Fresh off of 61st and Pine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, we sit and spend some time and get to know the 18 year old, up and coming artist, KEEM HEAVY. With his dedicated mother, Lynnette, a.k.a. Da Goodsister, by his side as his number one fan and motivator, greatness is surely coming for this young artist.
An unforgettable experience, to say the least, but thanks to this particular opportunity, I have an expectation of how the film life works for future projects. Now I get to sit down with the masterminds that are working towards bringing Wisconsin on the competitive map for the film industry.
I've connected with this artist for the past five years, at least, and I have the largest amount of respect for his craft and artistry as an actor, a hip-hop artist, and a motivational speaker. Even as today's hip-hop industry can't seem to draw away from negative terms and swear words, Tray Chaney has formatted his craft of not using such words in his messages...
I sit down and converse with another veteran turned artist about his music, his philosophy with art and life, and how the military shaped him as an artist.
I interviewed this guy with two other essential individuals last year for Coffin II. Now, I sit alone with @johnnyalonso in this interview where we talk about his upcoming film projects, his philosophy in life, and the tricks and trades that has kept his longevity and freshness in the film career and his life in general after twenty years of hanging tough as the individual he is!