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Coach 88 Ep 1: Moneiiess

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Endie Fiya

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If his life were a Facebook status, the best way to describe it would be "It's Complicated".  This is reflected in his music.  Like the late great Tupac Shakur, He finds himself torn between two twins of himself.  There's that part of him that wants to do the wrong thing.  Then there's that part of him that just wants to fly right.  It's the human condition. The music that he makes has gone from what he thought people wanted to hear from him, to what he has to offer to the music community.

 

He represents what he would like to call Hip-Hop’s statesmen. Adults who have grown up with the culture, and even though we have gone from occupying corners and concerts to boardrooms and business, our love for the culture remains. That’s honesty what he thinks is lacking right now in music. How many of us can listen to our favorite music and see the lives that we live or even relate to the lyrics that we hear.

 

Moneiiess has had accomplishments such as performing in and around the southeast (Atlanta, Carolinas, Philly, Ohio). Hes also a voting member with The Recording Academy as well as an ASCAP songwriter. He has also released a book in March 2017 entitled, “Let’s Talk About It-Honest Conversation about Things that Matter”. He is currently pursuing song placements for my new song “Growth”, featuring Levi.

 

Moneiiess goal is to successfully promote and market his current single and additional music that he has been writing and recording. The recent death of his brother has grown him considerably (hence the name of my single) as both a writer and a performer. His desire is to present to the music community songs that reflect their life experiences and are at the same time an escape from the troubles they face; or maybe even a solution to the problems that they face.

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