How long have you been in the rap game?
I’ve been writing rhymes for almost 15, but I’ve only been recording for 8 of those 15. I’m just beginning to take a serious enough to want to put every cent I have into it.

2.Who are your major influences in your music?
I grew up listening to a local legend from the Savannah, GA area named Camouflage, but I have too many other influences name.

3.What is your first single?

The name of my first single is called Child Support. It’s going to be available on Spotify, Itunes, Google Play and Pandora on the May 26th.

4.Who Do You have On Your Album?

I dont have any features on the upcoming, but as far as producers go: Bookem Da Beatgod, John Qwest and Domo The Hitmaker

5.How did you get into the rap game?

I dont feel as though I’m officially in it yet.

6.Where were you born?

Savannah, GA

7.Who would you like to work with that you haven’t already?

I want to work with anybody who’s willing to work with me.

8.Who do you think is the hottest rapper out?

Gotta be Yfn Lucci, Dae Dae, Lud Foe, Young Thug, Lil Uzi, Playboy Carti, Chance The Rapper, Yatchy, Young MA, Migos, Kyle and a bunch of others.

9. Who do you think is the hottest producer out?

Metro Boomin, London On Da Track, TM 88, GoGriz, Ben Billions, Nard & B, Beat Billionaire and John Qwest

10.Who is your favorite artist?

Lil Wayne

11.How did you come up with your album title?

I heard Meek Mill say “They Dont Wanna See You Win” on Litty. I thought that it would be a hot title for an EP.

12.What is your favorite song on your album?

My God produced by Domo The Hitmaker

13.Which song on your album means the most to you?

It’s hard for me to say at this point. I feel that they are all special.

14.Who are you signed with?

I’m not currently signed

15.When is your album release date?

Since I’m supposed to be handling the recording, mixing (stem mastering and automation) and mastering off of my own dime, it’ll take til August to get everything right. I’ll say August 24th

16.What cities do you plan on touring?

It’s gotta be in the GA, FL and SC range for now.

17.What female rapper or artist you think is the sexiest?

I like Angel Haze, SZA and Snow Da Product. All of them can get that off me. I like Dondria Nicole too

18.What would you like to see from the music industry over the next two years?

More DJs reaching out to local acts in order to coach them about the tricks and the trade of the industry.

19.What is your second single gonna be?

Sweet Jones (Produced by John Qwest)

20. What are you doing to make money from your music right now? 

Driving Ready Mix cement trucks and dump trucks at my job. I’m have to go back OTR in order to stay abreast of this child support. The system wanna take a nigga livelihood.

21.Favorite drink in the club?

I havent had a sip of alcohol in 5 years.

22.Favorite industry magazine?

Xxl, The Source, Vibe, Complex and Hip Hop Weekly

23.Who got you started in the rap game?

Kwame Theriot taught me how to rap. Bros Relo taught me how to make club songs. I love both of them niggas. They my brothers

24.How does your family feel about your music and your choice of career?

They dont rock with any of it. I cant get them to listen, but it’s all good.

25.Top 5 rap albums of all time?
1) Scarface – The Diary
2) Dmx – It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot
3) Big Pun – Capital Punishment
4) Webbie – Savage Life
5) Da Luniz – Operation Stackola

26.Favorite r and b group or solo artist?

Xscape, SWV, R. Kelly, Changing Faces, Babyface, Keith Sweat, Jagged Edge, Dru Hill, Jesse Powell, Jaheim, Lyfe Jennings, Tevin Campbell, Tamia, Monica, Toni Braxton, H Town, Johnny Gill, Musiq Soulchild, Tyrese, Jodeci and alot of others

27.Where do you see the rap game headed?

Alot of newer artists going plat off of streams alone in under a week. It’s bound to happen within the next two years.

28.How do you usually come up with your songs?

The songs tend to write themselves once I hear the instrumentals.

29.What can we expect from you in the future?

“They Dont Wanna See You Win” in August. The follow up,  “But It’s All Good”, will probably be out at the beginning of next year.

30. How Can People Reach You?

You can reach me on twitter

@sharoyceantwan or call me at 937-301-8697

Check out some of my tracks via soundcloud @

Music will be available on Spotify, Google Play, Itunes and Spotify soon