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Ghost Unknown – 7 Point Society

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What is your name and what city do you rep?

Ghost Unknown and represent Charlotte NC

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What is unique about you and your music?

I am unlike any musician I have ever met, better yet any person I’ve ever met. I have not indulged in the majority of TV programs or films, music, video games or sports of any kind. I do not drink nor do I party or go clubbing. I only study music and musicians, certain film work and records and only watch nature programs and educational documentaries. I actually care about my product and the people it affects now and in the future. My music reflects not only my life but the lives of everyone I’ve encountered in my journey thus far and continues to evolve on a daily basis.

What shaped your music?

The world and all the people I’ve spoken to and had the privilege to learn from.

When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

11 years old

What type of music do you listen to?

It truly varies from Tupac to Nirvana, Johnny Cash to Def Leppard, Steve Miller Band to Twiztid, Tool to Kendrick Lamar, Boswell Sisters to Jimi Hendrix. But mostly I listen to local legends such as Trè Stylez, Hip Gypsy, Jones McShine aka JAY MAC, Something Clever, Marshall Alexander, Dried Vibes, Scapegoat, F.Dux, 403 MOB, Jah Will, Pain After Death, Of Good Nature, Rich Mahogany, etc..

Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?

Felix Morris of Felix & Jarvis and Hip Gypsy (If you don’t know Google it)

How do you prepare for your performances?

I study the crowd, other musicians, performance tapes, psychology and practice, practice, practice.

What ignites your (song) writing flow?

Emotions and experiences. And on occasion when a new record inspires me.

What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

I get extremely depressed or angry. It’s always one or the other and rarely in between.

Success to you is…

Changing the world one song at a time.
We are well on our way!

What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help artists starting out?

No wishing needed. I was told that I sucked testicles musically and I wish people would tell these “rappers & producers” these days the same thing. Honesty helps build character and ski

Success to you is…

Changing the world one song at a time.
We are well on our way!

What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help artists starting out?

No wishing needed. I was told that I sucked testicles musically and I wish people would tell these “rappers & producers” these days the same thing. Honesty helps build character and skills. Lying just creates slothful ways and bed sores.

Any upcoming projects?

My alter ego “Mr. Wicked is dropping his debut album “Purple Unicorn” on Halloween and I’m already working on the pre-production for my sophomore studio album TBA 2018. Other than that I am preparing the storyboard stages for “7 Point Society (The Movie)”.

Where do we find you music / music project?

http://ghostunknown.bandcamp.com

http://soundclound.com/ghostunknown403

http://www.facebook.com/ghostunknown403

http://www.twitter.com/ghostunknown

@ghostunknown403 on SnapChat

@403mob on Instagram

http://www.youtube.com/403mobtv