To Whom It May Concern
If you have followed me at any time during my tenure as an independent artist, you might have stumbled upon a certain producer whom has created video blogs on Youtube about me. I'm almost certain that nothing may materialize from this fiasco or "beef", but in case slander upon my name manifests I wanted to clear the air on my end. I have never committed malpractice towards any producer or music act. I also have never aired out any business practices, policy or dirty laundry of any person or business that I had problems with without speaking to them first. I wish this producer all the luck and success in the world of music and I'm certain he isn't a bad person; but every deragatory statement he has made about me is 100% false. This producer also has never reached out to me to address me in any shape or form. With that being said, If anyone has a problem working with me in the future because of the things said in these videos, please contact me at email@example.com so that I may give you the rundown.
With that out of the way
If you have been following me, you will likely have seen the words Motif Legend pop up. I've been asked, what exactly is Motif Legend? Some surmise that it is a record label, a catch phrase or a video channel on youtube in which I give information to independent hip hop artists and musicians in general. Motif Legend is a movement and a brand that seeks to cultivate a lifestyle of unity and awareness among rappers and independent artists. Motif Legend is not necessarily a record label as of now, but all are welcome to join the movement. We will have hats and shirts for sale soon. As of June 3rd, 2017, I am 1/3rd owner of Poetic Souls Entertainment and am signed to the label as the main artist. As with all things, my status could change in the future.
With that out of the way
I've been on a hiatus and some may wonder why. My living situation has had me compromised from being able to record and pursue music the way I have been wanting too since September of 2016. Peace Be Upon You, Innermission, Rollin in the Midwest, 6 PM in New York, It Is What It Is Cypher were all recorded sometime around April of 2016. I invested into a home studio, but I didn't really understand what I was getting myself into. I paid plenty of money, only to get quality that I wasn't 100% satisfied with.
The good thing is that the time allowed me to self evaluate my music, so that I could come back stronger. I plan to release at least 3 songs a month from this point forward. I've been asked when I would drop a mixtape and my answer has consistently been, when people demand it, I will make it, but until then, I'll do what I've been doing. If there are at least 100 hardcore fans I know will listen to it, you will have a mixtape. I put a lot into my lyrics, and I refuse to have a mixtape on datpiff.com with two or three listens, when i've likely spent weeks sometimes writing one song.
Thank you so much for reading! Until next time.