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Indie Focus Published: February 24, 2012

Feyvva Punkette – I Got it Made Too

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Exclusive Interview

Tell us about where you are from and how you got to this position today.
Well I’m a born Jamaican Indian, from a parish called Westmoreland. I’m an entertainer/writer/producer/entrepreneur of multiple genre’s whom migrated to the United States, when I was only a child. I was raised in Queens then relocated to the infamous Brooklyn. I got my first break at the age of 15 or 16 when I went to a studio called HC&F where I met Shabba Ranks. I was then signed under the same management and production contract as the Entertainer. After that cookie crumbled I then moved to Sacramento California. Moving forward I discovered that the art of music is beyond making songs, knowing how to connect with your audience learning how to command and master the stage opened up a new chapter so I toured Northern California expanding my fan based.

Tell us more about the current song you are promoting to everyone.
This song I got it made too’’ was produced by DJ. Obsession. Better known as Remix king of New York. This record is actually an old school banger from Special Ed. The producer brought the idea to me like Feyv we should remix this joint, he gave me the beat I listened to the original and I painted a musical canvas with my concept of how I got it Made Too. Old school meets new school and there it was made. Ha

What are you currently working on and what can we expect to see?
Right now I’m in the process of producing a new Mix-Tape. Title unknown I must say it will sound nothing like I got it Made Too on this project I decided to express what humans fear to speak on. There will be some harsh topics about hate, deception, religion and many more. Mix-Tape will be in stores by the ending of summer.

Tell us about one of the hardest challenges you had to face in the industry?
My hardest challenge ever was when I was only a teenager excited about going a major label and got turned down not being able to (overstand) why. So many broken empty promises, they sold me dreams that I kept buying from those who representing me at the appointed time. At some point giving up was all I wanted to do. For each time the word of ones bond was broken my world crumbled and dreams shattered. But with the strength giving from my roots indeed I have overcome those fears. I’ve learned not everyone practice rectitude.

What was one of the biggest set backs in your career and how did you bounce back?
Set backs can’t recall any, I’m very persistent I pursue goals with consistency nothing stops me until I stop breathing. If life is a game I’m that ball. Hustle hard and you shall prevail.

What are some things artists need to be careful of?
Artist should be careful of mind control, this is what their using against the hungry souls of the innocent. They will manipulate your wants and needs, On the contrary their code of ethics is greed, power and control. They control multi-media causing mass destruction until this day, as to why so many entertainers lose themselves in the rising of their unjust fame.

What suggestions do you have for other artists like yourself?
My only suggestion for all artist and entertainers, set your goals then conquer and prevail. Learn the Business to the core, cause the snakes (Mammom) will try to bite and intimidate you. Don’t sell your soul for gold.

What are the best ways to sell your products as an artist?
Selling products can be done in many ways. It’s best to learn about marketing. become an internet guru, first things first quality over quantity.

What is one of your favorite ways to promote yourself and your music?
My favorite way would have to be on stage. On stage I’m able to channel an energetic force into the souls of my audience. Social networks I do commend due to the fact that we can stay connected to our fan & supporters.

Where can people visit you?
People can visit at:
Booking: 347-291-6115


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