Behind the Scenes: The Making of 'Do It For Ya' and Challenges Faced by Aiso

We got to interview upcoming artist Aiso and delve into the artist's creative process, including their experience in selecting the right beats for the song and the number of studio sessions it took to bring it to life. Additionally, the article explores the impact of the Internet on the music industry and the artist's opinions on the current state of music. While reading the interview, you will notice the artist sharing insights into their journey, including the most significant trouble they faced and the best advice they've received. Readers can expect an informative and entertaining read that gives them a glimpse into the life of a rising artist in the music industry.

Check out the Our Interview with Aiso below to learn more about him.

What was the most challenging part of creating your single "Do It For Ya "?

Probably the first line or the hook lol.

When you were going through picking the right beats for the song, was it an instant decision for you?

Hell yeah. The producer Adafa who made the beat also amazing at making beats.

I see you put a great song together. How many studio sessions it took for you to accomplish this single?

3 sessions with some foreign help.

What would you be doing now if it weren't for your music career?

Hopefully acting or something in the marijuana business.

How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business? 

Music is watered down due to lack of creativity ‘n desire to go viral but definitely made it easier for everybody to eat ‘n make money if they do it right.

What is your favorite song to perform?

This or my other song "Oversight".

What is the most trouble you've gotten into? 
I almost went to jail for throwing a party at my apartment because black folks are extra.
And how did that situation make you who you are today?
I’m not built for jail.

What is the best music advice you've been given?

Know your own style and the right people going to appreciate it.

If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

The greedy obsession with money also spreading violence.

Which skills have you gained that help you perform effectively as a musician?

Finding my style.

Who helped you most in your journey?

Ma dukes, I guess.

Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?

Hell yeah.

What accomplishments do you see yourself achieving in the next five to 10 years?

Rich, minding my business with peace of mind. 

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