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Q. Where are you from introduce yourself?
R.A.Z.E.R is a recording artist who is originally from Hartford, Connecticut. Having spent his youth growing up in a Jamaican household, R.A.Z.E.R attributes his early musical influences to the music played by his parents; including artists such as Bob Marley, Capelton, Buju Bantan, and Shabba Ranks, influenced me to want to express myself on the mic to people across the world and move crowds with my lyrical content.”

Q. Is it difficult being a rapper?
Becoming a rapper/lyricist isn't easy, however, there will be a lot of haters and competitors out there hoping to make you fail. But if you stay focus, make great music, build a fanbase and get the right connections, and a strong team behind you, hard work will pay off. the more origanal you are as an Artist the better chances you will have to stand out and make it big in "The Game"

Q.Who inspired you to make music?
“Who inspired me to make music was Bob Marley, he would move crowds and bring different nationalities together to enjoy the moment and allow the lyrics in the songs to help fans overcome life challenges, or obstacles, along with Nasir Jones ( Nas) who represented a swag and smooth charismatic flow that related to the EastCoast lifestyles going on around me.”

Q. What music are you pushing right now? where can readers find you and your music?
Right now I am pushing my new single "Cut Em Off" out now, streaming on all platforms. It's trailer released on April 2, 2021 on Duggular ENT’s Youtube channel followed by the official music video on May 14th, 2021 . I’m also working on an EP that will be released later on this year. It will be a piece introducing me to the world and giving them a little insight on me as an artist - along with bonus tracks to catch a vibe to. I also plan to brand my clothing line ‘Velvy’ and start a kids line ‘Duggish Kids’ that will be taking off this September.”
My music can be found on Spotify, Apple Music, Itunes, Google Play, Deezer, Pandora, Amazon Prime, Instagram, and youtube.

Q. Whats makes you different from a lot of artists? 
“The music that I typically make has a new school East-coast Southern twist to it. Being from the east-coast is very important to me so I always carry that in every project I work on to keep it authentic. I can write music for different genres, not just hip hop, since music is an expression within. I like to create music that will fit the atmosphere or environment that is appropriate for the occasion and I like to leave an unforgettable impression for my fans or audience to be thrilled about. For example, laid-back conscience rap, club songs, R&B songs, country songs, reggae songs, trap music, and neo-soul.”

 What is your biggest accomplishment as a rapper?
I learned that I was able to start my own company Duggular Entertainment as a independent Artist and Duggular Live Broadcasts where I interviewed artists, business owners, and entrepreneurs. My interviewees include the likes of Shawty Lo, Freeway, Sam (the gas can man) of the Eastside Boys, Kilo Ali, and Raheem the Dream. R.A.Z.E.R has also been interviewed by none other than Greg Street from Atlanta's V103. I developed a strong team to take my company to the next level and networking with media to build strong buisness relationships. I am currently living in Houston where I continue to expand Duggular Ent and work with 953JAMZ radio's Street Team.  
R.A.Z.E.R has opened for BBOD (from Love and Hip Hop New York), has opened for Raz-B (from group b2k), has opened for late Shawty Lo. Also performed at the Atrium in Stone Mountain, and had the opportunity to work with The Legendary late Sammy Blue (known as the Prince Of The Blues), as well as Rita Graham (known as Ray Charles Roulett singers)

Q. Any message to your fans?
“Believe in yourself, be patient and consistent because success won’t happen overnight. Being a artist requires a a lot of time hard work and dedication, so you want to make sure the proper paper work is taken care of at the beginning. Also, just because a song is popular at the moment doesn’t mean that you should follow the trend. If you have a unique style and originality as an artist, I think you should naturally let that develop and give that to the audience because they will appreciate you being yourself more than trying to fit in with the trend. Being original is well respected and goes a long way to becoming a successful artist.”

“ Cut Em Off” single out now on all platforms

Youtube: Duggular Ent.
https://youtu.be/v0E9bhWwmMM( official Video)

(Trailer): to “Cut Em Off” https://youtu.be/Ni6OX8M15sQ

Spotify: R.a.z.e.r. https://open.spotify.com/track/5iw0l3lsGusHo1psGfP1Jy?si=a4gPqf4HTxGVWqrcreLnwg

“Cut Em Off”

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