Getting tired of the same old song and dance, Corporate drops a fresh new visual to his hit “Really Don’t Want Me”. Left out, yet seemingly content, Corporate gets left behind love and ends the tragedy with accepting fate and dropping mad bars to a new beginning.
1) What keeps you motivate when it comes to your music?
My motivation comes from knowing I’ve got work left to do to be great and working everyday to make it happen. I love that I’m different and unexpected. Corporate originated working a 9-5 in the city, and I’ve found there’s lots of things I’ve taken from that experience and it applied it to the music industry.
2) When you think of “Vintage Media Group”, what comes to mind?
Quality Originality. I’m familiar with OH music / have business partners who I own an app with called Rapchat who are also from the Ohio area. I’ve always enjoyed connecting with talent in the state whether it be artists, promoters, or blogs.
3) Being that you are from Minneapolis, what is the state of Hip-Hop there? How would you titled your style of music?
Hip Hop in Minneapolis is bigger than what I could’ve ever imagined. Its been good to get feedback/new perspectives.. so i take that back and work to get better. Music I write now has a bigger meaning than it did 6 months ago, so I’m excited to see what I can do.
4) With your most recent music video “Really Don’t Want Me” is very Creative, Can you give us some details on how you came up with this visual?
Overall I wanted to have a story that portrayed not being wanted, yet still humble to move on. My buddy who shot/edited the video, Cleon Turner, really helped pull it together and make it a success.
5) Where can your fans & supporters find you online? Via Twitter, Facebook, etc.?
6) Who are some of your influences?
Wiz Khalifa, Drake, Gucci Mane, The Eagles, Electric Light Orchestra
7) Any Last Remarks?
Be on the lookout for new music and visuals. I’ve been working hard on recording more singles with a couple producers TrailMex and AMPM, they’ve been killing it getting better every production. Then getting more visuals lined up for those. I’ve got a collaboration project I’m working on with Moonchie Sax, a rap artist out of the twin cities who plays saxophone simultaneously. He’s got a unique talent, so I’m excited to see what we can accomplish.