Stay There is mainly a song for the ladies! It was one of my first really professional recordings back in 2010. It was produced by a very talented guy by the name of Keith Winfield who has worked with many talented artists. I don’t have a whole lot of R&B songs, but I feel Stay There is one of my heavier hitters @chasemillz0311
Live interview November 9 at 7:00 pm et
Episode #385: http://tobtr.com/9576095
GETTING TO KNOW CHASE MILLION
by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live Radio
I first knew I wanted to be a musical artist when I was five years old.
I got my first Michael Jackson album (Dangerous) and was completely blown away! I learned that whole album and performed it for my family on Christmas. I got my first guitar when I was thirteen and was an avid player through my teens. I recorded my first Hip Hop song in 2007 while on a naval vessel deployment on my way to Iraq.
Stay There is mainly a song for the ladies!
It was one of my first really professional recordings back in 2010. It was produced by a very talented guy by the name of Keith Winfield who has worked with many talented artists. I don’t have a whole lot of R&B songs, but I feel Stay There is one of my heavier hitters.
I am currently working on my first full debut EP “Reflections.”
You can expect a very diverse and fun project from this album. It is very near and dear to my heart and I talk a bit about my experience in the Marine Corps, but there will definitely be some songs for the ladies and something to dance to as well. I hope to adequately convey to the world who Chase Million and make great music that people will enjoy and relate to. I have a unique style unto my own and the world will soon be made aware who I am!
I currently reside in Salt Lake City, Utah.
There is defiantly some talent here across the musical board. But there is no real stars to strive to be like so what I am creating I am not just trying to be regional but global! There are a few places for good shows like The Depot, In the Venue, Vivant Smart Home Arena, The Great Salt Air, The VFW, The Gallivan Center, The U of U Stadium, and a few more.
I feel the music business is saturated with a lot of no talent having rappers,
and other musical endeavors but there is most defiantly some shining stars in the game on another level. Chris Brown, Future, Weezy, Rick Ross, Drake, The Weeknd, Kendrick, Rocca, Yeezy, Diddy, Dre, Em and other past greats.
The main advantage of doing music for me in my life is doing something I love
and can express myself in a positive manner. The main con for me at this point is not doing it full-time, so hopefully this interview can propel me to reach that other level.
I alter my struggles I face daily by keeping a positive outlook on life.
Also, I strive to be the best I can in every aspect of my life eventually helping me triumph and succeed not only as an artist but father and person.
I would spend that five minutes allotted with Yelawolf.
Yelawolf is an extremely talented and creative individual. I admire his rap skill-set obviously but more importantly he is a multi-faceted musical artist. I think we might have a few good ideas if we put our heads together.
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