1.How Long Have You Been In The Rap Industry ?
I have been writing since I was 8 years old on a computer, do you remember when the apple computer use to have the apple in the front it was a bulky computer? This is what I used to write on as a kid. At first I didn’t take it seriously, because music is just the half of what I do, I do a lot of things. They are just rappers. I consider myself a artist.
2.Who Are Your Major Influences In Your Music?
I grew up on 2pac and 2pac taught me alot of things. My was raped when I was young and my dad blew the guys head off with a shotgun and did 20 years in prison. I always respected what he went to prison for. It wasn’t some clown shit, its just a way he decided to go on about it. He has been out for a few years or longer now. I barely talk to him, but if I need to, I can call him.
3.What Is Your First Single ? – Or What Single Do You Have Out Now ?
On My Momma was recorded a few months or more before it was Released: Mar 7, 2017. It is available on iTunes, Spotify, tidal, amazon, Apple Music and many more digital outlets. I have a substantial amount of music, but I don’t rush my music, because I know what I do, and I am aware and I know the lane and movement I created all alone. I also produce my own music, I make my own beats, do my own graphic design, I video edit, I ghost write, I market my brand and many more. I have a a couple mixtapes done and have been done for years, there is music I sit on, also have a album that been in the works and it will be one of the most creative and original albums of all time, even the graphic design for my album has been done for at least a year. There is no rush for me, I do so many things you are bound to hear about me, and its impossible for me to focus on one project, i handle numerous projects simultaneously.
4.Who Do You Have On Your Album?
That is a bit difficult to state at the moment.
I have 3 albums in the works simultaneously
This doesn’t count mixtapes. Far as my albums, one is a collaboration project with my brother Lor Tau.
Everything will be produced by me.
I never have been big on features, I don’t like depending on others, so I never think about features and as long as I have been doing music, not including my other talents, I never had features, tried a group one time and never tried it again. I am a one man army, I am a leader and people are starting to see my movement and the difference my message and music and my other talents bring. They have never seen anything like me. 7325 vs 3253
5.How Did You Get Into The Rap Industry ?
I market myself and my brand in the streets and I don’t just do music, I average 3 hours of sleep a night, I vision things before they happen. I really work hard, thats at a full-time job, and been working hard since 07, and its the exact same with my music if not even harder. Things are starting to happen just like I planned it to, and god planned it too. With all of the different things I do and which i am extremely good at, when you pay attention its hard to miss the message I have and the difference my music brings and my movement and my sound. Its not 3279, 3279 = easy when you hear these codes and numbers in the format I use them in, just know they are tagged and I came up with the idea and made it my own. Lets break it down for a minute.
7325 = Real
3253 = Fake
4663 = Good
And many more
Learn it now.
6.Where Were You Born ? – Where Do You Live Now ?
I was born in Robbinsdale, Minnesota. May 21st, 1990. I was born the same day as biggie and may more legends. In Minnesota is where I currently live. I love my hometown. The winters, i despise them with a passion. Otherwise It is a beautiful place. There are also millions of jobs in Minnesota and good times to be had uptown and many more places. The winter is a different story, you have to be accustom to it. In the summer it gets so hot, you can die in a Minnesota summer and In the winter its get so cold your debit card will crack in half, and you also can die in a Minnesota winter not properly dressed or being outside to long.
- Who Would You Like To Work With That You Haven’t Already ? Honestly, I never gave it a thought. I am more focused on myself and people reach out to me on a daily basis. If I had to choose, I might be confused. There are a few artist I would work with, but again I never gave it a thought, and if so it would definitely be the og’s, not anybody new. To many rappers sound like the next rapper and everything sounds the same, nobody wants to break the ice. Nobody wants to be original anymore. I believe rapping is not talent at all, being that anybody can do it and make a hit record completely changes rapping being talent. You have to be able to do more, to touch people. Give the message that isn’t there. There is many mainstream artist that abuse there platform and there position and never speak about anything worth me listening to, You don’t have to say anything on a song as long as the beat its crucial and people will say it’s a hot song or the this or that rapper is the hottest. Yet they never tell you about the fact that they don’t write there own lyrics, or they don’t tell you that the car you thought they owned, they actually lease.
