ARTIST NAME is JaydonBill , nothing crazy, it's his first and middle name together because he wants his music to represent the himself and his truths.
He’s 19, He grew up in little Haiti and north Miami, in the Miami trenches. He always had music in him.
When he was growing up he would come to catch hooks and bars all over the house, and he would always write songs
in his notebook in class when he was bored at school, but he didn’t really start recording his music until he was under 18.
Why did he start playing music, you ask, when he was 17 years old,
he had to quit the track & field to take care of his little sister while his mother went to Texas looking for a job,
so he was asking God what to do with his life as he kind of relied on this track to get himself a college scholarship,
since that opportunity was gone, God gave him a couple of signs. And the first sign he saw was that he had the same
birthday as Bob Marley, and the second sign he saw was god and his sister.
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Interview Section With JaydonBill
If you could collaborate with any artist, who would it be and why?
If I could collaborate with any one it would be Nipsey Hustle because with both of us on the track we can make sum real magic.
What differentiates you from the next “wannabe” rapper?
What’s the difference from me and other rappers is I ain’t pretending to be no one else but me that’s why I chose my artist name to be my real name. Your gonna get the real with me and great music. I study the past I spent years listening and understanding the art of music. I took the time out to actually learn how to come up with a hook and how to actually song write. I studied the greats from NWA to Kendrick Lamar. That’s what make me different I put the work in to master my craft and I’m ready to show the world what I’m made of.
How do you plan to breakthrough?
I plan on breaking though is simple just by making great music, keeping it real, and relating to the people.
Difficulties of the come up?
The come up is the probably the difficult part Forreal. Building anything from bottom is the hardest no matter what you do in life but it’s just about seeing the vision and believe everything comes wit time.
Where do you think the future of the music industry lies?
I think the future of the music industry is going to keep growing and expanding just look at the game from the past five years so much changed but one thing I do know is I’m goin to the GOAT in the industry.