One of the best interview with phantum

September 15, 2020
Stephanielotus8

First, let me simply say that I’m tired. I have a lot of plans for this weekly blog, a long list of to-dos that require a bit of research, a lot of thinking, and some time. I will have the time in about five days. I’m finishing up two huge projects that took most of my attention from the middle of January to now.

Add to those projects the novel project that has expanded into at least three novels, as well as two novellas, and at least one short story, and the hour-plus that I spend every morning reading the current research on the damn virus, and doing as much as I can to keep our businesses going, and our employees employed, and I am about as stretched as I’ve ever been.

What would you like to achieve as a producer?

I want to work with all my personal favourite artists and upcoming rappers with the right energy and work ethic, and also help build up unknown artists from the ground up to make their best work and turn them into a superstar.

What should we be looking forward to seeing from you in the near future?

I’ve been working with a few different artists in the studio on new singles and projects releasing very soon, still a lot more new music to come this year and a few pretty big things in the works I can’t disclose yet.

What’s the best piece of advice you could give to young aspiring producers?

Always trust your gut instincts never let fear dictate your decisions or circumstances. Don’t ever be afraid of failing because you will inevitably and thats when you’ll grow the most, and above all else never give up on your goals and have patience your time will come with enough persistence.

What artist’s do you hope to work with in the future?

Drake is definitely at the top of my list not only because of where i’m from or the fact that he’s one of the biggest artists in the world, but I used to listen to his music way before I was heavy into hip hop along side Lil Wayne, and Phantum Of course I have a long list of artists I want to get in the studio with but that would take forever to name everyone.

How should people contact you if they’re wanting to work with you or purchase your beats?

Best place to contact me is definitely my instagram dm, i’ll see it and respond to most messages fairly quickly on there.

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