LaSuria Kandi Allman Interviews Detroit Producer Phelpz @lasuria83

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    Welcome back to the blog. Today, LaSuria Kandi Allman interviews Detroit Producer Phelpz

    PhelpzDaProducer is 28 years old from the west side of Detroit Mi. Born into a musical family. His mother, the late Valorie Jones of the Jones Girls, gave her son the ear for music as well as his aunties also . His childhood was good playing basketball and learning how to play the piano where his passion for music began . Losing his mother at young age he moved to Atlanta, Ga where he live with his Aunts .

     He's been producing for 10 years working with Detroit Rap Group's Doughboys Cashout and StunntHard HotBoyz  , Atlanta Rap Group D.M.G. And his Aunt Shirley Jones of the Jones and Independent artist threw out the country .

     Starting his own Production Company PhelpzProductions and being Co owner and CEO of Unique Detwah being these two companies together that has become the future for artist Management and Production for artist with 5 projects coming out in 2017 the world know the PhelpzDaProducer sound.

    What city and state did you grow up in?
    What was it like growing up in Detroit ?
    Good and bad
    Tell us a few things about yourself?
    Cool, Laid-back
    What inspired you to become a Producer?
    Family, started playing the piano at 4
    What type of tracks do you lay?
    Hip hop  & RB?
     How long have you been in the music industry?
    13 yrs
    Are there any artists that you would like to collaborate with?
    I want to work with everyone. Snoop, Drake, J Cole,  Kendrick Lamar
     So your fans can follow you what social media sites are you on? Fb, Instagram twitter
    Do you have any shows, tours, showcases, videos releases coming up? 
    Yes,  Take Over 6 Sun Feb 5, at The Bull Frog
    Do you write your own music?
    Are there any challenges that you have dealt with and overcame?

    Lies in the Industry
    Are you interested in making movies?
    Where do you see yourself in five years from now?
     The Biggest movie producer
    What advice would you give to young men of today who are suffering from injustices?
    Stay strong
    Is there a website where your music can be viewed & purchased ?
    Have you ever experienced stage fright?
    What advice do you give to aspiring artists who are trying to get into the industry?
    You have to be passionate
    What motivates you?  What drives you?
    My manager keeps me sharp
     What advice do you give young people of today about the importance of obtaining a good education?
    Take your education seriously
    If you could change your profession what would you be?
    I couldn't be anything else
    Favorite food?
    Tell us who your famous family member is?
    Valerie Jones is my mother. She was a member of The Jones Girls.
    17 April 1956- December 2, 2001). Valorie , born April  was the youngest sister of The Jones Girls (Shirley, Brenda). The Jones Girls were hits in the discos that were all the rage in the late '70s and are best known for their hit songs " You Gonna' Make Me Love Somebody Else" and "Nights Over Egypt.". As much as she loved performing, off stage, she was a perpetual student who loved to learn, studying everything from foreign languages to law and politics.But her best role wasn't sister, singer or student. It was mother, and she would pour her love and attention on her son, Phelton. All her skills came together in one perfect role. Her love escalated with him. The songs she wrote to soothe him, were sweeter than any song she ever sang. And the perpetual student became a teacher, helping Phelton to discover and hone his musical talents. It's no mistaking that her legacy lives on in him. 
    The Jones Girls had originally been trained to sing in churches under guidance from their mother, a professional gospel singer named Mary Frazier Jones, who apparently was one of the first artists in the gospel genre to be recorded by RCA. Associates of the mother have recalled the girls being put to use as harmony singers when they were quite little, and being very good at it. The group not only recorded four albums on its own for the Philadelphia International label but also provided background vocals for many Motown artists.Manager Dick Scott developed an interest in the sisters after they switched over to secular music, and the trio began performing as an opener for Detroit stars such as the Four Tops. Diana Ross eventually provided larger exposure for the group by giving the sisters a featured portion within her own stage show. Between the late '70s and early '80s the group scored its string of hits before finally fizzling out into a combination of early retirement and solo careers. In the late '90s a resurgence of interest in the Philly soul sound was the motivation for getting the Jones Girls back in action.

    Valerie Jones died in Detroit on December 2, 2001, at the age of 45.

    Thank you for sharing. I would also like to thank you for this very powerful interview. I like to welcome you back to The Hot Seat Underground .
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    Interviewer  LaSuria Kandi Allman
    Kandi Kane Ent.
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