“We met through one of her friends. It was like one of her friends was talkin’ to one of my friends and that’s how it happened. You feel me, I made my move and she made her move. It’s been close to a month.
Some people are more open than other people. I feel like if you’re going to mess with somebody, it’s gonna have to be with someone that you know. It’s gotta be someone that you’ll put your all into. If you can’t do that then, for real, you don’t need to be with them. You know how that goes, everybody got their ways and you can’t mess with people’s flaws.
I make music, a lot of music. I got music on Apple and Spotify. I make music every day, nonstop. If it ain’t my music then I don’t know what it’s gonna be. I’ll have a back-up plan but I ain’t got to that yet. Right now, it’s about my music.
Money keeps me motivated. Man, I live in the West End and it’s hard getting a job out here. There’s nothing out here for us. People gotta make that money somehow and some way. Everybody ain’t doin’ the right thing. As long you’re gettin’ money and stayin’ out the way, you’re smooth. That’s all you can do is get money til you get out. If you can’t get out, I don’t know what to tell you. I’ma get out.
I’ma get out the West End to get where I’m supposed to be, to come back and do what I’m supposed to do. Right now, I’m not where I could do that for the West End, so I got to get out. I gotta put my talents somewhere else to get where I’m supposed to be. I wanna make enough funds to do what I wanna do for the West End and then come back down here and do that. It’s a process but I’m not in no rush to do it.” - Brandyn (pictured with Camryn), Shawnee