G.O.D. (Grams, Ounces, Dough) - Interview
1. Tell us your rap name and where are you from?
G.O.D. (Grams, Ounces, Dough), The Bronx New York
2. What made you start making music?
I never took it serious at first, I was outside running wild. the more people started telling me that I was good and that I had talent I decided to hit the studio and start recording music.
3. Who are your influences in rap?
Big Pun, Ice Cube, Biggie, Ludacris
4. What is your take on the underground rap scene right now?
There's alot of talent on the underground scene anyone can take off if the record executives pay attention.
5. As an artist who has to compete with thousands of others for streams/plays, what makes your music worth people clicking on?
Because I sound like myself. No one can do me like me. Alot of artist follow trends and do what the mainstream artist do from style to beat selection. Whether you like my music or hate it your getting something original.
6. You have 1 person to thank, who would it be?
Myself. Because none of it is possible without me making it happen.
7. What is your process for recording music ?
Most of the time the songs will be already written because I'll have to beat in advance. If im creating in the lab I'll have a bottle of crown royal and zone out to the beat. I like to get the producer involved throwing concepts and ideas around so we can make a dope song.
8. Any upcoming projects or singles fans should be getting ready for this year?
I'll be dropping an EP this summer, another EP in the fall, and a mixtape in the winter. With some street singles in between.
9. What keeps you motivated and on path towards your goals for music?
The grind never stops. Even when I accomplish a goal I make a new one to work towards. When you're underground sometimes your accolades don't get the acknowledgment but things are definitely being accomplished.
10. What impact do you want to have on the world?
Timeless music. I want people regardless of what they're going through or what emotion they're feeling to be able to play one of my songs and be able to relate to it.
11. What's your best collaboration experience with another artist or producer?
Songs like Shake That Ass, Ashtrays and Art, Creep, and Shawdy Remix were definitely great experiences from making the songs to the success they had.
12. Who does all of your cover art or do you make your own?
I do some of my own artwork but I've also worked with designers T.Styles and Show Da Blaza.
13. Who makes most of your beats or production?
I actually produced the entire God's Don EP. I also have new music coming with producers Smokey Sazon, KE On The Track, and NY Bangerz
14. What can we expect next from you in 2022?
New music, Collaborations, Shows, and working on a surprise for my fans.
15. Link the fans to your Twitter & Instagram @ Below so they can follow you!