HCM. When did you discover your love for music and what made you realize you wanted to pursue a career in music?
Skazz. When me and my cousins use to rap at the age of 6, we been writing raps in my grandma’s crib. I didn’t want to pursue a real career until going to CIAA in 2016.
HCM. On your current/upcoming album… How did you come up with the concept for this project?
Skazz. “COUNTRYBOY” been in the works since 2017 just was going through personal issues I had to take care of before returning to releasing music. The mixtape is raw with my flow some get you bouncing others have you smoking, vibing, or chasing money. In all, you know It gone be some bangers! I got the Cover concept from Slaves in Cotton Fields back in the day combining it with modern-day materialistic things covering up modern-day slavery.
HCM. What are some of your greatest challenges as an artist, and what is your greatest attribute when it comes to your work ethic?
Skazz. Staying consistent is the greatest with all that’s going on in the world as well as personal, but you have to just keep a positive attitude and outlook on where you want to be and not where you at . Stuck or Up .
HCM. What are your plans for the near future?
Skazz. Own some more cars, buy properties to flip-invest, & eventually open my burger spot “Jackson’s Burgers & Sandwiches”.
HCM. Is there anyone you’d like to thank, any shout-outs?
Skazz. Thanks to Pamela Dobson, Michelle Best, Len Douglas, Antwone Patterson( Patt-Man).
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