Rapper/performer and business owner, Forever, began his music career as a young child. Inspired by artists like Biggie Smalls and Kanye, he began to pursue his own style of music. Years later, not only is Forever an incredible performer, he is the owner of Kingdom Management Group, a start up record label.
Forever grew up being bullied and feeling very unaccepted. He turned to alcohol, drugs, gangs, the streets, violence and the material things of the world. After a near drug overdose Forever decided to change his life and live for truth. He is an artist called to bring truth to the deceived, he has transcended many cultures and age groups, and his mission is to be a soldier with a purpose. Through his undeniable flow, his songs will refresh, revive and help redirect the lives for all who listen. Forever believes his destiny is to reach out to the mainstream public and plant seeds of hope that will help grow and awaken the truth.
Through this long journey, Forever is at a stage in his life where he is using his gifts to help others break the chains of depression, drug abuse and gang life. If you are looking for an inspirational speaker/performer who uses Hip hop and outstanding performances to motivate, educate and inspire, please contact TRS 247 Radio at email@example.com.
In 2014, his team and his record label are currently working on new album and a concert in Africa in May. “It's going to be a life changing event!”
Check out this chat with Forever:
1) How do you balance your music with other obligations - mate, children, job?
Music is my job. I have a financial business that I built for 10 years that supports my family now, it is a huge blessing. As far as my kids, I spend a lot of time with them since I’m home four days a week and Sundays. My wife is very supportive.
2) What aspect of making music excites you the most right now?
Wow All of it! I am like a kid in a candy store. I’m writing, recording, recording with new artists, performing, running a label, meeting new people and living my dream; it is all good!
3) What makes a performance/song good?
Well the performance has to have great sound at the venue. A song has to grab a person and suck them in and then shake them up by leaving them with something.
4) How do you judge a performance/song?
Performances by the applause. Songs by the feedback and reception of others.
5) How long have you been sober?
It will be nine years this May 28th!
6) What is the best lesson learned from sobriety?
God is loving and caring. He is not out to get me!
7) In your 12 step program, what was the hardest step for you?
Step 4. "We made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves." Looking inside of me is really hard however I get to see good and bad stuff!
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