Wassup, it’s the one and only JaseNirvana. A multi-talented individual reporting live from South Atlanta. I do a little bit of everything honestly. Ive always been a creative individual. I went from dancing, to the music and production scene. Nowadays I’m more into Producing beats, Engineering studio sessions, and I sing/rap. I’m from Brooklyn, New York but I moved to Atlanta and learned the game at a young age.
What inspires you everyday
Well. Being locked up really did something to me. It made me open my eyes and realize we take everything for granted. I look at the bigger picture in life. We don’t truly appreciate what we have until we have nothing. There where times when I had nothing. Not a dollar to my name, had niggas change up on me when they seen me at my lowest, and my family never really had much but we always made the best of every situation. I gotta go hard for my family and make a future for myself.
What is something you would change about people in the world
The value of money. The importance of the dollar bill. I’d lower the value of money and focus more on trading our resources and actually help our people. I think everything really could be a lot simpler if we lived life without money and it’s value. The world would be a happier place if we focused on what we truly need in order to survive. Less stress, less problems.
What is your view on the people in the world
I feel like people nowadays are materialistic and self centered.
A lot of people don’t look for the the bigger picture in life, they are more focused on what they see and hear on tv and social media. and a lot of people follow the crowd, without necessarily knowing so. It’s kind of a monkey see monkey do effect. I just wish more people had minds of their own, and less negative. All That negative shit in reality is unhealthy.
What is something you’ve struggled with in life
Loyalty and trust
What is a positive message you would give others
Stay true to yourself and remain humble
Last question if you could make a difference in the world how would you do that
Change poverty. Give people actual opportunities to make better of themselves