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Tcha's Devotions
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When did you become interested in Hip Hop?
A: As I grew up, I was immersed in hip, hop. I memorized the songs, watched the videos, and idolized the life. I’ve been rapping since.

Q: Who are your musical influences?
A: Cross Movement, Rakim, Public Enemy, Black Sheep, BDP, Gangstarr, MC Lyte

Q: Some of the subjects in your music are gritty, true to life and very real. Where does that come from?
A: My own personal life, growing up. I lived in the ghetto, although I didn’t know it. I thought it was normal to see crack vials on the B-Ball court. Some of my friends were drug dealers and some of them took wayward paths. I learned both from my mistakes and others' mistakes.

Q: Where did you grow up?
A: In New Castle, DE, not far from the Delaware Memorial Bridge.

Q: Were you raised by a musical family?
A: Actually, the true sense of family for me was non-existent- pertaining to the married functional family. However, before I went to live with my father, he used to sing gospel music with a quartet.

Q: What’s the purpose of your music? What do you want people to walk away with after hearing your album?
A: The purpose of my music is to make people think. I want people to think about decisions they make, concerning relationships, life experiences, behaviors, and spiritual stance. Many times we have a tendency to act first and to think later. I want people to do the opposite. I also want my music to encourage and inspire people. Many artists talk about problems experienced today without resolution, but I try to communicate a way of overcoming those problems: a way, and the way that has been tried and proven throughout time, the way, Jesus Christ.

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