Muskegon, MI Hiphop artist Markie Howard has been on his grind since 93. He has worked the scene from different angles and has been releasing music on his own steam, while giving it his all in gaining traction and momentum in the game.
1. Where are we talking from today?
2. How did you get involved in music?
I was always into music as a child, I hooked up with Rahiem EL Shabazz formerly known as Ramone (money mone) Anderson. He showed me how to turn my freestyle into songs.
3. Can you describe your music?
My lyrics are complex but realistic. If you’ve been through something you would most definitely understand my verbiage.
4. Music wise, what are you currently working on?
I’m working on an E.P and putting my imprint on hip hop.
5. What would you like to say to your fans and the world?
Words to all my people, “stand for something and don’t fall easy, life is what you make it we live once endure every minute. Most importantly never NEVER LET ’em PLAY you.”
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