throughout my years of recording there’s been countless studios in the mix of it all. as much as i need to be on the move i used to see owning a studio as an anchor. i felt safe keeping my jream studio in the far back of my mind for later fruition.. u know, once it all pop off n shit. on the comeUp though, it feels like at each stop i’m that-much-closer to freedom. freedom from filling out applications and sportin’ jipper/customer-friendly masks before crossing the work environment threshold. as grateful as i am to stay afloat, i was born to soar.
as taskful as being an independent artist is, it never goes or feels unrewarded. each studio stop on the realroad was/is a safehouse, space to safely remove all masks revealing raw creativity in pursuit of forcing the Me on my last song to envy the new & improved version of himself.0