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Interview with globally known rapper, producer, and songwriter CorePreme

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Globally renowned rapper producer and songwriter CorePreme has presented his musical wares around the globe, including touring across six continents, amid 17 countries and in more than 20 cities in his native U.S. Since graduating with honors from the Forbes School of Business at Ashford University in Iowa, receiving his Triple BA in Entrepreneurship, Public Relations & Accounting with a minor in International Management, CorePreme has appeared with and collaborated alongside a number of industry legends in the music industry. His hip-hop mantra is all about the yin and yang—attempting in earnest to balance the seven deadly sins with the seven holy virtues. 

CorePreme has new single called “Blame It On My Momma” where he brags about his swagger and ability to attract the opposite sex while reflecting on the game his mother gave him about how to deal with women. Having a turbulent relationship with his mother, due to her early drug addiction and feeling that his mother put drugs before him initially and once she got off drugs, she put god before him and his siblings. 

He turned to the streets and became some what of a ladies man. Later attracting a reputation as a procurer as he would work as security and management in strip clubs around New Jersey. His music is controversial, compelling, honest and on occasion aggressive and uncompromising. He differentiates himself in the music industry by refusing to compromise his core competencies of virtues and sins. We are all at war with some element of ourselves, his music personifies that struggle while attempting to find his place between heaven and hell.