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A RollOut Exclusive — Q & A Session With Rapper No Feelinz


Entrepreneur, rapper, music writer, Recording artist, business owner and multi personal investor.

You can feed a man, but I think it’s better you teach a man to hunt and fish. Then he can bring food back to his family for a lifetime and teach the generations to come that same skill as a hunter and provider.
Music for me has been a tool and the base structure of life then I started growing, applying what I’ve learned from the music business to different areas of my life and what ever else I wanted to adventure in. Right now I’m looking to create opportunities for others to grow and achieve their dreams!

Where are you from?:
No Feelinz: Albuquerque new Mexico

How long have you been making music?:
No Feelinz: I’ve been writing music and recording records since 2005. In 2013 I started to take my music career seriously.

How many songs /albums have you released to date?:
No Feelinz: I released 7 singles 1 EP and over 4 free mixtapes I’ve also been featured on many independent artists projects.

Can you tell us about your latest release and the background/inspirations behind it?:
No Feelinz: Strong faith / Go Getter
True story you have to have strong faith to believe and achieve. While being a go getter to chase your dreams. Many people take a seat on the sidelines while others play the game and score points.
I was feeling so much emotions at the time when I wrote the songs and the best way to release that pain is to go hard and create music. Release that pain and emotions on the music and kill it.

How have you ended up in the music industry?:
No Feelinz: I be came homeless living in my car winter of 2012 by 2013 I moved to Santa fe and I met actress and music producer Sheryl Roberts. Roberts owned a full acting and recording studio in Santa Fe. I was homeless but determined to reach my goals. Music was a way out I figured, So Roberts offered me free studio time to record my projects. In return all she asked from me was a small donation to her nonprofit and community volunteering when I could help out. So I began to work with her for the next year and a half while taking vocal lessons and acting classes. I got to record music at her studio then I hired her to produce one of my songs. In 2015 I collaborate on a single song with major recording artist rapper who Mike Jones. In spring of 2016 we performed our song on stage at the reloaded music tour. Now after leaving Robert’s studio with the knowledge and having the chance to work and perform next to a big act. I was in search of new music career opportunities. That’s when I met Dennis Javier Jasso a Latino music producer well known in Mexico and Puerto Rico. I started recording and working with Dennis in his studio from 2016 to the winter of 2018. I learned how to produce my own music, audio engineering, marketing, rental property management and the basics of Latino music and culture. Me and Dennis Javier Jasso would go on to be nominated 4 times in a row from
16 – 19 for the best hip-hop songs in the state of New Mexico at the NM music awards.
In 2019 I got discovered by Grammy award winner Luca dayz. I signed a distribution deal with luca dayz and Bentley records.

What do you think of the music industry within the last year?:
No Feelinz: The industry is always evolving year by year. The way fans buy music has changed since I first started I was printing my own flyers and CD covers at kinko’s and selling CD’s at the mall. now days spotify, apple music, and YouTube is were fans are streaming music. You can listen to a thousand songs in one day! I mean if you really wanted to it shows music is moving super fast today.

Who do you think was your most influential artist?:
No Feelinz: 2pac, chamillionaire, and mike jones
The knowledge I’ve learned from the music they created was super impressive and the storylines of the lives they lived. I’ve got to collaborate on a song and perform that song on tour with mike jones and the advice he gave me was a gem this guy had two hit single records that topped the charts multi million dollar record deals. The knowledge I’ve learned from him was a true blessing and I’m honored to have learned so much of the music business aspect and what to do if you get a million dollar record deal offer.

Who have you collaborated with so far in your career?:
No Feelinz: I’ve been blessed and fortunate enough to have worked with a ton of talented individuals. From major recording artists to film and music producers to recording records inside some of the worlds most famous studios in California. Along with the Media personnel that coverd my music. I also collaborated on songs with well over 30 independent artists from around the United states, Argentina, and the UK.
They all know who they are. Anyway it will take me hours to name them all.
But big shoutout to all them salute!

How do you think you differ from other artists?:
No Feelinz: I dont like to compare myself to others. We all are great! I try to focus on what I’m doing and continue to drive in my own lane if you focus on what others are doing you kinda lose yourself and your original style of thinking.

Dead or alive, who would be your dream collaboration?:
No Feelinz: Kurt Cobain 2pac dr dre

What was the first album you bought?:
No Feelinz: Lil troy sittin fat down south
Luniz Operation Stackola album
I got 5 on it introduced me to hiphop I was five years old when that song came out my dad use to play it all the time and the kids at pre school would sing that song to me since I was the only 5 year old in class.

What’s your favorite song at the moment?:
No Feelinz: Ive been listening to Nirvana a lot and they got tons of great songs

If you had to sell your music collection tomorrow, what album would you leave in your draw?:
No Feelinz: Ok so think about this. It’s not about what you can get out of this world but what positive can you bring in to it. I believe music is to be shared with the world. I’m willing to share music and leave nothing in the draw if it’s going to help the next person with positive healing and achievements to work hard towards that’s me doing my part in giving back.

What is your favorite saying?:
No Feelinz: When jesus christ has your back you can win every lap calling out the devil catch these hands were you at.

What other hobbies or interests do you have?:
No Feelinz: I build cars and trucks

Do you have any tattoos or piercings?:
No Feelinz: A few tattoos

Tell us more about your upcoming project or this new project?:
No Feelinz: I linked up a few years ago with Gavin hammond owner of checkmark audio recording studio hes a Super dope and talented music engineer. We worked together on a bunch of records so far
The project is called Righteous way
The EP will release this year it’s the
Second part of my first EP million ways.
I Differently got the series going here!

What’s in the pipeline after this project?:
No Feelinz: Honestly I’ve been super busy with some real estate projects so differently I want to finish them as much as I can.
Whlie still creating music. For sure I want to drop my last and final mixtape installment Southwest bang 4 and release 2 more EP’s and a bunch of singles. Stay updated by signing up to my website

*Thank you for your time and may you carry on making great, fresh music.:
No Feelinz: Yes! Thank you to Deb James. The whole Streamapse team and jesus christ

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