© 2021 STREAMIT. All Rights Reserved. All videos and shows on this platform are trademarks of, and all related images and content are the property of, Streamit Inc. Duplication and copy of this is strictly prohibited. All rights reserved.

SHOOTING THE 5 with: COREY WRITES

 

When it comes to Canadian HipHop, usually Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal come to mind as the main markets. But there is more than those areas and Corey Writes is here to prove just that.
Coming from Halifax, Corey Writes been creeping is way up the industry to make a solid name for himself and his homebase. And now, after going through a tough period, a 9-year prison bid, he is ready to reintroduce his brand, lyrics and more.

1- Can you officially introduce Corey Writes to the people?
I’m Corey Writes (formerly known as Vinny Deniroz) an independent Artist/Songwriter and I’m Scotian to the bone. From Halifax, Uniacke Square but ain’t nothin’ square about it. I changed my industry name in prison, I just felt like it was time for a new beginning. I wasn’t proud of everything that I was representing at the time. So, new start and new name. Also, it’s my real name (No gimmick).


2- People been sleeping on the Halifax scene. Can you explain the vibe that makes it different from any other place?
The vibe that make it different than other places is that, not all of us ride the same wave. There is so much talent and many waves in Scotia (must be a coast thing). And once everybody wakes up, Scotia will be a force to be reckoned with in the music scene. I ain’t saying we are the best and all that. I’m just saying we have our own sound and it’s very rare that someone listens to us and don’t like us.

3- You have survived a very tough experience. What can you say to those that think that jail is cool?
Ain’t nothin sweet about it. You’re away from your loved ones, someone telling you when you can eat, sleep and take a piss. It’s being degraded on the ultimate level. Your opinion, your health and your name means nothing. You are just a number. It’s a very lonely place. And if you are fortunate to get visits and outside mail (as I was) then you also gotta carry the pain that your loved ones feel when they seeing you locked up or read it in a letter.


4- What can we expect from your latest projects?
Well, I think “Appreciate The Wait” is one my pride and joys. Because, it’s the first mixtape I dropped when I came home.  And, I felt as if it had to be a statement to the world saying “I’m Back”.  Since I been home I released 3 mixtapes: 1.“Appreciate the Wait” 2.“The Lost Files” and 3.“CW” in that order. And, yet “Appreciate The Wait” is a classic to some, I’ve been told.


5- If anybody wants to holler on some business/collaboration tip, how can they reach you?
I just dropped a new single on iTunes, GooglePlay, Tidal and all other music platforms called “Picture Me Rollin’ ft. (Juno award winner) JRDN. And, I have over 22,000 streams on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/track/2fHj2rAufNcDWDj6eZIbMa
Follow me on Instagram www.instagram.com/whozcoreywrites the link to the new single is in my bio. My Twitter (www.twitter.com/coreywrites) isn’t used that much but when I do i post my thoughts time don’t post on other sites. My Facebook page (www.facebook.com/coreywrites1) is where I do a “Question of the Day” everyday.

We want to thank Corey Writes for this interview.  Like he said, he has a new single, “Picture Me Rollin” featuring JRDN.   Make sure you check him out on his Instagram (@whozcoreywrites) and on his Facebook page (www.facebook.com/coreywrites1). Catch up on his music via his Soundcloud too: https://soundcloud.com/coreywrites

 

0

Share This Article

SHOOTING THE 5 WITH: PRICE DA BOSS

Next Story »

No “I” in team: how to win as a group

Leave a comment

Votre adresse e-mail ne sera pas publiée. Les champs obligatoires sont indiqués avec *