Q.#1) Where are you from?
I’m from New Jersey.
Q.#2) How long have you been on the music scene?
I’ve been on the music scene for half my life.
Q.#3)When I was listening to your Soundcloud profile I noticed your older music style was more rock than hip-hop. Why did you decide to make the transition to hip-hop?
I started from hip-hop and transitioned to rock actually. it was a great experience.
Q.#4) Which artists did you idolize when you were growing up?
I idolized everyone from Michael Jackson to The Cure. Whatever sounded good.
Q.#5) When did you realize you wanted to pursue a career in music?
I realized I wanted to pursue a career in music when I picked up my flute at age 6.
Q.#6) What keeps you motivated to continue creating hip-hop music?
I stay motivated to keep hip-hop in the game because it’s important enough to do so.
Q.#7) Why do you think people say real hip-hop is dead?
People say hip-hop is dead because it’s a new generation. some people fail to see where true hip-hop really came from.
Q.#8) If you could work with any artists, who would it be & why?
The best artists I’d work with are dead. But I’d really like to get on stage with KoRn. I like their energy.
Q.#9) If you could compare yourself to any other artist who would it be?
I’ve been compared to some. But I just like being an all around artist that can change the show up and spit between different genres.
Q.#10) Do you have any projects in the near future you can tell us about?
I have a solo project called “GARBAGE NIGHT” almost mixed and ready to go, & also my band, “UNDERGROUND LOGIC” has an album coming out in 2017. More video’s too!
Q.#11) If you could send your fans an inspiring & motivational message that wasn’t in the form of a song like most I’ve heard from you what would it be?
Tiffany Sterling - Karma Pill (Official Music Video)
Tiffany Sterling - Gangsta On Em (Official Music Video)