Interview Zay Neroo
What is the most complex thing you’ve had to do?
- I continued working even when I felt it was hard and wasn’t meant; I just kept going. I feel like when you make music, you experience more failure than success, which can sometimes be mentally challenging.
What is the most outstanding achievement you’ve ever accomplished?
- I have to say the most impressive thing I’ve accomplished is building a name for myself and finally taking music seriously. I spent most of my life always saying what I’d do or what I wish I could do, so for me to be doing it. Fantastic!
What are your long-term goals?
- My long-term goal is to be successful and to tell the world my story
What is the biggest mistake you have made within your career?
- The biggest mistake I’ve ever made was not believing in myself enough. I feel like, How can I tell the world my story and expect them to handle it if I can’t even believe in myself.
What is one message that you would like to give the world?
- Stay focused, stay motivated never worry about other people. Success will come if you work hard and give it you're all.
Where do you see yourself in the next ten years?
- Being signed to a major label somewhere touring the world
If you could take back one thing you did wrong, what would it be and why?
- Not finishing school and being on the streets, I feel like school is one of the most important things you ever have in your life, and being on the roads was never cool. It just bought me more pain and stress.
If you could sign to any artist, who would it be and why?
Columbia records. I love how they are hands-on with their artists and give them all the tools they need to be successful.
If you could work with any artist, who would it be and why
Rod wave. I relate to much of his music, and his work ethic is crazy. We would make a piece that the people hurt and go through the lowest can click toto which the people hurt and go through the lowest can tell.