Wizdom talks about his music & life

Having seen up and downs growing up on the outskirts of America’s Murder Capital, Jersey MC Wizdom Mriminthere’s experience fuelled pen takes listeners on a ride from the party to the cypher — hitting every emotion in-between. We are sharing our recent interview with him.

Twist Online : You got into music at a very young age, what was the inspiration behind your love for music.
Wizdom :
Its always been in me as long as I can remember. I know my Mom’s played a big role in exposing me to alot of Hip-Hop music
and my grandmother introduced my to mowtown. You know i cant remember where I heard this but if you wake up and the first thing on
your mind is making music that’s what you supposed to do.

Twist Online : Inclination towards music must have effected your studies?
Wizdom :
My highschool years was spent in hallways and bathrooms busting traps,fighting,shooting dice, and sharping my sword having freestyle cyphers with my homies. A formal education was never in plans.

Twist Online : Which one is your favorites out of your 2 full albums and 6 tracks ?
Wizdom :
Advisory hands down some of the funnest work iv done so far. I mean i didn’t give a f**k before but on that album I reached a whole
new level of not caring. Sidenote nothing on the album is written the whole album was freestyled into the mic on spot.

Twist Online : How is the response from music critics and fans so far?
Wizdom :
My core fanbase of pdb’s is always gonna rock with me and new people seem to be f**king with it heavy to but I honestly em not happy
with the results. Personally i think you haven’t made it until you have haters. if everyone likes me it means I’m not a threat and i definitively em

Twist Online : What attracts you more, Working in studios or performing on stage?
Wizdom :
The studio is cool because you get to create but being on stage and seeing people react to your creation in real time is an
unexplainable high that I plan on chasing for the rest of my life until I physically cant do it and if they have a rehab i ain’t going.

Twist Online : What’s the best part of being a music artist?
Wizdom :
Being able to affect peoples lives with my music is the best part. Knowing that my words helped someone else just say f*k it I’m a do me. You know there is alot of people out there that are just to high strung. I help them loosen that sht.

Twist Online : What up next? Where do you see yourself in next 5 years?
Wizdom : Got some new merch coming out this February
and working on visuals everyday. As far as in the next 5 years I know I’m still be
making music and performing when ever where ever. You know I’m never stop trying to build my PDB army. #pdblife DatDa Mission

Twist Online : Are you working on any new project?
Wizdom :
Trying to drop a new single every month in 2020 I just released “A Miracle on Jan 3rd 2020 and I’m releasing “Don’t Lose that number”
on Feb 3rd 2020 and hoping that we can get “PDB Party” ready for march 3rd 2020 ontop of that I’m working on getting video’s done for the advisory
album and all the singles we plan on releasing.

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