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Did you ever consider going into music? I actually have a music company, Get It Done Records. I began to partner with some of these publishing companies that really focused on TV and film placement. I saw that it was money in it because people tend to overlook that things, commercials, movies, television shows — all these things need music. How does rapping in the booth versus acting on set challenge you differently in creative ways? I remember recording like 17 songs in like three days. I have an obsessive personality. But when it comes to music, when I dial in, I just go on, and I like to just knock out [songs]. I usually record stuff all by myself most of the time.
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