Exclusive Interview with Moncee

Yermanagement
4 min readJun 24, 2020

What first got you into music?

What got me into music was actually when I was asked to do a verse for a song called “We The People (constitution song)” written by Sandy Wilbur, I was in 5th grade at the time and about 12 years old.

I had the chance to go out to NYC and perform for people of congress. It was a unique Opportunity, there were also 5 girls who were a big part in this song as well.. Audrey Anglum, Carrigan Boynton, Maddie Greene, & Katie Kelly. The video currently has 907 thousand views on YouTube;

There was also another song we did a few years after called “4 score and seven years ago” this time I wasn’t the only rapper Involved James Reilly was part of this. Check it all out @Sandy Wilbur on YouTube.

Who inspired you to make music?

Who inspired me to make music was most definitely Eminem, Michael Jackson, and Tupac. To me they all had/have such an unmatched passion for what they do.. And their hard work and dedication & music really speaks for itself. They do it for the love of music and to connect with their listeners, that’s something I heavily admire.

How would you describe the music that you typically create?

Well lately I’ve been writing a lot more songs that are personal. Some of my music is 90’s influenced, can be upbeat sometimes, mixed with a little early 2000’s vibe. I can do a little bit of pop and RnB from time to time as well

What is your creative process like?

My creative process can be kinda slow at times. My inspiration to write usually is completely random and sometimes spontaneous. But I always make sure I get it done even if I have to continuously go back to the song multiple times. But once my brain is flowing it All becomes effortless and I’m in my own world.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?

I would love to work with; Billie Eillish, Justin Beiber, Eminem of course, Joyner Lucas, Logic, and Cardi B for sure. They’re all wicked dope in their own way. Mad respect for all of them

If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be?

Hands down Eminem or Billie, their fan’s are crazy! But in a good way. That would be epic

What is one message you would give to your fans?

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