8. Who Do You Have On Your Albums Right Now ?
I am big on staying original and creative and continuing my movement that I created. The only artist so far on one of my albums is a up and coming artist from Maryland, Dc my 5/21 brother Tau this is my brother and he is great at what he does. He is also a wise young man, and I only associate with wise and intelligent individuals nothing less. I can’t stand ignorance. I know what my work is worth and my time and all the money invested in me that I invested in myself.
9.Who Is Your Favorite Rapper You Like Right Now ?
I don’t have one. There are millions on millions of rappers and every city has there own rappers. Industry music lost its touch on the people and 7325 music just isn’t there today. I respect the O’G’s of this so called rap shit, i am artist and anybody new would have to HML and i listen to music every now and then but i don’t have a favorite rapper. You say who is my favorite rapper? i hate to call Pac a rapper, but if this is what you say, 2pac is my favorite rapper, He wasn’t just a rapper he was more than that, I am a leader and my movement we are artist, we welcome rappers but you have to be wise, you can’t be a clown, i only associate with wise man, i am a wise young man, we are artist we are not rappers.
10.Who Do You Think Is The Hottest Producer Out ? – What Would You Say To That Producer On Why They Should Work With You ?
Thats a great question. There a numerous producers. But if I had to choose, london on da track since he does beats and my name is actually London and i do beats and many more, metro boomin, big head on the beat, penacho, cash money ap, zaytoven and many more
12.How Did You Come Up With Your Album Title ?
48 hours Overtime. My album title came about from me working harder than a computer, and working a vast amount of overtime, but the money was good, so it wasn’t a big deal. Its the exact same thing with all my talents that god gave me i work overtime, 48 hours overtime or more. Also I only usually get 3 hours of sleep on a daily basis, because I can sleep when I die, and you have to lose sleep if you ever plan on being successful. You have to have the drive the confidence, faith, optimism, prayer and the ability to never give up. Life isn’t 3279 = easy and doing music and many more isn’t 3279 = easy, just reminisce for a minute as you recall I never said it was 3279 = easy.
13.What Is Your Favorite Song On Your Album ?
Another great question!! Which album? Lol.. That is a challenge. Just to name a few, “Sauce It up” “7325” “That Way” “The Weekend” “Cum Get It Lit” just to name a few, there are many more.
14.Which Song On Your Album Means The Most Too You ?
They all have there own meaning, I can’t decide which one means the most, but this is only normal for a artist that has a message to begin with, its like, ok. I have bars, I have sauce I do this all alone, i do alot of things, your mind is racing faster than nascar daytona 500. I really talk about important things I am also able to bring you some humor, i am also able to touch people with a style and voice that they have never heard before, yet it still sounds familiar to them.
15.Who Are You Signed With ?
Currently I am signed to myself, El Shiloh Records x N.G.E (Neutral Gang Entertainment) L.T.A T.V B.N.F.T.S (Breakin Newz Frum Tha Streetz) Episodes x Series Host, Writer x Creator. Dirty South Radio Representative. I worked in customer service for over 8+ years and many more, you wouldn’t believe it. I also do many more things. The only way I would sign with someone else is for a co-sign and I can produce my own beats like I do now, I would have to have proper control of the deal and it should be like a month to month lease, you can leave when you want and you are not locked in a contract. I can read very well and do others things very well. Only thing I gave up on, was rappers that have no substance and meaning on the words that they are speaking. 7325 recognize 7325. Bosses recognize Bosses.
16.When Is Your Album Release Date ?
The release date is anonymous at the Moment I am use to recording, recording, recording and making a beat then recording on it and move on from there, I am not in a rush to drop my album or another mixtape. I love doubt and I know that many are clowns.
17.What Cities Do You Plan On Touring ?
I plan on touring Las Vegas, New York, florida, Miami, California and many more.
