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Meet Tripindickulous! - - The Now Legacy

Artist Name - Tripindickulous

Question & Answer Interview

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

A typical day for me is for the most part family based but if that's not what's going on it gets random. I always try to have fun with my son playing games, wrestling, or just going out. Some weeks I don't even make it to the studio because i'm always grinding to get money so that takes a lot of my time too. I definitely work on music everyday regardless of what's going on in my life.

2. What is your best memory of starting your career?

The best memory for me starting my career was my first show. February 8th 2008, at the Rhythm Lounge in Long Beach, CA. The venue doesn't even exist anymore. But when I was there after my very first song on my very first set as a rapper I got a standing ovation before I got to the 2nd song of my 2 song set. It was one of the best feelings ever, like losing your virginity good lol. Pure joy, I was addicted after that.

3. What advice would you give to someone wanting to create and market a brand from scratch?

My advice to anyone starting from scratch, whether it's starting a brand or musical journey, you have to be true to yourself. Don't follow anyones path or success, try your best to be original and unique, but still being yourself at the sametime. Share everything you're doing with everybody so you can get honest feedback, that'll help you figure out maybe what direction you need to take, based on what people like from you.

4. How can others reach out to you for music collaboration information?

Im pretty easy to get a hold of for the most part. You can find me easily online and reach out to me there, I'm the only one with my name lol. I will respond if you reach out, and I'm always down to work if I like what I hear.

5. What’s your next marketing moves for your career? Talk about your new song?

Next move is to brand my name and brand itself with unique and funny commercials galore. And I believe that'll create buyers and followers without the traditional approach. Also turning every music video to a docuseries damn near with 2 minute cut scenes before the start of every video so the audience can learn about me and connect with me more over time on a personal level. The new song "Insecure" was made for me to be able to overcome my insecurity and freely express myself. I definitely wanted to unify people with the positivity of the record as well. The song and my music is meant to bring joy, open minds and eyes, and to encourage people for the better, regardless of race, gender, or sexual preference.

6. Name your top 5 musicians; dead or alive?

Top 5 musicians for me dead or alive would have to be as follows; Michael Jackson, Tupac Shakur, Anthony Kiedis (from Red Hot Chilli Peppers), Jay-Z, and Kanye West

Socials - Instagram - www.Instagram.comtripindickulous

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