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Everydayclout interview with [Milligram]

Q. Hi, how are you today?

Seriously thinking about starting a podcast. So not great

Q. Where are you from?

Columbus, OH

Q. When did you start making music - and what or who were your early influences?

I started recording about 10 years ago making really terrible rap music lol. My biggest influence to start was Timothy De La Ghetto as he was the first musician I saw making an impact online outside of the music industry

Q. What skills do you think artists need to be successful?

Drive and determination. Everything else can be learned but you have to be willing to put the work in

Q. How do you stay up to date with the latest music trends?

I try not to but I can't stay off tiktok so I'm pretty much hyper aware of everything

Q. When performing, what techniques do you use to engage the audience?

I talk an joke with the crowd in between songs. I hate seeing concerts with no crowd interaction

Q. What would you say is the most rewarding part of being an artist?

Seeing people connect with the music and getting messages about how it helped them

Q. How did you spend your

lockdown/pandemic time? What did you accomplish before the entertainment world began to open up again?

I accidentally went viral on tiktok with Corona virus and tiger King videos but then I sat down an taught myself how to record properly in logic using YouTube videos

Q. What makes you different from other artists?

You can't put my music in any one genre. If you asked 5 people who I sounded like they'd give you 5 different answers. And I try to put some humor in the songs which I don't see a lot of

Q. Last question, when not making music, where can we find you?

In the gym or at Chipotle

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