18.What Female Rapper Or Artist Do You Think Is The Sexiest ?
Lisa Left Eye Lopez x Honey Cocaine x Fergie x M.I.A
19.What Would You Like To See From The Music Industry Over The Next Year ?
A change In accepting music that sounds like everything else, its to the point where you can’t tell which rapper from another. I would like to see more scouts and industry talent scouts to engage with artist that have a strong following and the potential to go as high as god can take you.
20.What Is Your Second Single Going To Be ?
You never know with me, I have music on standby and can drop where ever I want, but I will not know until I am ready to release another single. I do so many others things. What ever the next single will be it will be worth waiting on, and it will be lit. No worries.
21. If You Could Compare Yourself To An Already Established Artist, Who Would That Be And Why?
This is a struggle for me, because I don’t compare to anybody and its to much of comparing somebody else to the next person. You have to understand that i do this on a daily. I really tell people this in the streets on live broadcast and you will see this many times throughout my #BNFTS series x episodes, episode 1 is available on youtube right now, taking my time with with episode 2, episode 1 is classic and it is beast. Currently running no promotion on it, i will wait until i drop a few more episodes, people already want to be a part of my series and my movement. One main reason is because the things i do, is something they have never seen in there life, i shock people on a daily basis. I’m not like anybody, and its 7325 and its the truth because i am not like anybody else, I am London Tha Arsonist and i bring that different sauce and bars and i ain’t talking Xanax. 7325 lyrics, style, unique voice, i say things that nobody has ever said and i stay to whats important to me and thats staying original and creative.
22.What Do You Think Your Listeners Will Get Out Of Your Music ?
A crucial message, this is what the world is missing there are a few mainstream artist who bring it, but its only a select few.
7325 lyrics and bars that the world has never heard before in there life, I bring a whole different message. They don’t hear the type of things I talk about, and I don’t just do music, I am a producer, graphic designer, song writer, ghost writer, video editor, marketer and many more.
seeing they do not see
hearing they do not hear
nor do they understand.
23.What Were You Thinking About When Your Songs Are Developed ? Explain Your Process ?
It is automatic with me, I have been writing since I was 8 years old, i use to use big words and ignorant people wouldn’t know what I was talking about, so I had to dumb my flow down, and yet it is still more complexed and more powerful than the vast majority of music you hear on the radio and in the industry. I produce my own beats and my life experiences inspire me and motivate me as well as my production. I don’t brainwash myself with other rappers or artist music, because then you will lose your creativity and your originality. At the same time you want to keep your ears open and tune In every now and then and listen to what other rappers and artist have to say, but 80% of the time they are not talking about anything important, or they are not trying to make a difference at all. I have 2 kids. A handsome 4 year old boy, and a beautiful 10 year old girl. I do all of this for them. I want them to have a great future and they already have great guidance and intelligence at a very young age, i am responsible for alot of there character and personality, my kids that my charismatic, dynamic and bright energy and personality. They need more people like me. Music lives on and movies live on. You have to help where you can and as often as you can. You don’t have to be rich to help people. You help someone with something simple as advice or a crucial message. This will stick because either they haven’t heard it before or they are going through something and they might just need a little motivation and inspiration and showing money all the time doesn’t inspire someone the same, because what you do, they may never be able to do, and this may motivate someone the wrong way and this is possible and it does happen. Don’t think for one second that it doesn’t.
- Who Got You Started In The Rap Industry ? It may sound conceited but I got myself started I always been a leader, and really confident and I don’t believe in giving up, in life there are challenges, just like music there are many and major challenges, its not 3279 = easy and I never said it was. When you speak about artist in the industry only go’s inspired me. I remember stating this earlier, but I grew up on 2pac, my mom use to play and rap the words and make up here own words sometime to 2pacs music, and as I I continued to grow at a earlier age I was listening to 2pacs music and understood the message he brought to music and his amazing work ethic, this is why 2pac is the greatest of all time. Nobody compares, when you speak of pac its not just about his music, he was ahead of his time just like I am. He taught me alot of things, you have to leave a message we all will die one day. Many make music for today, and you have to, but you have to also make music that has a message, simply because its important and because music lives on. Other than 2pac its all me that inspired me and motivated me to keep going and to never give up, you have to realize that life isn’t 3279 and and in the 7325 = real world you have to work hard and have the drive and confidence, faith, optimism, prayer and many more.
