Can you talk to us more about your latest single “Jack”?
I really had fun making this track. The ability to express yourself in full form at that very moment allows me to blur out. Can you hear the passion? Can’t you feel the vibes going through your arms? Just speaking what’s on my mind.
Did any event in particular inspire you to write this song?
Yes, I had gotten word that Bhad Bhabbie’s management had a liking to my music and wanted us to send something their way in hopes of her getting on the song. So as I started writing it, I knew I wanted to come all the way correct as far as lyrics and delivery goes, but I also wanted it to be meaningful with purpose.
Any plans to release a video for the single?
As “Internet Candy” starts to grow more and more, I do see visuals releasing for “Jack.”
The single comes off your new album Internet Candy – what’s the story behind the title?
We wanted to brand what we created. The world is like a big candy store and we wanted to give the world candy that didn’t stick to your teeth being that the internet is a dangerous place.
How was the recording and writing process?
It was like therapy. Being able to work with a bunch of different things on your mind, but still keeping the main goal at the top.
What was it like to work with QUFO and how did that relationship develop?
Working with QUFO is just pure amazing, I feel like I found my equal. Someone who works and thinks like me. Any developing relationship takes time and the time we have dedicated to the music and to each other has been flawless.
How much did they get to influence the album?
They influenced a major part of the album. Showing range, and exercising different genres along with the creative cover art.
What role does Houston play in your music?
Houston is where I was born and raised. I went through and encountered a lot before my 3rd eye was woke. I knew I wouldn’t be there forever, but I never wanted to forget where I came from and what my eyes had seen.
What aspect of your own life did you get to explore on this record?
All of it. Every line tells a different time of my life.
How did you get to balance both the dark with the much bright aspect of your own experiences?
I felt that I have always been balanced. The way I was brought up gave me insight, and I literally applied everything I learned to my ongoing journey.
Where else did you find the inspiration for the songs and lyrics?
A lot of inspiration comes from family, my daughter, then traveling of course, getting to view life in many angles which allows me to create and recreate.
Any plans to hit the road?
Of course, with all the Vibe God fans all over the world, it’s a must that I take everything we’re doing now to the next level.
What else is happening next in Vibe God’s world?
Just more and more work, a lot of videos coming soon, we even have a video game we’re working on and hopefully lock in on some show dates.