JK-47 acknowledges his creativity as he faces new responsibilities

The JK-47 has changed his world over the past two years, even more so.

JK-47, AKA Jacob Paulson, is an honor Manjangal The man of Benjaling Nation whose music completely exploded when he released his hit single Synthesis In May 2020.

The rapper won the Triple J Discovered Artist of the Year crown but it wasn’t the only way his life changed, JK-47 became a father for the first time in June 2020.

We met with Jacob to find out how he was leading his new life before the incredible exhibition of first-world artists. Nagana Bering as part of Paramatman Night this weekend.

Happy: How was your day

JK-47: That was fine, bro. Registering now only. With a break.

Happy: And is the journey going well so far?

JK-47: Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.

Happy: Yes. Have you finished many live broadcast games in the last few years?

JK-47: Yes, I played a pair. You know, a pair here and there. So that was good.

Happy: This is a big two years for you. Was there a big code between the sizes of the people when you were allowed to play the resume? Or did you get a chance to play a few games during the plague anyway?

JK-47: I got a chance to play a few games, you know. We’re just hurting the big guys right now, but in a way, I like that it’s an accurate experience. Getting close to people and connecting like that. Yes, I like it. So I’m looking forward to it, but at the same time I’m not.

Happy: Are there any moments when you have too much left in the middle of a storm?

JK-47: Well, when I picked up the album, I had a baby … like my baby was born in June 2020. I released the album in September 2020. And even though I do this music and do these shows, my main focus at home is just like Dad and Husband, like trying to nail it and get it right. Because yes, coming from a background where, you know, parents weren’t all stuff, I always wanted to be a father, and to be a father right away from what I wanted to do. So just trying to do it right first and foremost, and then pretty much just adding it to my music and the variety of shows that are included in my music.

Happy: Yes yes. I wanted to ask how did your son affect your music? Has it changed the way you write?

JK-47: Yes man, ٪ 100. Great influence, man. You know, like, sometimes, we can’t help but be role models. It’s not like we’re going to stop it, but we can find a way to avoid it, like, ‘Yeah, yeah, I’m not trying to hear that talk about my role model.’ You know, I’m just trying to do this and I’m just trying I did. But when you are a father, you cannot run away from it. You can’t escape it. So no matter how hard I try, I can’t get rid of the fact that I have to do the right thing because someone looks at me, you know? However, you cannot generally avoid this fact.

This is how the world works. We see people passing by, people we see growing up, paving the way for them to follow. And you either follow it, or you break and do your job, you know? But that’s not how we grew up. We are raised to follow this law and we do it and we do it. We haven’t really been shown to accept this creative side. Unless you want to be creative yourself and you don’t care what anyone says or thinks about your music or your art you think you do … So yeah, man, as I write it and how I do it. Kindly I have a big impact. Walk with my music and you know, it’s going to be the same suit for a while. I think we can just get up from here and where we are, I feel like it’s so perfect.

Even though I’m not at the top of the ladder yet, I’m at the top of the game in my books. In my opinion, I am the best I have ever been. And that’s all I don’t really want to do is compete with anyone else. I just try to be the best for my son and my family and for my community and loved ones and everyone else. I try to influence everyone.

Happy: You play too Ngana Birrung Festival this Sunday in Paramatman. This seems like an unacceptable event. Which part of the festival do you like the most?

JK-47: Just linking, you know, linking to mob. Misha, Briggs; is eager to meet them and see them live.

Happy: Have you met them before?

JK-47: No, I don’t think I’ve ever met them before. I had an interview with Briggs, But I have not seen him personally. You’re so excited to just go to it and meet up with these friends, meet up with Mob and yes, just do it again.

Happy: Do you know if you get a chance to experience their performance as a part of people?

JK-47: I always try to do that. You don’t really experience it from anywhere else because places usually create a place where you can see it but I always like to be in public. It’s all love because then you experience it right.

Happy: So is this the first festival you have played with all the first nation artists?

JK-47: No, I played a game at the Sydney Opera House that I had Kobe D., Barca, Becca Hutch. I think it was barbaric; it was Gadigal Language for tomorrow. So, I had the experience of playing Kobe D, Becca Hutch, and Barca And only their testimony does their job. And yes, it was really nice to see them as a real person, you know, because every internal artist is just trying to find their identity, not just through the music but through everything they do. Choose it, whether it’s dance or something. Art, like art on canvas, whatever they are creative.

They need to find their identity, you know, and see fellow family artists like their work, and make sure who they are. And in the same profession that I’m in, it’s really inspiring and inspiring and it fills me with joy, seeing different people doing their jobs differently, but just like me. it’s beautiful.

Happy: Yes, well. And a few years back, you were shown in it Sunday roast With the nerves, and part of this track the nerves are raping his morning order. But we have never heard your voice. So what is your morning?

JK-47: I only get a pizza sub, man. I just keep it simple. I just keep it cool, you know? I don’t eat salads at all. I like red onions and I like capsicum. I like spinach, carrots, what else? I think that’s it. Salt and pepper, some farm and some barbecue, I think.

Happy: Good combination?

JK-47: Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.

Happy: Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.

JK-47: I think I can make it better at home, to be honest. Subways I once refused entry, so I’m a bit away from them * laughing *.

Happy: Oh, really?

JK-47: Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. But I haven’t been back since.

Happy: WYes, that’s all I bought for you. Thank you so much for coding on the phone.

JK-47: That’s right, I also appreciate your time.

Happy: No worries.

JK-47: Ok so i will talk to you soon

Happy: We’ll see later, man. thank you.

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Interview with Lochi Schuster.

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