Introducing Dope Lyricist R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz)

Featured artist: R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz) - Introducing Dope Lyricist R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz)

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz).

How did you decide to become an artist?

R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz): Ever since I was young I had a gift of putting words together. All I did as a kid was play basketball and listen to rap. At age 10 or 11 I wrote my first verse. It was so impressive for my age that I just kept writing and perfecting my craft. Through out life's ups and downs I still had a passion for music but it was hard to focus on it fully with my trials and tribulations. After finding God I decided to focus on my gift so that I could prosper with it and make a difference for me, my son, and the people I reach.

The best advice I recieved applies to all aspects of life and that's to "Keep God 1st".

- R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz)


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I perform live and do concerts. I've done shows through out the East Coast, the South, and a few times in the Midwest. Right now I am focusing on recording and then I'll get back to touring.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


"That scope brings horror so we know/Bring out that horror scope (horoscope), you'll get a sing where you'll be lyin' (Lion) like a Leo" R.A.W. "Tear Drops" (Lyrics Copyrighted) feat. E. Ness
- R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz)

What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?

I am currently working on my first official project. This will be an Album released through Slumlord Studios in Columbus, OH which has a distribution deal and partnership with Universal Records. The Album will be released on all major platforms and streaming sites.

Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?

Yes I would sign a major deal as long as I had full creative control. I write my own lyrics, I choose the songs I want to do, and I record how I am comfortable recording. All I would need the label to do is put me on that platform, fund me, and let me do my thing.

Any last words?

First I want to shout out my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Without His mercy and grace I would have never got this far. Shout out to my son Josiah he is the reason why I go so hard and he means everything to me. I want to give to a huge shoutout to everyone involved with my music career such as my manage Hip, my producer and label exec Big Moose Da Pro, label mate and big brother E. Ness and his manager Sheed aka Noot, another one of my producers Red Sparks and also CG who is very talented at making beats. My boys from my hometown who always held me down D Shaw and Terry. Shout out to my fellow artists from Columbus, OH D Mo, Torre Geez, Nes Wordz, etc. My GoodLife Fam T Russ, Sada, Cease, Money, Poke, Jae Will. My homegirls Kesh, Shelby, and Amber. Shout out everyone on the East Coast when I stayed out there: Vaughn, Lil Jared, Sam, Nate, Kenny, Dymique and anyone else I forgot. All my peoples down South T Dukes, J Coons, TD, Chuck, Paris, Corey, Jah. My boy from South Central LA Chris (that's my bro!). Love all y'all!

Where can we contact you?

R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz): Http://www.twitter.com/rightallwrongz

Thank you for your time. We wish you and your career the success it deserves.

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