Industry?
A few Good people like Terrance who introduced me to FL Studio, Lamaze who truly believed in me, Durial my first Artist that I had the pleasure of developing my own skills with. Those three guys there helped me along my entry stage the most when it came to my MUSIK JOURNEY.

23. What Made You Want to Get into The Music Business?
I’m not sure why I chose music I guess once I seen that I could create it from start to finish my infatuation grew and as people doubted and overlooked me as a artist I guess I grew a chip on my shoulders to prove I do this now and I guess always I was proving it to myself no one else really.

24. How Does Your Family Feel About Your Music and Your Choice Of Career?
Well starting out you hear the get a real job type of talk it was not said to me like that but instead of pushing me for greatness for what I chose I was pushed in other directions like jobs and things of that nature.
Now I’m not quite sure what anyone thinks of my choices. I made this choice, and I must walk it and live it how I shall choose.

25. What Is the Most Difficult Thing You’ve Had to Endure in Life?
Understanding all that I have been gifted with like my life and purpose, my gifts and skills, my family, friends, responsibility, and everything else that I was blessed to have. It has been a rollercoaster to be where I am today and understanding who I am.

26. What Do You Hope to Accomplish With Your Music?
To build a company that runs itself, a household brand that is respected for the work that has been produced that is still being produced to the people that has found success through the platform that has been created etc.

27. What’s The Demographic You Are Trying to Reach Out To?
That’s a hard one for me because I always had a problem with genres. I always felt that was a way to box my creativity. I really want to create great music for all to listen to. I have that capability. I feel my music can touch the young man or women that’s inspired to be, the middle age man or women that’s going through the same things I’m going through in life now, and the older folks that done seen and heard it all that can relate to my current state.

28. How Do You Usually Come Up with Your Songs?
I don’t have a set way sometimes I could be in bed can’t sleep with something on my mind that could inspire a song or a situation that I was recently in, or something that I desire could form a song or I could be in the lab making beats and a certain sound or rhythm will draw harmony or mumble out of me that turns into lyrics. My inspiration to create comes in many ways.

29. What Is Your Goal and Height That You Want to Reach With Your Music?
I desire a system / platform that not only help me but help other artist grow and develop and stand before Many to showcase their gifts

30. What Influenced You Outside of Hip Hop Rap That Has Helped You Form Your Style?
Easy life, my family learning how to be a father, a husband a provider protector etc. all of me influence my music.

31. Do You Do Anything Outside from Being An Artist?
Yes I own 2 other companies other than Krazy Musik one being CM Property Inspections a residential and commercial inspection company located in the state of Georgia. Being an entrepreneur is my biggest passion having that financial freedom I just took one of my skills sets which is music to start with then music led me to own my first company which is Krazy Musik Entertainment, then CM Property Inspections, and so forth

32. How Can People Reach You?


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