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Meet SPDAGZ – En Exclusive Interview of Musician


What’s your real name?

Saladean Yusuf Wilson

Describe your sound in 3 words

Alternative, Trap ,DrillNB ,experimental, rap

Tell us a few things about your new song “Feeling it”. What is the main idea behind it?

My latest track “feeling it“ is about the people around you and if they understand your concept, mission & journey.

Which lyrics you are most proud of?

Can’t see us like seafloors…

Ain’t on my level like seafloors…

Finna buz like C4…

Met this B**** out in bmore

Told my momma Imma be more…

Who is your favourite beat maker and which rapper’s flow do you enjoy the most?

I teamed up with ”808 Mafia“ South Side, Voicewatkins & Kane a super producer from North Carolina they always kept me on my toes. I don’t listen to many artists. However I bump Fivio foreign , lil baby , lil Durk; I like main artist and study how they attracts people.

What does hip hop symbolize in your opinion? 

Hip hop is self expression of your own visual artistry and a perception of the world;  it’s a beautiful within it’s self.

Why do you believe people might listen to your music?

I identify with listens who may have felt pain or looking to escape reality and enjoy more lavish moments in life and more so likes to turn up through my music.

What is the one habit/thing you cannot live without?

I need my gas ⛽️ it’s the only way I cope & of course my baby boy name siah who is growing up fast.

How did you come by your stage name?

Spgz is originally it but my child hood name was spoonz so over years it was chopped up and started a label called real Gz make Gz which was a team of brothers called goon squad so the Gz never left my name.

If you could change one thing about the music industry, what would it be?

I would change the perceptions a rapper.  Like you shouldn’t have to be rich to make good music and be influential. The music industry should be diverse & universal and everyone’s art should be viewed from their perspective and not how popular they’re.

Where do you see yourself in the next 5 to 10 years?

I want to have a big record label signing the hottest artist; changing the game; doing some shit like diddy lol and hope to be on top of the game by then.

Do you have any hobbies or interests outside of music that you would want to pursue once you’ve established the tools and resources needed from your music career?

I’ve always been into sports, acting, screen writing. I attended a few classes and course as a teen but never got the break I wanted. I would love to star in a movie. Also, I’m big on video games I get busy on everything from call of duty to fortnite; I just love escaping reality.

What strengths do you have that you believe make you a standout from other musicians?

I’m a all around artist and I take my craft seriously. I wrote for songs for major artist and I performed with and managed other great artist in the game; so I’d say I’m business management savvy. Also, I make sure not to skip a beat or bar so I tend to rap and sing well.

What’s your favorite and least favorite part about being a musician?

My favorite part is you can be yourself & the love is always welcoming. My least favorite part is really making bad investments if that have no return on investment.

What has been the most fulfilling moment of your career so far that people may not know?

Just making major moves with other signers who recognize hard work and potential. Also traveling is everything; I’ve seen a lot of nice places and come across real leaders it made me one.

What music advice would you give your younger self?

Pursue it asap don’t stop and don’t get distracted. You were made for this.

What is one message you would give to your fans?

I wouldn’t have the mindset and motivation to be where I am now and I wouldn’t be hear without anybody I’ve came across, so I’m truly blessed and thankful.

How go people follow you?

My Instagram is SPTHEGZ


My music is available on all streaming platforms as SPTHEGZ

Listen to “Feeling it” here on SoundCloud:


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