I arrived at 2:00 and got to spend a little time with the founder/ceo of exposure nation, Young Sir. A young entrepreneur with a TV backround as long as Regis Philbin’s. From BET’s countdown to 106 & Park, and the list goes on.
He gave me the full tour of his facility and I have to say I was very impressed. Before today I knew very little about the operation, what they did and what exposure nation involves. Along the tour I found a full recording studio, three photography studios, a conference room, and a production room for the live broadcasts. Needless to say this place was awesome!
Before I went on I got to have a sit down with Sir and talk about Exposure Nation. Basically they are a network of artists, models, directors, hosts, and photographers. A one-stop shop for whatever you need. Our talk was cut short by Promo Nah, two minutes till we go live!
The interview went really good and I am glad I did it. There was one question that really hit home for me. Towards the end of the interview I was asked was there any advice that I wanted to give to the young up and coming artists. Pausing for a second I got a flashback of all the people who told me my music wasn’t good, I wouldn’t make it or that I was wasting my time. My reply was to never let people tell you that you cant do something and never let people bring you down. No artist started off and never received negative attention. It’s the people who don’t give up and go the extra mile that make it. The people that put in WorCk are the ones who get rewarded in the end.