Q: How did you get into the industry?
MISDOM: It’s kind of a long story but I got a lot of trouble when I was 17 which led to me ending up on house arrest and so at that point there was nothing I could do, especially when you’re stuck in the house with not even parents or anyone there ever, so I was just alone in the house couldn’t do anything.
Q: Why were you alone where are your parents?
MISDOM: They were going through a divorce at the time and my dad was staying in a different city not even staying there and my mom I don’t know where ever she was at that time so I was just at home in a place that at one time we all used to live in but they hadn’t sold it yet so I was just there. I ended up hooking up this computer that I found in the bedroom I was in. It was crammed with filing cabinets and there was a desk in there it was really cramped up in there so I hooked up the computer and layed on the floor for like hours at a time and just started making beats and this was back when Myspace was popping so I made a MySpace page and started putting my beats up there and named it this band called Technicolor Void (TCV) because I wasn’t really confident in what I was doing at the time. I was brand new and kind of sucked, I really sucked, so I just put that name on there then people started catching on to it and wanted to see me perform so that’s when I announced my name as the producer and from there this guy named Ron who worked for the radio station over in South Carolina really helped me out when he noticed one of our songs and put it on the radio. He then got us a show with Kesha that kind of launched the whole game plan from there everything seems more like a reality.
Q: Your latest video is really hot, tell me about the concept?
MISDOM: The new video is called “Still the Same” Alex directed that one as well, and the whole point of the story from a lyrical standpoint is that I’ve been through many walks of life coming from South Carolina and moving to LA, some up, some down, sometimes sleeping on couches to sleeping in big ass houses it’s been ’s so up-and-down you never know what to expect; but through all of that I’m still the same nothing’s ever changed my character, except maturity of course, but when it comes to me if you knew me from back then till today I’m still the same. As far as the video goes though I let Alex recreate it conceptually, the video has a different story of me getting caught with the mistress it’s a little darker approach just more of a way to relate and captivate the audience.
Q: Well it’s an awesome visual what’s next for you?
MISDOM: The plan is to just keep releasing singles in preparation for a full album. I want my fans to really get to know my music first before delivering another full album because people really don’t want to spend an hour listening to music from someone they don’t know, but if you keep consistently hitting them with good music single after single then they will be anxiously awaiting your album and be more inclined to invest in you and that’s what I want.