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It was the middle of the night and he was sound asleep when a loud noise jolted him awake. The door slamming is what woke me up. I see this pickup truck with its lights on behind me. I was too tired to react, so I fell right back asleep. Then I heard something hit my car.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Cardi, Chance, TIP, & Snoop are wowed by Saxon's Surprising Performance - Netflix
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Before gaining recognition as a rapper, Old Man Saxon did the unthinkable. He quit his job as a game tester to pursue a career in music full-time. Breaking through the industry was no easy feat, however, and he spent a large portion of living in his car.
He survived by showering at the gym, working nights at a restaurant, and eating Happy Meals twice a day. While accepting his circumstances, Saxon realized there were several other people in the exact same situation as him—living in their cars, killing time at the gym—just hoping to make it big L.
It was this eye-opening experience that led him to forget rapping about money and power in the traditional sense and instead focus on expressing reality. By speaking the truth about his situation, he was able to connect to an audience that also experienced hardship and isolation.
Now Saxon is a success on stage and currently teaches rap at the Musicians Institute. See how Old Man Saxon speaks his truth. I stayed inside a lot as a child.
That time was mostly spent playing video games and watching TV. At some point in my life that time was spent playing video games, watching TV, and writing raps. My dad passed when I was 13, so that forced me into a place of even more isolation. I worked at Konami for about a year and a half before I left. I was pursuing music while I was working there, but I decided to take it a little more seriously after I left because I had so much more time to write and think.
Plus in L. That shit is crazy. I stayed away from office jobs like that though and stuck to getting restaurant jobs. I really just needed space to hear myself think. I just felt like it needed to happen just so I could have my own thoughts.
But when I was living in there I realized more than ever that I needed to make music…that information for that ass. Being alone…and in nature helped me create and helped me decide what was really important.
I just listened to so much hip hop in my life that it was absorbed through osmosis to talk about things that other people found interesting. Once I started to live in my car, I actually stopped listening to rap all together. I was only listening to my beats and songs. I started being influenced by my own art instead of others. Realizing who I am a little better allowed me to create art that was specific to me. Thats when I started to get messages from people saying that it was their favorite song.
The song got placed in the credits of a short film and that was a big deal for me. To see my name next to all of those people got me hyped. It was pretty amazing actually. One of my good friends is a bass instructor at Musicians Institute in L. So my buddy called me and asked if I wanted to teach rap…I said yes.
I went into the interview and realized I know more about hip hop than I thought. My class was more of an elective class because not a lot of students were coming to Musicians Institute just to be a rapper. So I had a lot of students that were engineers or pop singers taking my class.
Chance the Rapper does a really good job of speaking about his life. While working on yourself you also need to be working on your craft.
I saw this a lot while teaching at Musicians Institute, telling students that they needed to write something a little more specific to them. The story would be heartbreaking and really deep…but the song sucked. The inspiration was the movie Big —when Tom Hanks goes up to the fortune teller, Zoltan, and wishes he was big.
The whole ideal came from the director and my long-time friend Anthony Hays. Im working on an album now that I plan to have done by April. I just finished a project called The Peacock honey that released last January. You can also get some shirts and other merchandise as well. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Remember Me. First Name. Last Name. Confirm Password. Username or Email. Innovation comes in many forms.
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Before gaining recognition as a rapper, Old Man Saxon did the unthinkable. He quit his job as a game tester to pursue a career in music full-time. Breaking through the industry was no easy feat, however, and he spent a large portion of living in his car. He survived by showering at the gym, working nights at a restaurant, and eating Happy Meals twice a day.
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