An Interview With Hip Hop Artist Wavy Lee


Wavy Lee is a hip hop artist who recently released the single Wavy Nights; here is a link to his Soundcloud page:
Q:  What kind of musical background do you have?

A: I was a Producer since I was 14 and an audio Engineer since I was about 19.

Q: What made you want to become a recording artist?



A: Well I felt that the music that I was hearing on the radio was not as good as the stuff
I was making at home with my equipment so I just kept recording and really became an artist by accident.


Q:  Who are some of your musical influences?
A: James Brown, outkast, J. Cole


Q: What inspired you to write Wavy Nights?

A: I had a girl that worked with me that I used to like she told me she was a gogo dancer at a club. One night I went out and actually seen her at the club and It made me write wavy nights.



Q: What kind of day job do you have and how does it influence your music?

A: Im in customer service and sales , I dont think it influences my music much but it does influence the way I take care of my music business.


What is your weirdest work story?


A: I was training a newcomer at work once and she was an older lady. She seemed weird but I never said anything to my bosses. On her first day of training, she defecated on herself. Poop rolled down her leg and made a trail around the store.



Q: What do you like about the music industry?

A: Being able to meet other people with talent that may think just like you, so there is no room for them to call you weird



Q:  What would you change about it?


A: The Cookie cutter artist that pop up everyday, I feel like nobody is original these days.

What’s the story behind the name Wavy Lee?


A Well I wanted to change my name from Cam DaGreat , I felt like people where trying to be funny when they said it to me . So I wanted something different. I liked the phrase wavy so I just added my Middle name to it and Wavy Lee was born.

Q:  Who do you think is the most underrated in hip hop today?
A: Childish Gambino



Please note; Eliza’s interviews are done by email. All answers are unedited and come right from the lovely fingertips of her subjects.



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