“Into a 10 year incarceration term I read a book by Teri Woods called Dutch. It was so live that I thought that I could write something so I began writing books. That turned into writing movies which in the end began my songwriting career.”
Check out the interview with K.I.D.D. Logic exclusively on Skilly Magazine Online.
Skilly: Where did this all start? Tell us about your journey in the entertainment business.
K.I.D.D. Logic: Into a 10 year incarceration term I read a book by Teri Woods called Dutch. It was so live that I thought that I could write something so I began writing books. That turned into writing movies which in the end began my songwriting career.
What would be your biggest piece of advice for the young kids out there trying to do what you do?
You have to focus. Focus and consistency are the major keys to success. The glamour in the street life is not the way out of poverty.
What are some of the hardest challenges and tasks in your position?
The hardest challenge is networking and getting noticed. There are a million people doing what I do and the only thing I have to rely on is my originality and talent and most times talent just isn’t good enough.
We all know the entertainment business is very tough, but what do you find is the best way to promote and advertise your music?
Money. Money changes everything and can contribute to networking and connect you with the right people. With the addition to that is a fan base. You have to have a fan base so others can spread your talents.
Tell us about your city. How are the artists and the fans?
Oklahoma City is a city were a lot of people are only in it for themselves. There’s a lot of favoritism, but there are also a lot of people who support artists in entertainment. Popularity is the biggest thing in Oklahoma City. A lot of people want to be better than others instead of lifting one another up.
Where do you see yourself a year from today?
I’m currently creating a hip hop movie called A Major Factor. A year from now I will be on my second film and hopefully working on a contract deal with a major label.
Who and what were your biggest inspirations? Who do you look up to in today’s world?
I, myself am very influential. So I can only look at the positive inspirational people such as Mr. Sean Combs. Since I was a child all I wanted to be was a Bad Boy. People like Diddy, Nas, Dr. Dre, Jermaine Dupri have showed an extreme manner of success and constancy when it comes to the image of progression.
How do you feel about the music coming out today? Do you like it?
I respect any person getting their shine on, but I wish that music was the music I grew up on in the 90’s and early 2000’s. The music these days depict a fairytale. I don’t like the new age music, not at all.
Where can we contact you and find you online?
Facebook: Logic Brooks