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Kusha Deep Music Presents: Artist Dar.Ra 😎✨

Promoting two singles Whisky N Honey EP and Stand Up For The Heroes

Whisky n Honey

Stand Up For The Heroes Film

Question & Answer:

1. What is a typical day/week like for you?

Monday is a day that needs abolishing or at least Monday morning.

I do get up early though to Carpe Diem. I write for a three hours or if I’m promoting an EP or Album, I’m sorting out radio and press stuff, hitting Media people up.

I try and split the day into mornings doing the Admin stuff for the Kusha Deep Label and the afternoon and nights recording. I like to look back on any week and see that I have covered some ground on a creative level. 2. What is your best memory of starting your career?

First band was a reggae band called Bass Culture named after Linton Kwesi Johnson poem. Supporting massive reggae icons like Mysty n Roots, Steel Pulse, Jah Warriors and other local bands in Brighton UK at the time called The Piranhas. 3. What advice would you give to someone wanting to create and market a brand from scratch?

Vision, Plan, Market, Reap. 4. How can others reach out to you for music collaboration information? Hit me up on any of my socials and let me know what you want to Create.

5. Could you speak about your Books?

I have two books out one called ‘Road Tales’ about meeting amazing people on the Road over a ten year period who all had life changing stories to tell. From Aboriginal faith healers to Freedom fighters in Central America, to Digital Philosphers, it’s a celebration of humanity.

The other book is fictional called ‘The Night That Jimi Died’ but based on a friend who was born in the same hospital as the night that Jimi Hendrix died. It’s a story of a girl who grows up to change the world through the Power of Music.

6. What’s your next marketing moves for your career?

Keep creating new things that I feel the World needs, opening up more doors through the Media to reach more People and bring the tribes together. 7. Name your top 5 musicians; dead or alive?


John Lennon

James Brown

Stevie Marriot

John Coltrane

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