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Meet Blaine-Omarae Green

Today we’d like to introduce you to Blaine-Omarae Green.

Blaine-Omarae, before we jump into specific questions about your work, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
My story starts in Toronto Canada. I was born there and lived there until I was about 13, after which my mother picked me and my sisters up and moved us down to Atlanta. My mother was a choir director and my father was an artist and musician so I always had a background in music. I was in Marching Band in high school as a percussion section leader for MLK.

After high school, I decided to pursue producing music full time. After a while producing wasn’t enough and I decided to start making my own songs alongside my fellow group mates in the newly created team known as Born Dreamers. The rest, as they say, is history, and I’m here today still at it and making real strides in the industry.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
Not always smooth! Atlanta is a city where there are a lot of people who share the same dream so if you don’t have a certain drive and something that makes you stand out you can get lost in it all! And I definitely wasn’t immune to that. But I’ve pushed through it all and I’m still here working and thriving in this music industry.

Can you give our readers some background on your music?
As an artist, my specialty would definitely be my production. It’s how I started and what initially got me noticed in the Underground Music scene. I’ve produced for a few stand out acts such as Rome Fortune, Money Makin’ Nique and Cam Major.

As an artist I’ve put out several bodies of work, most recently being my debut album “A New Place” (Available on all Streaming Sites) I produced every song in the project except the intro and the interlude.

If you had to go back in time and start over, would you have done anything differently?
If I had to start over I would definitely focus more on the business aspect of the industry along with the creative process! Music is great and you can be good at music but if your business isn’t in order no one will hear you and it will be hard for you to get many places!

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Kahdria Davidson

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Robert Mulolo

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