Mistah Wilson: Honored to have you here with us for this exclusive interview with ThaWilsonBlock
Magazine. What you been up to?
Khriz-Z: I’ve been well. Just focusing on music, work, and family. Everyday I’m one step closer to success.
Mistah Wilson: For our audience reading this, could you give us a quick background on yourself?
Khriz-Z: Well, I was born in Mexico City. I came with my mom, to the U.S.A, when I was 10 years old. Now I’m 22 years old. In between those years, I lived in a couple of cities. Pomona, Corona, Riverside, Colton, and San Bernardino.
Mistah Wilson: You came thru tha #BringingItTogether October 2016 Photo Shoot @ McDonald Park. How was tha experience?
Khriz-Z: I had a good day at the photo shoot. I met new artist and it was a good experience. I enjoy being able to go and expand my work all over the SoCal.
Mistah Wilson: Tell us about what led you to become an artist..
Khriz-Z: Since I was 13 years old, I would always be writing lyrics, poems, quotes, etc. I enjoy all music, but I would listen to hip-hop even more. Then I started getting into rapping. When I turned 18 years old. I went to Art Institute, for Audio Engineer. I wanted to know how to mix, what are the best microphones to use, how to use plugins, what’s the best software, etc. I just wanted to know everything that had to do with music. I have a mixtape called ” El Despegue” which was my very first mixtape. I also, have another mixtape called ” Somos Pocos Pero…” which, it was a project with the “r.s. clika” Now I’m promoting my new mixtape ” NI DE AQUI… NI DE A.K.A“ Already working on a new project.
Mistah Wilson: Where do you get inspiration to write new music?
Khriz-Z: From life. everything I’ve been thru, all the struggle, good times, and bad times. Also, my girlfriend, Jackie Valadez, encourage me every single day to keep doing music and she’s always pushing me to do more and not stop. Being a bilingual rapper, what are some of tha advantages you have compared to rappers who speak one language?
Mistah Wilson: Being a bilingual rapper, what are some of tha advantages you have compared to rappers who speak one language?
Khriz-Z: I feel being a bilingual rapper has opened several doors in the music industry from both sides, speaking Spanish and English. By being bilingual, I have more opportunities to approach to a bigger audience. Also, my music can be listen to, not only in the U.S.A and Mexico, if not all North and South America and hopefully one day in Europe.
Mistah Wilson: Where can people keep up with you online?
Khriz-Z: My IG is ” khriz.z ” and my personal email is; firstname.lastname@example.org