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Dremon

 

Dremon

 

Des’mont Dremon Haywood (born July 13 1991) is the very ambitious fast rising American Rapper and CEO of D.R.E Music, co-signing with his very own chamber under the Wu Tang Clan management with Sage Badweather/Punchline ENT. and Jimmy Kang.
 
Dremon was born and raised in Albuquerque,New Mexico to his mother Bobbi Black. He Gained a love for music by mentoring his musically talented uncle,by watching him perform and record music . He has been influenced by many artists such as Michael Jackson, 50 Cent, Tupac Shakur, Jay-Z and Notorious Big to name a few. Dremon has been free-style rapping for talent shows, performing on stage, writing music, recording and battling other mc’s consistently since he was 13 years old. In 2011, Dremon had the privileged of Battling the famous MC Sage Badweather, who is now dedicated to advising this talented young rappers career and taught him the fundamentals of the Entertainment Business. By the age of 21, Dremon has opened the stage for Artists such as Plies, Bone Thugs, Keri Hilson, Too $short, Hurricane Chris, Spice 1, Dorrough, Capadonna / Wu Tang, Nina Sky and has became a Celebrity Ambassador for Eric Martinez’s Anti-Bullying Campaign. With much hard work and determination, Dremon is moving up fast on the Hip-Hop front scene for 2013 by dropping his debut mix-tape U.N.I.versal featuring the singles “Five Hunnit Milly”(FHM) and“Eiffel tower”.

 

Dremon Haywood

Go Round ft Tru Tones

 

B2B: Thank you for granting Built2Blow an online interview.  Give us your name and the area you rep!

Dremon: Whats up? It’s your boy Dremon aka Dremizzie Reppin’ Abq, New Mexico, Five Hunnit and Fifth!!

 

 

B2B: When did you first realize that you wanted to pursue music?

Dremon: I realized I wanted to pursue music in high school. You could always find me writing me rhymes.

 

 

B2B: Who are your musical inspirations?

Dremon: Michael Jackson, 50 Cent, Tupac Shakur, Jay-Z , Kanye West , Jadakiss, Usher, and Notorious Big to name a few.

 

 

B2B: What kind of music do you listen to today?

Dremon: I’ve been real heavy on Mixtapes lately, but it’s still mainly Hip hop. From back in the days hottest to hottest out now.

 

 

B2B: What current projects are you working on?

Dremon: I am currently working my mixtape UniVERSEall with some special exclusives and videos too keep a look out for this summer 2013. Not too mention My 2nd Coming “Mercy & Truth” following after. So y’all keep a look out for that.

 

 

B2B: What artists/producers would you like to work with in the future?

Dremon: I would love doing some joints with 50 cent, kanye, Usher, the weekend, Trey songs, Keri  Hilson . Also Dr.Dre, No I.D, Jungle beats, Missy Eliott, and Swizz beats just to name some. Honestly there’s too many!!

Dremon

Eiffel Tower

 

B2B: If you could dabble in another genre of music, what would it be?

Dremon: If I could, I would have to say maybe some Hip-hop & R&B mixed with more Pop! But that’s not anytime soon!

 

 

B2B: What genre of music would you be most likely to NOT listen to and why?

Dremon: I would have to say maybe Country. Not that its bad, but there aren’t too many songs catch me.

 

 

B2B: What do you feel is the current state of your style of music as a whole?

Dremon: My current sound is forging its self into more of my own original sound. When you hear me you won’t have to guess who it is, But it wont stay sounding the same either.

 

 

B2B: What do you feel that you can bring to the music game

Dremon: A new Voice and face into the game!

Dremon

Now I’m Trippin

 

B2B: How can people contact you in the world of social networking? (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)

Dremon: You can check me out on www.twitter.com/Dremizzie, Instagram/dremizzie, www.Soundcloud.com/dremizzie, www.Facebook.com/dremizzie, and DremizzieTube.

 

 

B2B: It was an absolute pleasure having this online interview with you.

Dremon: Any last words before we call it in? Yes Shout Built2Blow,Punchline, Rnd, Jimmy Kang, Erik Martinez and D.R.E MUSIC!!!!!

 

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