Back in 2009-2010 I had the privilege and the pleasure of working and traveling in South Korea. As someone with a thirst for travel and adventure could imagine, the life experience was incredible. One of the best things about living abroad is that I was able to still work on my music. Hip Hop enabled me to keep my sanity. Although it was a challenge to live in a country where you don’t speak the language, or blend in with the general population, working on my music helped me coast through the experience. I was able to finish my last LP, perform live, blog about my experiences, travel, and mingle with Hip Hop artists from all over the world brought to Seoul for one reason or another. The thought of performing internationally without being bankrolled by a corporate owned label was priceless. If you are an up and coming artist, get out there and see the world. You don’t have to be a major artist to be internationally known.
See Ya At the Top,