@TheRReport1 Exclusive Interview with @rasaeC_olaH

By on October 12, 2017
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Halo Ceasar uses his voice to spit rhymes of precision and make smooth melodies; this young artist is in the same vein of other talented artists who are winning in the rap game by using their voice in a different manner of styles.

All the great ones have suffered setbacks and each time they picked themselves up off the floor and bounced back and Halo is no different – and with that in mind, he continues to move towards his dream.

The sky’s the limit for this multi-talented entertainer and actor whose dream is to take Hollywood and the music industry by storm. As for now, Las Vegas is about to become “Ceasar’s Palace.”

 

 

 

 

 

1) Growing up who was some of your biggest influences in hip-hop?
Outkast, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Ludacris, Biggie and 2 Pac
2) When was it that you decided that you wanted to become a rapper?
It was my senior year of high school. Something came over me where I just had to take the music seriously.
3) Describe the meaning behind your name Halo Ceasar.
It means Angel King. I knew it was my purpose to deliver a message to the world and inspire. I started out as Young Halo and thought the name didn’t speak enough volumes. So I thought first name last name. I feel like I’m the angel of music and I also feel that I’m the King of the music industry, so Halo Ceasar spawned.
4) What was the first song that you ever recorded?
Auto-tune Gangsta
5) You broke in the game with your debut mixtape The Morning After. Explain the process behind your debut mixtape.
Man, I put some hard work into this mixtape! Minimal sleep, kept calling out from work just to make sure I got it done. I mixed and mastered the whole thing myself on a Dell laptop using Adobe Audition. In the process, my job fired me, but I ended up getting accepted into the Art Institute and moved to ATL right away. Before in left Nashville, TN I printed up 200 Hard copies of The Morning After to pass out in ATL.
6) Not only are you an upcoming recording artist, but an actor as well. Being featured in movies like Jason Bourne, and the 2pac All Eyez On Me biopic. What was that experience like?
It was like an out of body experience being next to Matt Damon and being a part of the Tupac Biopic specifically because my dad loves the Jason Bourne trilogy and Tupac is his favorite rapper. I waited until after I did both movies to tell him and he lost his mind haha, he said what?!!
7) Are there any mainstream artists, and producers that you would like to work with?
Absolutely! Andre 3000, Timbaland, Pharell, Zaytoven Beats, Lil Wayne, Young Thug, Tink, Erykah Badu and Jaden Smith to start off.
8) You’re making a lot of buzz with your smash single God Flow. What was the concept behind your smash single?
Okay so the idea is me bragging about what I have because I didn’t sit around and wait for it to come to me, I went and took it. A lot of you will probably notice I’m mimicking a preacher’s delivery in my verses; this brings me back to a piece of the hook God said thou shalt not hate! Don’t judge what you don’t know because I’m a self-made man and everyone around me.
9) How did you link with the big homie in the game, Mack Drama?
He was in town for the Mayweather and McGregor fight and my homie Don P reached out to him on Twitter, and we linked up and hit it off from there.
10) What advice has Mack Drama giving you for an upcoming artist trying to break it in the music game?
He always tells me to be patient, and make sure I stay consistent!
11) What can we expect from Halo Ceasar for the remaining of 2017, and 2018?
I am currently working on a mixtape and album with the release dates set to 2018. I’ll be attending South by Southwest. Also look forward to living performances in a city near you.
12) Are there any last comments that you would like to make?
Shout out to Solomon Management Company, OG Mack Drama, 1017 Records, Mafia Gang, Traka Beatz, U.N.O.A., Slay Yo Head Productions, FreeWiFi music and all my supporters and fans.