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Exclusive Up-close With Lil Josiey

Lil Josiey is an independent artist who hails from the United States, a small town in New York called Amsterdam. Disrupt had a chance to interview Lil Josiey on an exclusive meet up with him. 

What’s your name?

My name is Josiah David Gomula-Mosso. I go by the artist’s name of Lil Josiey.

 Where are you from?

I am from The United States of America in a small town in New York called Amsterdam.

When did you start making music?

I started making music and taking music seriously this year.

Where can we find you most, in the studio or in the club?

You can find me in the studio for the most part. The only time you’ll really catch me in a club is if I’m performing in one.

Who is your childhood hero?

My childhood hero is Spiderman I used to love superheroes growing up. Out of a

What’s the best way for someone reading this to find you on social media, what’s your main platform?

The best way to get in contact with me is through my Instagram. If you are looking to listen to me or my music you can go on Apple Music or Spotify.

Do you have anything to share with the fans, any hints on new songs or collaborations?

I can’t say too much but I got a lot in store for 2021. So just keep up with me and stay up to date cause I have a lot going on.

What time of day do you make music, are you an early bird, or are you up late?

I make music at all times of the day. I prefer at night. I just make music when I’m feeling inspired mostly.

Do you prefer to listen to your own catalog of music or the radio?

It depends where I am. I love both I love listening to everything honestly.

If you could pick one or the other what would you choose, the money or the fame?

Whether we are rich or famous we are guaranteed to have money. The difference between the two is determined by our work ethic and how we earned our fortunes. Famous people don’t really work for their money. They don’t do anything to earn money, yet they have tons of money at their disposal. Rich people have worked for their money, and they are wise about managing their money. So I would definitely choose fame.

If you could go back in time or in the future which one would you choose and why?

The future because you can’t fix anything in the past.

How would you describe your musical style?

I am very punk. I listen to a lot of punk rock so I am influenced by that.

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