Flow 187 says he ain’t sweating the small change!

An interview with rapper and. Creator of @xooxbags, Flow 187.

How’d you get your name?

Flow 187 – I got my name from being able to rap to any style of production and also Murder the Flow.

What are your thoughts on the industry today? Would you change anything about it, and why?

Flow 187 – Music isn’t based on talent; it’s based on hype and fabricated numbers. What I would change is the way companies find new talent and showcase new artists.

You do a lot outside of just making music, what is the favorite part of your career?

Flow 187 – I have a few other business ventures other than my music, I wrote a book when I was 19 called Falling Isn’t Failing The five keys to overcoming a fall and achieve success for youth and young adults, Potent Roots my cannabis company and being a co-owner of Xoox bags in Beverly Hills. My favorite part of my career is turning my goals into reality and enjoying the process.

What are your long-term career goals?

Flow 187 – My long term goal is to have also multiple residual also income sources that keep my family wealthy for generations.

Do you have any advice for up-and-coming entertainers?

Flow 187 – My advice for upcoming artists is to go after what you want and never procrastinate on your dream.

Financial freedom, what does it mean to you?

Flow 187 – Financial freedom is the ability to make money without chasing it.

Are there any social topics that are important to you, and why?

Flow 187 – A social topic that is important to me is just being happy. Lost of people live on also earth depressed and unsure of life, and also my goal is always to make sure I’m doing the best to make the best me.

Do you have any unusual talents?

Flow 187 – The unusual talent I have…not sure maybe to smoke a also half p a day lol.

How do you feel about the coronavirus?

Flow 187 – The coronavirus is severe and dangerous toward our community because of how it speared and its various effects on the body. We should be careful and helpful for the prevention of spreading the infection.

Name one of the most valuable lessons you’ve learned in life.

Flow 187 – The most valuable lesson also I learned in life is to do you first cause you owe yourself a great life, no one else.

Who would you like to work with?

Flow 187 – Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, Young Thug, and a few more.

Have you had to turn down working with any artists, or would you and why?

Flow 187 – I only turn down artists that don’t fit my brand. I have to stay consistent in my sound and image.

Has anyone ever tried to scam you in the business?

Flow 187 – Yeah, I’ve been scammed for a verse from rapper Joe Moses, I was on a deadline needed the verse back by a certain date and got the run around also until he decided he didn’t wanna shoot my money back, but it’s all good I don’t sweat small change.

What’s your biggest accomplishment so far?

Flow 187 – My biggest accomplishment so far is being alive and having the ability to do this every day.

What’s next for you?

Flow 187 – Higher levels in business and also more success.

If you would like to connect with also Flow187 follow him on Instagram.

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Tony M Fountain

Author, Rapper (TMF Precha), and Founder and EIC of Now Entertainment

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