King Jalaw from START to END

Featured artist: King Jalaw – King Jalaw from START to END

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist King Jalaw.

How did you decide to become an artist?

King Jalaw: I always used to sing and dance as a little kid. My older brother 35 Juany sang everywhere he went so I would follow suit. After later hearing his first CD I wanted to become a rapper and performer. I started writing for a few years then met some friends who wanted to make music too. We would get good feed back from classmates and audiences at performances so we invested any money we could get into equipment and then slowly taught ourselves how to record, edit vocals, then eventually produce beats too.

The best advice given to me as an artist was to keep writing. People always complimented how well I put words together and the way they flow. By always constantly working on that I was introduced to other opportunities and portions of music I fell in love with. By never settling for nothing but my best when I write I seem to impress most of the people introduced to my music. And without always focusing so hard on song writing structure and flows I would have never started producing my own compositions to perfectly compliment lyrics and flows.

King Jalaw

What about concerts? Do you play live?

I'm currently doing weekly live performances at local clubs and open mics in Ohio.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Passing new policies stealing a lot of cheese we don't have time for apologizes, giving them quantity saying it's quality that really sound like monopoly.

King Jalaw

What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?

I'm currently working on two solo projects, three collaboration projects, producing and mixing mixtapes, albums, and singles for other local artists, and monthly music videos for my supporters. I just released my first solo EP entitled START to all streaming platforms in December and plan on releasing my first full length album this Summer.

Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?

I wouldn't just sign a regular record or 360 deal that would infringe on my creative process and focus since I write, record, mix, and produce myself with industry knowledge so I'm more valuable than the average recording artist. I would be very interested in any partnerships and joint deal that would allow me to continue my current creative control but help provide promotion, live gigs, introduce me to experienced industry professionals, and more opportunities I couldn't have gotten without their connections.

Any last words?

Shout out to the whole Gem City Collective my team and business partners. You can get in contact with us @GCC937 on Twitter and Instagram. Shout out to Top Heavy Ent, 35 Juany and DMG, YelloPain, Jxve, Dirty Gang, Kitchen Brigade, DJ D$, D. Knight, J-Williams, K2 Droyd, Smart Boy Studios, Razdabar, my family and many others for always supporting!

Where can we contact you?

King Jalaw:

Thank you for your time. We wish you and your career the success it deserves.

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