The upcoming rapper from Dalton Georgia, FatHead delivers a new stunning Mixtape filled with witty songwriting, catchy melodies, and unique genre breaking flows titled ‘’Trust The Process’’
Having started his music career in 2014 at age 18, Fathead isn’t new to giving us the timeless music that we’ve grown to love over the years. He’s never shied away from telling his truth in his music, that’s why fans can relate to her so much. It makes them feel like they aren’t alone with what they’re going through in their own life.
His latest bombshell single features Hip Hop influenced production complimented by soothing vocals and candid songwriting. Take a moment to get to know the rising artist by tuning into his latest interview that we did with the upcoming star himself below:
What’s up FatHead! How are you?
Doing well! Excited for this interview, thank you for asking’
How did you come by your stage name?
I came by my stage name when I moved to a new area it started out as a joke because my body didn’t match my head and my homeboy was picking on me So before I hit high school all the popular athletes were already calling me by Fathead.
If you could change one thing about the music industry, what would it be?
If I could change one thing about the music industry it Would be currency and genuine revenue given to artist based off streams.
What goals do you see yourself achieving in the next 5 to 10 years?
Within the next 5-10 years I see myself on XXL. Performing at BET awards, Birthday bash, The main events at the All-star weekend. I’ll have at least 3 songs on top billboard 100. I truly see myself doing great things by then. Movie in the making. No working on being copywritten and published.
What thing or person motivates you the most to wake up every morning and go hard at pursing your dream of becoming a musician?
The support I get from my little sister and mother. To see that they take a great interest in my passion and want me to win is the ultimate motivation. The continuous uplifting comments from fans of how I motivate. Or how one of my songs is the favorite songs just to watch my words move people and touch souls in general did it for me.
Do you have any hobbies or interests outside of music that you would want to pursue once you’ve established the tools and resources needed from your music career?
I really want to pursue acting maybe direct my own movie. I always speak on writing a book and opening up a daycare ran by mothers.
What strengths do you have that you believe make you a standout from other musicians?
My stage and performance presence and the way I can command the attention of a crowd. Those are words to me from a A&R so since then that’s what I’ve stuck to perfection.
What’s your favorite and least favorite part about being a musician?
My most favorite thing about being a musician would be performing. My least favorite thing is the amount of money it takes to actually make a mark and actually get out there to the world. Along the lines of the actual cost to get your song played on the radio and you paid per spin.
What’s your creative process usually like when you’re working on new music?
My creative process is normally in the wicked hours of the night when I’m really in a reminiscing state of mind. I sip a Lil wine from time to time and it puts me what I call out my body and in my mind. More so a deeper outlook on life mindset. Not just the typical what I see in the mirror as far as the earrings or the haircut style but how and why I “played dumb but no fool” or what aspects in life really gave me a “thug mentality”. I love looking in the mirror before writing a song or while writing it or in the session.
What has been the most fulfilling moment of your career so far that people may not know?
I would say the most fulfilling moment of my career would have to be I had literally spent my last on to perform at one of sellthepromoters events and last minute when they announced the winner at almost 5 in the morning, I was the cash prize winner. true testimony to my faith in my music and I took it and ran with it.
Would you agree that it is important to learn, study, and understand the history of musicians who have done it before you as you navigate the industry as a newer artist?
I wouldn’t say it’s as important to study the artist than it is to study the business side and percentages and split sheets and copyrights things of that nature is more important than studying the greats.
What music advice would you give your younger self?
Stop putting music out to the world for 10 people to hear and not making any money off your own music. Sit back set a plan and stick to it.
What is the best advice you’ve been given about the music industry?
To register my shows with the P.R.O. Performance right organization and start getting paid for my shows.
What is one message you would give to your fans?
One message I would give to my fans is chances isn’t anything if you don’t take one
Sometimes you gotta put ya faith in the most high and take a leap of faith and just trust the process.
How would you describe the music that you typically create?
Storytelling soul-touching club rocking motivating. Make you want to move at least bob of the head. I’m
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