Chad has struggled with his mental health on and off since his teenage years. He has learned to practice gratitude in the good and bad times.
Visit a gameday locker room, high school to professional, rural to urban, and you're guaranteed to hear music blasting. And more often than not, you'll hear hip-hop music.
Every town has at least one or two rappers, and every city has at least one or two hundred. But rapping and being a good rapper are two different things. And killing it between interviews is another.
Some musicians pay for studio time. A lucky few have their own studio. The rest of us record wherever we have available.
Many believe that an artist changing their style to appeal to the masses is a grave mistake in the creative process. They call this "selling out". I offer a different definition of this term.