Q&A with Chalie Boy

Dallas, Tx 2014 096After his hit single “I Look Good”, Chalie Boy swept the nation with his Texas swagger becoming a household name not only in just the southern region, but across the US as well. This past Labor Day, we caught up with Chalie Boy in Dallas, Texas at the Elm Street Bar for the “Affiliationz Tour” kick-off, where he’s featured as the tours headliner.

Prior to his set we sat down for a quick Q&A with the Texas native and here’s what he had to say:

Dallas, Tx 2014 103HCM: Is this the first tour that you’ve been featured as a headline?

Chalie Boy: I’ve done quite a few tours and I feel like a headliner no matter which order I’m in.

HCM: What are you currently working on?

Chalie Boy: I’ve got more Chalie projects to come. Still in the studio grindin’, always working on new music.

HCM: How would you say your deal with Battery/Jive records  went? And how has it helped you?

Chalie Boy: A deal is a deal… How you deal with it is what matters! It helped move us on another platform. Gave us more visibility on a national level. You know we’ve always been doing our thing grinding independently, it just created awareness nationally.

HCM: You just released #Chalie…, is there a planned future project to be released with Battery/Jive Records or will it be Dirty 3rd?

Chalie Boy: Still Dirty 3rd! I’ve completed my contract with Battery/Jive, so future releases will be just Dirty 3rd Records.

HCM: Is there anything else you’d like to add?

Chalie Boy: It’s a hard business… You’ve got to have determination, the right business people, the right people on your team and remain humble. God bless!

Following the interview, Chalie Boy ended the night with his performance lighting up the stage with some of his old and new hits, as well as making himself available for fan photo opportunities.

Be sure to check out the “Versatyle Child” on the road and visit his website to check out his latest release “#Chalie”.

Author: Mr. Hood Critic

Hood Critic Magazine was founded by Holland D. Witherspoon in Bossier City, Louisiana 2013. HOOD CRITIC MAGAZINE was created to cover up and coming unsigned independent artist.