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INTERVIEW: Enemy of the Fake

1. Hi Guys, Welcome to Vents how have you been ? 

I’m fine just trying to remain healthy and conscious!

2. Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Drama”?

Drama is EOTF’s song which features artists Kye Bills, and Mass Mook, Produced by Ronny Dewwy and JuGlizzy Beats and engineered by Leo from The Mix Loft Studio.

3. Did any event in particular inspire you to write this song? 

There was Nothing in particular that inspired this song, other than the unfortunate reality that we are all constantly surrounded by unlimited and unnecessary DRAMA. Most of my loved ones and Paris have lived or currently live and have grown up in harsh environments there are series of unfortunate miss happenings.

4. The single comes off of your new album “underestimates” what’s the story behind the title?

This single “Drama” is not included on the Underestimated EP, however, the song will be featured on the full album that I am currently Working on.

5. How was the recording and writing process? 

Drama was he outcome of a simple car ride. My Bros and I were in the car together when we heard the beat and we immediately went back to my house and brainstormed how we were going to put our thoughts together to complete this song. This all happened at my home studio. We began writing A hook ( some of which I had previously written before I had a melody to use for it). The hook matched the song perfectly and everyone wrote their verse on the spot. We eventually went to the studio and recorded the entire song professionally. Everything was completed in about two hours.

6. How did the domestic environment get to influence the album?

Our environment had everything to do with the influence of this album. It’s Natural for us to converse, write and reflect on each topic you hear on this project. It is just a reflection of how Feel and what I have experienced growing up.

7. Do you tend to take a different approach when you are collaborating with someone else rather than in your own?

I do but I don’t I always go with the flow of the music and sound and I try to compliment the beat.

8.What role does Boston play in your writing?

Boston plays a big role in my lyrics and my writing overall. I tend to speak very critically and have a wide range of words and sound because I have seen extreme settings and crisis’ in my hometown, Boston. It has also been a blessing and an eye opener visiting my family’s home country Honduras where there is lots poverty and underprivileged families. Thankfully, I have also had the opportunity to sit amongst some of wealthiest people, giving me the ability to compare and contrast living environments thoroughly.

9. Where did you find inspiration for the songs and lyrics?

Honestly, I cannot develop lyrics from anything else but what I have gone through. I’ve tried, but it just doesn’t feel right, it doesn’t feel natural.

10. Any plans to hit the road? 

Yes with proper planning.

11. What else is happening next in Enemy of the Fake’s world? 

We’re continuing the “grind and hustle”. We anticipate an album with some tremendous vibes and even plenty more music and visuals.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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