I am coming from New Jersey.
As a child, I was just always into music. My uncle back in the day was in a band, and he played in his own band. He played the drums. The production of Fallout started right before and finished after his passing as well which is why I reference him in the song, “I Did,” on the album.
Man, that took a long ass time for something that seems so simple. So the first letter of my name starts with M and the middle name is Hunter. I combined the two. However, the crazy thing is that is not what I was thinking when I made it. I was thinking I’m hunting for M’s. It wasn’t until afterward I was like “oh shit, that’s smart as hell, I’m a fuckin genius.”
Absolutely. My first album, “Vital,” was only on SoundCloud because I didn’t buy like any rights to the beats and it showed for it. With this album, “Fallout,” I invested as much as I could into it and it’s on all platforms, and I feel much more proud f this in every aspect.
When I bought FL Studio, I was like well I just spent like two of my work paychecks. I better make the most of this shit. So after I dropped Vital or right before, I started messing around with it and Patty Mill$ taught me how to get started. So, I’ve never actually finished a beat but, I’m really good at melodies and hi-hat placements and everything. So now that Fallout is out I’ll focus more on that as well as my record label I just started.
The label is called Future Past Records and basically what I try to do alongside Simarjit is bring in underground artists and get them all into one spot so that more pro labels can find us easier. We also offer a bunch of services for people who aren’t looking to be part of the label but want promo or boosts or features from our artists for decent pricing.
Honestly, just a microphone and a laptop on a desk. Nothing insane.
A mix of both. Both buy, and friends send me beats.
My first album was at about 58k plays in the first two weeks. It got a mix of both good and bad feedback. Always going to have haters.
After Vital, I was still always in a studio. I have my house studio, school studio, and friends houses so I would call myself a full-time rapper. But yeah, after Vital I wrote the record Try Me that features Mona Mula and then I wrote The Shelter and then from there I was just like “fuck it, might as well make an album.”
To snapback at critics but also to just show where I feel I am at in the world.
I basically was I was recording a minimum of 3 days in a row, and I do basically live in the studio. It was crazy if I was rapping, I was writing. If I wasn’t writing, I was finding beats or freestyling to find new flows. Crazy.
It was a mix of me, Patty Mill$, and Simarjit.
Simarjit is always fun to work with because we have that competitive edge against each other. I feel we bring out the best in one another. Kid Vishis also because that’s Royce Da 5’9” ‘s brother and just got off tour with Eminem so I was extremely hype for that and I’m glad I was given that opportunity.
My greatest inspiration is and always will be Eminem. He saved me. He showed me my niche. I also get inspired by Joyner Lucas, Big Sean, Post Malone, and Kendrick Lamar. As well as Travis Scott
Simply happiness man. I have been through too much shit. Money and Fame is great, and I’d love to be able to live life and take care of future kids and a family but that money and fame, it’s not going to my grave. And that sounds cliche, but it’s merely the truth.
I sometimes do yes. Maybe more than less. But what keeps me going what keeps my drive is, I love rapping. And I’m always inspired most of the time, and it’s just a passion at this point. Many artists are only in it for the money and fame, but this is my passion. I love music, and I love hip hop and rap.
Just don’t give up if its meant to be it will be.
My Instagram @mhuntofficial
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