Thursday, March 17, 2011

(CEO LE'NALORS) Where does your creativity come from , What motivates you best ?

(P.E.D.) Honestly it comes from life man, just real situations be it my own or people I know sometimes. Other times its just me using my imagination. Haha Thanks reading rainbow…hahaha. I get motivated when I hear a dope MCEE get his props in the mainstream. I root for those guys so much man. Right now I follow J. Cole hard. The dude is dope and educated and I am happy he was able to breakthrough without playin himself. I like Drake and Wale too, there are a lot of them, but I feel like I have been talking too long already. hahaha

(CEO LE'NALORS) Lets put you on the spot right quick ... Whats your feeling on the state of music right now ?

(P.E.D.) Honestly I think the art is great! There are so many different types of music that are blending with each other right now. I don’t hate on the guys who put out party songs cuz there is a fanbase for them, as well as a fanbase for lyricists. Its cool. I see rappers more and more starting to crossover genres which I think is dope as hell. People like Cee-lo, and Andre 3G, and even Lil Wayne. Jay did it a while back with Linkin Park. I just really love the boldness of artist right now. What I don’t like is the ideas statistics and politics driving the industry. The fact that they forcefeed you the same artist over and over again in order to brainwash you and help their bottom line. Because of that there are a lot of people out there that think hip hop is waka flaka flame, and soldier boy and Oj da juice man. Not saying anything bad about them, but there is just so much more to this genre than that type of music. Feel me?

(CEO LE'NALORS) Now lets get into your tracks .. is there one track that you feel is your favorite and people should checkout and why it's your favorite ?

(P.E.D.) ummm…that’s a tough one..all my tracks come from the heart so its hard to say one track that’s my favorite, but if I had to. I would say Hear what you sayin, because I got to work with a grammy nominated producer named Shawn Campbell on that song and actually became really cool with him. That would be the one that stands out to me because of the experience. But a close second place would be Let Em breathe because when I wrote that I was experiencing some heavy hate for the first time since I started doing music. So that song always reminds me of how quickly people can turn on you and spew venom on you behind your back

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