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    LaSuria Kandi Allman & Richard A. Taylor Interviews Rezz Vokalz #RB #HipHop #TreySongz

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    Looks like LaSuria Kandi Allman is keeping us pumped with the music. Let's join her and Richard A. Taylor as the interview R&B and Hip Hop artist Rezz Vokalz. Seems as if he has a message for Trey Songz.

    Before he was known to the world as Rezz Vokalz, Terrez was born in North Carolina and raised in New Jersey. At a young age Terrez knew music would always be in his life, but he did not have any idea the major factor it would end up playing.

    Early in his adult years, Terrez returned to North Carolina, living in Navassa, where he honed his singing abilities in the church. As time passed and he trained himself vocally, Rezz Vokalz was born and he began recording music. While Rezz Vokalz always calls North Carolina his home, he realized he would have to move elsewhere in order for his career to take off.

    In 2009, Rezz Vokalz made the move to Miami, Florida, where he watched his career take form. Inspired by such strong vocalist like Anita Baker, Marvin Gaye, and Luther Vandross, singing becameRezz Vokalz’ passion and he was able to deliver this, while recording in Miami. Rezz Vokalz calls his singing abilities a gift from God and he is thankful, but his singing is only one part of his arsenal. When it comes to rapping, Rezz Vokalz is no slouch, probably able to out-rap a number of street-level rappers who say they are the best.

    Over the past few years, Rezz Vokalz has made a name for himself, recording in many renowned recording studios on the East Coast. His rising star has caught the attention of several major labels, including Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group. The label attention is only a portion of what Rezz Vokalz wants. Inspired by his family, friends, and children, Rezz Vokalz is preparing to take the game over and has a solid team behind him. While he is not a superstar yet, Rezz Vokalz feels it is not too high of a jump, as he feels he has the look of a superstar and the drive has been there from the beginning.
    Enjoy the interview and please leave a shout out in the comments.
    Tell us Rezz, what city and state did you grow up in?
    New Jersey and North Carolina, Miami
     What was it like growing up in Jersey and North Carolina?
    It was rough in Jersey the snow. NC was slower than Jersey but rough. Miami changed my life.
    Tell me some things about yourself?
    I am a good guy, laid back. It is all about my Music
     What inspired you to become an artist?
    I grew up in church, my grandmother Willmenia Horton whom was like my mother. She led the choir which inspired me.
     Who was the first artist you collaborated with?
    Mr. Cheeks (Lost Boys)
    Richard:  As a artist growing up around Wu-Tang do you think the music has changed from then to now.
     I think nowadays rappers are rapping about diamonds. When Wu-Tang came out I remember I was young. I was in the room with Method man. I want to bring back the real R&B.
    Richard:   How would you categorize your style?
     Jaheim and Drake. Actually I try to put out music that people can relate too. All the music I put out is real and people feel it.
     Richard.   What would you change about the music industry from an executive stand point?
    Well I think the artist needs to stay focused on real life stories. People are going through the same thing.
    Richard.   What do you think attributed to the change from consciousness of the early 80's to the gangster era of today?
    The KRS1 and the Naz. The music nowadays are different. I watch these rappers talk about sipping syrup and diamonds. People need music to uplift them.
     Richard.   What would you consider to be your big break that got your foot in the door?
    When I was young, I used to run and be at a lot of places. My cousins and I were determined to get backstage. Jimmy Beanz Protect Ya Neck records has been with a good part of my career.
      What is the name of your current single?
     Amazing Woman.
     
    Richard.:  What if any message do you try to relay to the audience in your lyrics?
     How long have you been in the music industry?
    12 years and the industry 8 years
    What are your goals for the future?
     I got my own company, I have 2 artist already. I am about to Boss Up.
    Do you have any shows/album/videos coming up?
    A 7 city tour, I just missed The Chris Brown tour.
     What record company do you represent?
    My Life Production.
    Are there any artists that you would like to collaborate with?
    August, Two Chains, and Jaheim
    Richard.   So your fans can follow you what social media sites are you on?
    Fb, Twitter, Instagram
    Richard.    Do you write your own music?
     Yes, I write my own, but if someone can write me a Hit.
     Richard.   Are you involved in any social or political groups?
    No, I leave that up to my management company, My Life Production.
     Richard.   Are there any challenges that you have dealt with in the music industry?
     Putting out the right record to become mainstream. I want to do a crossover.
     Are you interested in making movies?
     Movies, yes.
    Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
     Sitting here in Miami, in my infinity pool. Chilling on a 150 million
    What advice would you give to young men today who are suffering from injustices?
      Stay focused, Stay around positive people.
     Have you ever experienced stage fright?
      No, never. I love it, it gives me a rush.
     Richard.    What advice do you give to aspiring artists who are trying to get into the music industry?
     Sit back you have to have that to do list.
     Richard.  What motivates you?
       I just want to be successful.
    Richard:  What do you think about the legalization of Marijuana?
     I think they should Green light it. The government is going to tax it. It keeps the crime rate down and help people.
     Are you married? children?
      No, 3 children
      Zodiac sign? 
      Virgo
     What is your favorite food?
      Jamaican Curry chicken
    Is there any thing you would like to say before we end the show?
     I would like to thank all of my fans for their support. Follow my team My Life Production and I. I would like to thank Kandi, Richard and Jimmy Beanz. Follow me 2016, It is going to be a Hellava ride
    @Trey Songz.. I Ain't Mad At You, I'm Coming Boy!!! You Heard Me Trey Songz!!!!
    I would like to thank you for this very powerful interview. I look forward to future interviews with you. Much Success in all of your endeavors. God bless you.





    Interviewer  LaSuria Kandi Allman
    Kandi Kane Ent.
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    1. Ey Wade says:

      Thank you so much for visiting, my blog and sitting in The Hot Seat with LaSuria, Rezz Vokalz. Great interview.

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