Wrighter interview

An interview with a talented music artist ‘Wrighter’

Today on our Hot Seat we have music artist Wrighter with us. Lets have a chat with him.

Twist Online : First of all tell us about the start of your professional career?
Wrighter : When I first started making music I was 9. I was that kid that use to stay up all night and just write. Over the years I have noticed my growth. Other people playing my music, getting on the radio and doing shows. It still wasn’t until I went to North Carolina and started working with another artist JR that I started to take it serious. Getting in the studio more and even putting one in my crib. This gave me access to record my ideas as they come.

Twist Online : Who or what inspired you to get into music industry?
Wrighter : There is a few people that have inspired me to do music. A few artists that have inspired me is Jadakiss, Young Jeezy, Future and I love bankroll fresh flow. Along the way I have had people help me along the way. When I was young I use to record everything through a karaoke machine and then put it on a tape lol. My mother brought me my first mic and from their I been doing music ever since.

Twist Online : Tell us about your recent release?
Wrighter : My recent releases include the singles “Go feat Supa” & “Jumpin” both produced by Jay Bunkin off my mixtape “Country Boy EP”

Twist Online : You are about to release a Mixtape “Country Boy Ep“. Our readers would like to know more about that?
Wrighter : The mixtape has been something I have been working on for a while. The name fits who I am and who I want to stay true to as a artist. I am a country boy and that’s why I decided to call the mixtape Country Boy. I have songs that I consider club bangers and songs that are personal like “Can’t Stop (Blue Faces)” produced by Mubz Got Beats. The intro of that song came from a homeless I met in Atlanta, Ga and he inspired me to get pushing. That night he spit flows for me and I just knew I couldn’t stop because I have the talent to be great and I feel songs like “Why You Act Like That” will prove it’s about staying true to yourself and your music.

Twist Online : What attracts you more, performing on stage or working in studios?
Wrighter : Working in studios I believe attracts me more because it’s where you start creating the art that people will hear. It’s important to me take that part serious because without doing that it will show I’m not confident in my music when I do get on stage. That doesn’t mean performing on stage isn’t cool. I just think that process is more about having fun with your fans then taking everything so serious and worrying about how people will receive the music.

Twist Online : What’s your favorite music genre?
Wrighter : Hip hop is definitely my favorite music genre. I still like to listening to old school music or cookout music as I call it and r&b too..

Twist Online : Have you set some target to achieve as a music artist?
Wrighter : Yes I have. I believe if I stay creating music the way I do I will definitely make the billboard top 100 songs out. This is something I want to achieve to let people where I come from now you can’t stop chasing your dreams because anything is possible.

Twist Online : What’s the best part of being a music artist?
Wrighter : The best part of being a music artist is the fact you get to see how people react to your music when it comes out and how they relate to you. Working with new producers and artists with different styles in always a good part of the gig too. It’s opens you up to be more creative and learn different ways to approach music in general.

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