What’s your name and where where are you from?
My name is Ramone Samuel Christie but I’m professionally known as RCMil. I was born and raised in Jamaica. However at the age of ten I moved to Brooklyn, New York.
Tell us about your business:
I’m an independent artists who loves to make music. I’d consider myself to be an artist more than anything else. I don’t classify as a rapper or a singer. I focus on creating pieces that people can relate to, listen to in a club relaxing with family or simply just vibe to. The goal is to create art.(aesthetically relatable treasures)
What makes you different?
I’d say that I’m different as a person because of my backstory and how I got to where I am. I haven’t spoken too much on where I’m coming from however as I release more music you’ll learn more about me as a person and see why there isn’t anyone like me. But aside from that my determination and ambition is unmatched. I spend countless hours in the studio and every waking moment is spent thinking of how I’ll better please my audience. In regards to what separates me from the rest of the industry there’s no one out there like RCMil. There aren’t many artists in the hip hop business with an authentic Jamaican background. Being from the islands I’m able to bring something new and unseen to the table. I might be young but I’ve experienced more than most and you’ll see that soon enough.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
In five years, I see myself in a lot of places. For starters my family is a priority. So I see myself sending my son off to first grade and celebrating my six year anniversary. At the same time I see myself on billboards, award shows, and performing all over the world. There’s no doubt that I’ll be giving back to the community that raised me in whatever way I can. But I’ll also be giving back to my friends and family who’ve been supporting me since day one. So I’ll most likely be investing in different business ventures.
What legacy do you want leave behind?
I hope that my music and me as a person will inspire the generations to come. I hope to teach them that your beginning doesn’t define your end. With hard work and dedication it’s possible to achieve your goals. But at the same time I want people to remember me as the artist who made music that everyone could bump to and relate to in some shape or form. At the end of the day I’m just a young man who’s determined to make it by any means possible. RC you know what we doing M.I.L trust we ain’t foolish 〽️.