Featured artist: Kenadagod – Who is KenadaGod? What drives his passion for his craft
Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Kenadagod.
How did you decide to become an artist?
Kenadagod: Well music was something I started to love as a kid, I always wanted to rap, sing, dance like all the greats so i decided to write poems at the age of 13. Then decideding to rap became second nature to me. I wanted to continue my craft so I made songs on YouTube and decided to take it Seriously to which I did and it became a great passion to me because I then loved every moment of it
To never give up my dream because it is a work in progress and you will shine if you keep working hard and hustling hard for your craft and show you actually love it.
What about concerts? Do you play live?
Yes I play live at diffent events when given opportunity and no I’m trying to give concerts but I’m not well known yet so I will continue to grow as an artist.
Best punchline you ever wrote?
Life turn to residuals Money drop knowing how it’s just difficult til the homosides killed me off the kamikaze bullet seeing a black brother die
What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?
Well I have a few pieces that I’m working at the moment and I have released something in the past like my heavy heart album and trap vibes.
Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
Well I wouldnt sign a record contract until I finished my college degree to know for sure it’s legit.
The pros is I get Opportunities to make music , gain Exposure And different tools to help me as an artist that needs help and proper promotion and hype.
How to market my music and what advice I need to take to make my music more likeable to the eyes of all.
Con- it wouldn’t work out or the perform scheduled may mess me up with traveling around. I may be in happy with how I’m getting manage. If I have to brand myself looking or sounding a certain way.
Any last words?
Yeah Midraq for like , where Brooklyn at
Where can we contact you?
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