Our exclusive interview with DeJai and discover “All on Me”

Today, we met with DeJai, a successful artist that offers pure musical gifts to the world. 

The track caught our full attention from start to finish. The epic trap production, the perfect rap techniques, the powerful energy: perfect to give us a strong dose of motivation and determination. 

“All on Me” is now in our list for the best Hip-Hop track, a sure bet to start our week on the right foot. more than 2:50 min of pure flow. We can’t wait to hear what’s next. Just like our redaction, make sure you keep an eye on DeJai.

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We had the pleasure to discuss with DeJai, and discover our interview right now:

1- Great to have you on our BillboardHipHop. Please, introduce yourself?

 I’m DeJai aka the “mouth piece of the south” Go harder or don’t bother that’s how you go farther

2- What got you into music and made you realize that it was your chosen path?

 I really developed a love for music at a young age I grew up listening to a wide variety of music and I really took a liking for it when I took creative writing classes and discovered I could turn my poetry into music. My dad made music too and a few of my cousin. My grandma would sing her gospel music all the time too so I guess I gravitated toward it naturally. I really knew it was something I wanted to do when I first heard J.cole’s “show me something”

3- Tell us about your new Album. And what’s the story behind it?

My latest project “Home Town Hero” follows my world view of the world and hip hop as a whole. The narrative for me is I feel like I am the unsung hero suiting up to save the people from what the world is coming to or unchain them from their mind. I cover topics from black live matter movement, from how I’m battling my own thoughts of doubt and violence amongst ourselves. The cover even depicts the transition of Clark Kent transition into Superman when he’s revealing the S on his chest in my case I’m revealing my label logo to say I’m transition into something bigger than myself.

4- What makes your music unique? How would you describe it?

 It’s authentic and relatable, I’m I’m telling my story not a false reality. I can sing but I flip a switch and can deliver some hot bars that makes you want to rewind to catch what I said. I really feel like some times I could create my own genre if I worked at it hard enough.

5- What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

Don’t try to replicate someone else .People will love you for you and respect your dedication. Also invest in your craft and PROMOTE YOUR MUSIC.

6- Who are your biggest musical influences? And any particular artist/band you would like to collaborate with in the future?

My top 3 influences J.cole, Lauryn Hill, Mo3. A million dollar collaboration would be J.cole for sure.

7- If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?

You never know what you’re capable of until you try

8- What’s next for you? Any upcoming projects?

 I’m work on a mixtape called Dejai’s inferno in the works it’s base off of the novel Dante’s inferno and the 7 circles of hell he went through. The album will feature 7 tracks. Stay tuned.