25.What Made You Want To Get Into The Music Business ?
I made myself want to get into the music business but I know what I do and how much I do and the amount of compassion I have that many don’t have. I bring my own element, my own style, my own movement to the table. I don’t sound like anybody but myself. Rappers and artist today need to learn to use there own genuine, unique voice on there records and not follow trends just because everybody says its hot. Everybody has a opinion, thats normal. In life and music you have to think. You have to set goals, you have to have implications. You can’t just do this and not have the ambition to be successful, you have to visualize success before it happens.
26.How Does Your Family Feel About Your Music And Your Choice Of Career ?
My family feels great about it, and if they don’t or didn’t thats them, people are starting to notice me and see what I do, I’m not a clown. I don’t follow trends. I like to lead the way and create and work hard, I am faster than anybody I know, rather thats working a high paying full time job with no set end shift time or my music and other talents. Its the exact same thing alot of content and a fast work ethic. At a certain point it becomes extremely difficult for your competition to ketchup no mustard.
27.What Is The Most Difficult Thing You’ve Had To Endure In Life ?
In life there are many challenges, nothing is 3279 in the 7325 world. I grew up in a negative environment, I grew up seeing guns and hearing and seeing shootings. I grew up in a trap house, I grew up with the swat in and out of the house. I grew up with a mom that could get a individual murdered without saying anything. My dad did a 20 year prison bid and kept in contact through out his 20 years and I could call him today. Although that relationship isn’t there, I still will always respect my dad. But I am a boss and I been a man a long time ago, and taught myself alot of things and learned from alot of mistakes and it doesn’t terminate, I always learn more and I love to learn more and I always do.
28.What Do You Hope To Accomplish With Your Music ?
I am already accomplishing things that many rappers and artist don’t accomplish and one being original and creative. I have already accomplish things that i haven’t before. Google London Tha Arsonist. Follow me on www.instagram.com/
29.What’s The Demographic You Are Trying To Reach Out To ?
I want to reach everybody, I don’t discriminate, definitely reach my people and anybody that can relate and thats everybody. Listen. I know I will reach alot of people from all walks of life, god will take care of that, far as I’m concerned, I’m not that picky your talent will reach the most people as possible, your talent speaks for its self.
30.How Do You Usually Come Up With Your Songs ?
When i make the beat and it’s half way completed, I will begin to come up with a catchy hook and my verses has always been one of my favorite parts of a song. The verse is where you explain what this song is all about in a way, this is your time to be as creative as possible in 16 bars and your be as creative as possible with your hook weighing in at 8 bars, but when you really are good, you will be able to customized your song formats and they will still be as good as a song with the typical bar hook x the 16 bar verse, although this is the way you should do it often. When you are a writer or a artist its automatic. I am able to not write for months or years and get back down to it and its like i never left at all, i have done this plenty of times and impressed myself, like wow. Only get better. Everybody can’t do this or have this talent. They might get writers block, they may lose it all, everything is on the other side of fear. Fear nothing but god.
31.What Is Your Goal And Height That You Want To Reach With Your Music ?
I don’t believe in limits, anything is impossible if you have the courage and the confidence you can do anything you want. Put your mind to it and just do it. Don’t think to hard about it. I will go as high as possible this is just the beginning, it always starts this way.
32.What Influenced You Outside Of Hip Hop Rap That Have Helped You Form Your Style ?
I formed and created my own style, creativity and originality is very important to me, and I take this very seriously. You have to be able to be different there is nothing wrong with that, be yourself, bring your own style forward and don’t keep doing what is being rewinded and recycled millions of times, that isn’t talent, thats just following a trend.
33.How Can People Reach You ? What Are All Your Social Media Sites ?
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
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