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Envy


The Kings Aces Magazine:
First off thank you for taking time out to chat with us over at the kings aces.
So let the people know your name, what you do and where you're from.

Envy:
I’m Envy you heard!! I write and record my own music and I’m a ghostwriter


The Kings Aces Magazine:
When was it that you first realized you wanted to do this profession?

Envy:
At the age of 8 when I seen my little brother father writing music I came home from school one day and he gave me a pen and pad and told me to write and I haven’t stopped since then 


The Kings Aces Magazine:
How long have you been doing this?

Envy:
16 years 

 

The Kings Aces Magazine:
Who are your influences? 

Envy:
Big pun, 2pac, canibus, Joel Ortiz, Krs-one, rakim, and myself 


The Kings Aces Magazine:
What made you want to get into the business?

Envy:
I always speak what I feel since I was a young boy, there’s a lot I need to say and express and this is the best way 


The Kings Aces Magazine:
What are you thinking about when working on a beat or developing a album?

Envy:
My Son

The Kings Aces Magazine:
Tell us what do you think listeners will get out of your music? 

Envy:
A better vision of life, a way out, and most importantly the importance of music and the hip hop culture 


The Kings Aces Magazine:
What is the most difficult thing you had to endure in life?

Envy:
Not having my son around my success 


The Kings Aces Magazine:
What is the most difficult thing you had to endure in the music industry? 

Envy:
Dealing with false rappers and watching people forget about real hip hop and the birth 

The Kings Aces Magazine:
How does it feel to  finally getting your break? 

Envy:
It feels great to know that people are actually listening 


The Kings Aces Magazine:
What do you hope to do with your music? 

Envy:
Educate others and show them there’s more to life then living and running the streets 


The Kings Aces Magazine:
If there was one thing about your career that you would change right now, what would that be?

Envy:
Stop doin trap music and bring back real hip hop 


The Kings Aces Magazine:
When everything is all said and done, what would you like your fans to say about you and what you brought to the table?

Envy:
That I changed the game and turned it to what it’s supposed to be 

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