Yo, in our first installment in the EMA Interview series, I got the pleasure of sitting down with my dude, Eman the Heartbreak. He’s from Baltimore and has a unique sound. I’m not using “unique” as some throwaway jargon. I really mean it. His sound is different. That’s why the latest banger he featured on caught my ear (as well as the first joint I heard from him). Peep the interview to hear about Eman’s crew, Hear No Evil (aka HNE), why his music will ALWAYS be free (#TheFreeMusicMovement) and his three pronged approach to building a sustainable music career (or any business for that matter). Everything we talked about in the interview you can find below in the show notes.
If you’re a fan of Eman’s music, I think you’ll become a fan of Eman the person after listening. He even hung out with us for an episode of Excuse My Adlib. Click here to listen to that. I think you’ll enjoy that too because we had mad fun and there was mad jokes.
If you like what you hear, then tweet it out for us to help the interview as well as EMA get some exposure.
For the record, I love doing interviews because I ask questions I actually have a genuine interest in, not just standard interview questions. I’m type upset I forgot to ask for a breakdown of the making of Wannabe because I fux with the song that much. Maybe next time.
So enough yappin’ from me. Peep the interview here:[powerpress]
The song WannaBe (by Mike Bell), ft. Eman (this was played at the beginning of the interview)
This is where I first discovered Eman (still can’t remember how though):
@HNE (Hear No Evil Music)