1. Tell us about yourself and your childhood?

Well I am originally from Iowa City, Iowa, moved to Des Moines in 2006. I sang in a children’s singing group when I was 8 years old. We sang Disney records country & rock & roll. I later sang in a gospel choir at Roosevelt High School & thats when I knew I wanted to do music as my career.


2. Tell us about a challenging time in your life and what lessons you learned from it?

I think one of the most challenging times in my life was losing my niece. At that time In my life i was struggling in college and when she passed that kind of broke me. I saw so much of myself in her the passion for the arts, singing writing and she never got that opportunity to really be what she wanted to be. So it really motivated me to just give music my everything.

3. How or what started your passion?

Before I had anything music had me, it was the first thing I would run to when I had a bad day or a good day. It was my lifeline when I was thinking about giving up . So I own music my everything.

4. What motivates you to follow and pursue your passion?

The kids I work with on an every basis they look up to me, I want to be an example to others who are trying to find a positive way out. I also want to be a positive role model and father figure to my own kids that they can accomplish anything.

5. What advice would you give to the new up and coming artist?

I think we as artist have to focus on being individuals and growing in that. Practicing patience and really preparing ourselves for what the industry is and what we want to be. I believe Lil Wayne had said and I’m paraphrasing if you are in music and you are being yourself and it’s not working, then it’s not for you. I think he just saying that to be a star you maximize what makes you different, that’s what people will fall in love with. 

6. What is the best advice would you give to your younger self?

"Cultivate your own vision because people will start creating their own vision for you. Preparation and learning is the most important thing so be a student and always appreciate the journey".

7. Have you or how do you do you contribute to the community?

I am a member of the Des Moines Chapter of the NAACP. I also started the Drip Campaign which advocates For mental heath awareness and embracing individuality. I am basketball coach for Roosevelt Rider Select 8th grade team, and I also help out at an in home daycare.

8. Who do you look up to besides your parents?

My peers they inspire me to be a better artist and challenge me as a person

9. What are your goals for the next 5 years?

To work more with kids on finding their passions and growing them into businesses or teaching them how to make money from there craft. And to travel more as an artist continuing that journey and seeing where it leads me.

10.) What is your motto in life?

"If it’s meant to be it’s meant to be, control what you can control, and you will get the outcome you deserve".

11.) How did you find out about Made4Mankind Clothing?

Through the Artist James & actually I meet made4mankind accidentally at Popeyes it was like Devine intervention and the rest just kind of fell into place.

12.) What do you know about Made4Mankind Clothing?

I mean saying what the Double M’s mean and the vision Of made4mankind I feel we all know that but made4mankind to me personally they are a community of people dedicating themselves not just to designing clothes but impacting the culture of Des Moines and changing the lives of the people who live in it.

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