Today we are sharing an interview with Jamon "Truebeatz" Turner: he was born in November 1979 in Cincinnati, OH. In 2004, he had found a passion for music and began producing beats in his Walnuthills home where he lived with his family. Starting out using a PlayStation 2 Video Game "Music Maker" and "Ejay Clubwork", he learned how to arrange chords and created his own unique sound.
1. First of all, tell us about how did you start your music career?
- I had to find something to keep me out of trouble. I grew up in one of Cincinnati's toughest neighborhoods. Everyday you face life or death. I needed to find something I like to do. It started on a cold winter day, we were snowed in boring outta our minds, So my cousin and I starting playing around on this music maker game on Sony Playstation, it was a beat making game, LOL, and every since then, I was into music productions.
2. Who are your music inspirations?
- The guitar is my favorite instrument. Jimi Hendricks, Ernie Isley and Slash.
3. Our readers would like to know more about your new music. Any interesting facts?
- I'm going to be working with some music libraries companies like Sync Daddy and Amurco to name a few. I'll be composing music for hit TV shows and commercials. Also I'll be putting music on Spotify and other streaming networks.
4. What opinions have you recieved about your music?
- That I should be more creative in different genre of music outside of Hip-Hop and R&B. I'm learning how to compose EDM and Pop instrumentals.
5. What do you like to do more: songwriting or performing?
- I'm too shy to be performing LOL, I do more songwriting.
6. Which countries do you want to visit with tour?
- Nigeria and The UK. They love American music over there...
7. How do you deal with haters?
- Whatever the haters do or say, I use it as motivations. It lights the fuel to do better in what you like to do best in life. Always you got to stay humble and positive.
8. What would you tell to your fans?
- Thank you for listening and liking my music. I like to give a special shoutout to my family and my Boeing family in "4821", 1st and 2nd floor in Huntsville, Alabama. Thank You Ken and Sherri Thompson for the keyboard you giving me. Raynard Goodman, Rita Nix, Pat, Sandra Siegal, Kerry, Sherri Davis and Ray Foggs... The whole 4821 building is a lot of people to name. I am going to miss you guys. Thank you all for pushing me and wanting to see me do better in life.