1. What is your Name? Joey Doyles, New Jersey.  I’ve always been in love with music more then anything but once I learned the business I was hooked for life.  I’d have to say the first thing was my passion for creativity and the lives a person could touch if he/she got his/her voice heard on a consistent basis around the world.  Just that possibility alone is what got me started out in the entertainment industry.  I remember thinking to myself that this is something I could really do with my life.  It was something I believed I could achieve, I love to make music and I love to make money.  It was a perfect fit for me.

2. Who and/or what inspires you to create? My inspiration for creativity was a whole bunch of things until my sons were born.  Now they are my inspiration.  Children are the ultimate creation.  I know I didn’t carry them but just knowing I assisted in the creation of them opened up my mindset.

3. How would you describe your sound? If I were to describe my sound in one word I’d have to say original.  I don’t copy trends or try to do what everyone else is doing.  I guess you can say I don’t have a specific sound too but more of a voice and I love writing music.  I believe I have a whole lot to say lyrically and an audience that can’t wait to listen.

4. What is your creative process like? Well for starters, the vibe is the key.  I don’t need no whole bunch of people around.  I just need a focused engineer and good weed.  I write new  lyrics everyday as well as search for the right beats but if the vibe ain’t right I’ll most likely fallback and think on it because I can cook on anything for creative purposes but when it’s right I get into my bag.  As long as the atmosphere🔥 we can work.  Once I hear the right record I usually like to process how I believe I would sound on it.  If I like how I’d assume I’d sound on it then we hit the studio.  If I like it after that I record, we will probably do mix after mix after mix until the right one stands out to us.  Once I select it, then we master it and add it to the collection.

5. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with? Hov, Jadakiss, Busta Rhymes, Lil Wayne, Drake, Migos, Gucci Mane, Kendrick Lamar, Ralo, lil baby, Dababy, DJ Khaled and Kanye to just name a few.

6. What is one message you would give to your supporters? I have appreciated every one of them since day one and I will continue to do so in the future.  If it wasn’t for my supporters, I wouldn’t have released any music at all.  They push me everyday to go harder and do better.  I love y’all and hope everyone of you stays tapped in because I’m about to drop more music then I ever have in my entire life.  My catalog is heavy and it’s on the way.

7. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about? My willingness ability to learn and absorb information.  I play stupid a lot but the truth is I learn fast and I adapt even faster.  That is why I get things done rather than waiting on someone else to do it for me.  These are talents rarely recognized but are extremely essential when doing business in the entertainment industry.

8. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music? I’d probably be doing something where I could be helping as many people as possible.  In my spare time I love to be involved in the bettering of our communities and the growth of our youth.  Fighting for real actual change, starting with racism. It’s something I’ve been exposed to my whole life and if I could do my part to change any of it that is most likely what I’d be doing if it wasn’t for music.

9. Who are some artists/people you admire and why? You gotta admire people like Busta Rhymes for his originality and great artist like Tupac for his storytelling.  Also, you gotta respect people like Jay Z for his longevity combined w/ success in the music business and not just his music.  It’s simply amazing, an amazing goal as an artist and something we all in this business aspire to achieve.  

10. What is the best advice you’ve been given?  “Chase the dream not the money”

11. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be? The structure in which business is handled.  It is a ruthless business but with great risk and even better rewards.  The politics behind the scenes morality is at an all time low.  I’d change that given the opportunity.  There has to be a better way for independent artist to grow and get things done without the deception included.  Having some type of representation is a must and that is something I will be focusing on in the future.

12. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself next year? After speaking to a few people in the industry about my music and plans I have decided to start releasing my music more frequently.  I’m looking to get involved with a few tours, dive into the business of marketing and possibly link up with a major in the future under the right circumstances.  Right now I just want to keep on growing and expanding my brand.

13. What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you? For business, text only * 1-609-222-3055 or@joeydoyles on all social media platforms.@getmoneygivelove on IG & Tiktok@getmoneygiveluv on Twitterwww.getmoneygivelove.com only – 6092223055

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