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Exclusive Interview
Where did you grow up?
Homewood, PA.

What inspired you to get into music?
My parents were my inspiration. They always had music around me, not just necessarily R&B, but rap, gospel, jazz all different genres and it helped develop my ear and love for music

Is there a story behind your name?
581 in my neighborhood means ďfuck everyone,Ē so I took that on because thatís where I come from. Megatron comes from my ability to do anything I set my sights to. I can transform, however I need to which enables me to do or become what I want. Megatron is the nickname they gave me in prison as well.

Who does your production?
A guy name ďGeekĒ at ID labs in Etna, PA. The rest is done by me.

What do you feel is the biggest obstacle, being an up and coming artist?
Getting people to listen to your music in an over saturated market, without making a fool of yourself.

What is a studio session like for you?
I usually have my music rehearsed, so I donít write in the studio. I would describe it as a live concert. I give my producer the beats Iím working with and start putting verses on them. Constant work, when I am in the studio the only thing I do is record.

What is the local Hip-Hop scene like in Pittsburgh?
There are a few people on the rise, but everybody is looking for that next big break. I believe that our city has a little bit of spotlight right now. The main set back is the people who are most talented, arenít in the studio.

Do you perform live often?

Tell us about your latest project.
ďThe Nolan Court Project,Ē is the new album coming. Itís more of gritty album more so over the lyricism that I am used to. I feel like its a perfect balance between fun and gritty. I feel like Iím tapping into both lanes that people seem to doubt me the most on, so Iím putting my all into this album. Itís due to release on December 16, 2018.

What can we expect from you in the future?
Greatness. Growth  and it will continue to be that way all the time

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