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Meet America’s Realest

Today we’d like to introduce you to America’s Realest.

Alright, so thank you so much for sharing your story and insight with our readers. To kick things off, can you tell us a bit about how you got started?
I started in 2014. I was managing an artist and wanted to put something together that would put him out there. That inspired me to coordinate my first showcase, “SpitATL”. Since then, I’ve worked and collaborated with brands like Makin It Mag and ArtRevSol. I was the A&R for Tone The Goat’s “They Sleeping On Me” project and I’m currently managing D-Lo G and working marketing with Macfly Beats. After a long journey with picking up and putting down my blog on, I’m now devoted to making it the official source for independent artists. I also host a podcast on Live Hip Hop Daily, “America’s Realest Podcast”. We’re pushing for growth and plan to be one of the biggest!

We all face challenges, but looking back would you describe it as a relatively smooth road?
The journey is what you make it. I’ve had plenty of opportunities that didn’t pan out for one reason or another but I think that everything happens for a reason. Any struggle is an opportunity to learn and build character from and I think life has me on the path that I should be on.

Thanks for sharing that. So, maybe next you can tell us a bit more about your business?
I own a blog website and host “America’s Realest Podcast”. We support independent artists on both of our platforms. One thing that sets us apart from others is our desire and guarantee to provide quality content and service to clients and for them to get the maximum amount of exposure from whatever we do, whether it’s one blog post or a whole marketing campaign. We give away free tips to indies on our website and encourage them to learn and apply the advice necessary for them to be successful. All artists featured in our music review on the podcast get perks like being added to playlists. We’re about going above and beyond for our clients. We know what it’s like to have a dream and how good it feels to be supported, so we want to provide that to every independent artist we can.

What do you like and dislike about the city?
I love Atlanta because there’s so much love and opportunity out here. When you find a good groove, you can take it to the moon. On the flip side of that, there are predators and opportunists that can turn dreams to nightmares. You have to know who to connect with. There are a lot of dope people and brands in Atlanta but there are scammers in the mix too.

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