Photography // Moeazy – press.
Words by Pankhuri Bhutani.

Born in Los Angeles, California, Moeazy emerged as a successful music artist by releasing his first original track on April 20th, 2011 titled “Change Gon Come.” It took him no time to gain fans from all around the world. 

Having shared a stage with artists such as Post Malone, Wale and J.Cole, Moeazy created some phenomenal tracks some of them including, “Set Me Up,” “Last Laugh,” “Good Like That,” “Dracula,” along with several other tracks. Moeazy collaborated with some talented artists such as MiyaGi & Andy Panda, NuKid, ANGELZ and all members of his team Manifestus. 

As a strong member of the Black community, Moeazy has been actively raising his voice against the brutality that the community is facing in the present scenario. To talk about his journey with music and his thoughts on the current situation, Moeazy took out some of his precious time for an interview with Peachy Magazine!

Thank you for joining us at Peachy magazine! How are you doing?

I’m great stay active staying creative and progressive, blessed!

Listen to Moeazy while reading the interview:

You have come so far in the music industry, was there ever a plan to do something else? 

Never had a plan b. Music has always been my main passion and focus against all odds and doubt. People always told me have a plan b but I believe where you focus your time and energy you get the best results so I stick to doing what I love the most.

As a member of the black community, what are your thoughts on the current scenario? 

It’s about time people wake up to reality for many blacks in America and around the world, where people of darker skin tones are treated inhumanly. A shift is occurring that it’s been time for.

Moeazy – press.

Who do you look up to in life in terms of music? 

I look up to my team, Manifestus and all the beautiful like-minded creatives who resonate on the frequency of God, evolution, one love.

How do you think can music be constructed in a way to unify people? 

Music is the language of the universe. No matter what language you speak we all understand music. Music has the power to build. Words have power to uplift that’s why it’s important to put empowering messages in our lyrics to inspire our listeners our people for the better.

What has been the best moment you experienced in your music journey?

Touring, connecting with the people who support us internationally in person.

What message are you trying to convey through your music?

Progressiveness, empowerment, truth and love. Manifest greatness, manifest us.

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