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Vae G

The kings aces magazine:
first off thank you for taking time out to chat with us over at the kings aces.

Vae.G:
  No doubt. Thanks for having me, much appreciated

The kings aces magazine:
So let the people know your name, what you do and where you're from.

Vae.G:
I go by Davae or Vae. My rap name is Vae.G (Like J.Cole). At this moment in life I work a part time job and chase my dream as a rapper full time. I'm from Trenton, NJ

The kings aces magazine:
When was it that you first realized you wanted to do this profession?

Vae.G:
9thgrade. I dropped out the end of my 11th grade year because of the hunger I had for it. Throughout all of high school I faught between my dream and what I thought was "right"


The kings aces magazine:
How long have you been doing this?

Vae.G:
I've been rapping as a hobby/for fun since about 6-7th grade (12-13 yrs old). I took it seriously as I got older and more experienced

The kings aces magazine:
Who are your influences?

Vae.G:
Biggie Smalls, DMX, Jadakiss, GHerbo, Meek Mill, Lil Wayne, Ace Hood, Jay Z

The kings aces magazine:
What made you want to get into the business?

Vae.G:
I jus want to provide for me nd my family, move us away and still put on my city. I know I have something different to offer the game. At the same time I have the upmost respect for it. Most artists my age are caught up in today's industry. I'm bringing real hip-hop back

The kings aces magazine:
What are you thinking about when working on a beat or developing a album?

Vae.G:
How I can stand out from your average 22 year old rapper and still stay true to myself as possible. And of course murder any track I'm on lol

The kings aces magazine:
Tell us what do you think listeners will get out of your music?

Vae.G:
They'll get a genuine feel that doesn't come by often. They'll hear and feel a potential star. Even if they don't know me personally my music you will tell you stories about things I really been thru. I will be known as one of the realest

 

The kings aces magazine:
What is the most difficult thing you had to endure in life?

Vae.G:
Throughout most of my life I always felt like I was a letdown. I never had my real father in my life. He left when I turned 2. He lives less than 20 mins away from me and I haven't seen him since 14. B4 then it was since elementary. I watched my mom cry because of me failing school, being in the streets, dropping out, etc. I never felt like I genuinely made anybody in my family proud

The kings aces magazine:
What is the most difficult thing you had to endure in the music industry?

Vae.G:
I came into music seriously with a group of close friends. We had our ups and downs in the beginning but we made a name for ourselves where I live. We linked up with another group and from there things went downhill. Long story short the group went from being double digits strong to 4 ppl. I've lost enough music to have 3 Mixtapes right now with no chance of getting any of it back. And to this day things aren't set and stone to who is really with it or not. I'm in the process of building my own home-studio to start over

The kings aces magazine:
How does it feel to  finally getting your break?

Vae.G:
Like a dream come true. I look at everything I've been through as part of the journey. I know I could've gave up a long time ago but I continue to go harder. And it's made me humble. But I'm more ready now than ever fo sure

The kings aces magazine:
What do you hope to do with your music?

Vae.G:
Honestly I just want to bring real hip-hop back. I don't say that as if it's really gone, but my age group seems to not know the meaning or history of it. I hope to be recognize as a real MC, with that sick flow, who speaks only what he knows!

The kings aces magazine:
If there was one thing about your career that you would change right now, what would that be?

Vae.G:
How I started everything off

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?

Vae.G:
"That's a real ass nigga and a down to Earth individual. He brought meaning and real bars back to rap for the younger generation, and always stayed in his lane. Definitely down as one of the dopest MC's in my eyes hands down!"

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