In the Bronx, New York many artists are looking to make it in the music scene. That’s why Earl Change, aka Change, has learned to never be complacent in his position and what he does.
For him, there is always work to be done to be better.
Always Doing More
In his experience with working with younger artists and creators, Change continues to be inspired and motivated to want to do more in his craft.
“There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t think of ways to do more, be better. I’ve always been taught to lead by example, and although I haven’t been perfect, I have learned from setbacks and made bigger comebacks,” he said.
Change uses his music to communicate with his audience. He sees himself as someone who is there to help others, just as how others were there to help him along his journey. And to make sure that he plays that role, he makes sure that he consistently learns and improves along his journey.
Presently, Change is working on his second EP titled “Never Too Late” which he plans on dropping at the end of the summer.
He also just released a single titled “Mami” with Core from his group, SGS the Movement, and has just been featured on Mack Mulla’s latest single “Hater.”
“My favorite part of making music is performing it! I think that’s why I enjoy making music and the opportunity to perform it and touch the people that are in the crowd make that connection,” Change said.
Influenced By Family
According to Change, it was his family that influenced him and start his interest in music because he was always around it since he was young.
“My uncle used to have a mic and like 1,000 massive speakers in his garage with a PA system and he’d go down there and play old reggae music and sing, dance and rap over them! There was something about watching them with the mic in there that grabbed me and never let go,” Change said.
When he moved to New Jersey, he met Jmac, the friend who introduced him to recording music. Now, Change owns a recording studio in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
In 2017, Change got together with his group, SGS the Movement. Since then, they have dropped a few projects together and a few solo projects. Change also recently signed to Mulla Gang the label under a production and management deal owned by Mack Mulla
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