‘AK Mars’ is a hip hop artist and songwriter from Toronto, Canada.
Who are you biggest musical influences?
Growing up, I listened to a lot of r&b and hip-hop. Music was never played in my household so I just learned about it myself. Growing up I listened to a lot of Kanye West, Chris Brown, Akon, Usher, Eminem, Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Wu Tang, and the list goes on. I’d say my top 3 biggest musical influences are: Lil Wayne, Kanye West, and Tory Lanez.
What are some of your biggest accomplishments thus far in your career?
I released my first song in March of 2019, so just about a year ago, and I do consider that to be an accomplishment for myself. In the summer of 2019 I traveled to Los Angeles to network with some people, and it proved to help me in the future. Near the end of 2019 I ended up attending a few tour dates on Lil Tjay’s first tour and worked with Lil Tjay and Jay Gwuapo. Early 2020 I traveled to New York to work with Jay Gwuapo and network with some people within the industry. In my city I’ve been working with some local artists such as ‘Road Runner’ and had a studio session with ‘Yung Tory’. My partners and I also started a record label/umbrella called ‘Treblevision Records’, which I am the co founder of. We currently have 3 artists and 2 producers and we’re continually growing. Besides that I’ve just been trying to put myself out there and consistently grow.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Well first off I want to say that this summer I’ll be releasing my first project. In 5 years I see myself as being a successful recording artist and branching off into the business world and creating a stable life for my family. I just want to move my parents out, buy them a house, and retire them as soon as possible. I don’t want anyone in my family to worry about money. My ultimate goal is to build Treblevision Records into a worldwide entertainment company with my partners.
What legacy do you wish to leave behind for yourself?
I wish to leave a footprint in my city and hopefully I’ll be able to say that I contributed to the growth of the Toronto music scene and the…