What’s your full name and where are you from?
My name is Jaedyn Garcia and I am straight out of Ft. Collins Colorado
Tell us a little about your business?
I’m a 18 year old rapper/ Songwriter always looking to better my music and career in any way possible. I’ve been writing music since freshman year in high school. How music started was kind of funny. My family has always been into making music so it always ran in the family but Me and some friends would freestyle battle each other during passing periods in school, finally I decided to go home and write a diss to my homie, came back the next day, spit it to everybody and everyone was amazed. Right then I knew that this was what i wanted to do, I have always loved writing as a young kid, wether it was poems or stories. Then writing music really let me express how I was feeling during certain events that have gon on in my life in such a creative way. I have always wanted people to relate to my stories and my music as much as they can, that’s how you grow not just a fan base but a fan base that will really stick with you. One day I was sitting at the table thinking of the title to my next project and I have always loved the word king. 4 letters but it meant so much, I knew I could think of something to break it down. Then boom the acronym Knowledge Is Never Gone came to mind, jotted it down and that has been my brand ever since. Knowledge Is Never Gone simply means that what you learn in life, all the knowledge that you have from making mistakes or pushing through difficult times never goes away, so just remember and use that as leverage to keep it moving in whatever your doing! Eventually I made my own clothing brand under K.I.N.G Clothing, and even started my own record label K.I.N.G Records.
What makes you different as a person and also what separates you from the rest of your peers in your industry?
I come from a fatherless household, my father was never in my life, in and out of prison, alcoholic, and stayed partying. I was raised by a single mother my whole life so that definitely made me grow up quicker then I needed to. I had to learn to be a man and get my own at the age of 9 years old, it definitely showed me great work ethic and not to care so much about the little things in life. my father never showed me anything to be honest only thing he ever showed me was the person not to be like and I got that down pretty well. So that definitely makes me different as a person and I think that’s why I’m so different in this music industry as well. I have a story to tell, a message to send, and a lot of these artists don’t do that. I want every single thing I say to hit home to somebody somewhere, and of course a couple club jams here and there but I want me as an artist to spread the message of no matter where or how you came up, you still got this
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
In 5 years I see myself one of the biggest if not the biggest hip hop artist there is in that time, and I plan on longevity
What type of legacy do you want to leave behind?
My legacy that I want to leave behind is a lyric that I wrote. “The hard work always beats the talent, I’m out of Colorado hard to get out of but man I love the challenge, I’m finna conquer the challenge and make the road for thousands, to show em stick to the plan and anything can happen.”
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