MME is DIY Hip-Hop Fueled by St. Louis Pride
I make music because... music is an essential part of who I am, and it's the best way I have of expressing myself. I started music in middle school but when introduced, it came natural to me and from then on it's been a match made in heaven.
The St. Louis music scene could use... more publicity. I feel like there's more than enough talent in St. Louis from a lot of different genres - hip-hop, jazz, blues, R&B, et cetera, that has yet to be acknowledged. We definitely have what it takes to compete with other cities. In due time though, I suppose.
What I like most about St. Louis is... how small it is. I'm always amazed when friends of mine are friends with people I know. St. Louis is not as big as it seems and in so many ways it's a good thing. Music being a prime example, with everyone knowing everyone that's all on one accord, it kind of creates a movement, for a lack of better words. A wide range of people helping people to reach goals, offering talents or services.
The best post-show food in St. Louis is... a tough one! But I would have to say the best post-show food in St. Louis is Steak 'n Shake. Majority of the time the shows I'm in take place at night and don't end until the next day, leaving the options I have to choose from slim to none. Steak 'n Shake is just one of those places that's pretty affordable, food's great and they're open all through the night.
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