mdot1IAA:  What is your music background?

M-DOT:  I have been rapping as a hobby for years. I have been professionally pursuing rap as a career for about a year now. I have always been a good writer. I have won many poetry contests and essay contests. I transferred my writing skills into songwriting.

IAA:  Why do you want to record and release your own music?

M-DOT:  I want to make music because I love it.  I have experienced a lot in life. I know that my music can make a change in the world. If I can change just one person with the power of music, then my life has a purpose.

IAA:  What are your songs about?

M-DOT:  My songs are about life and my interpretation of past and current events. My songs are about my relationships, family, financial standings, my love of sports and my daily struggle to get closer to God.

IAA:  Who is your fan base directed towards?

M-DOT:  My music is aimed at hip hop fans of all ages. A pre-teen just starting to develop taste in music to the average listener as well as a true hip hop head who grew listening to Doug E Fresh or Big Daddy Kane can all relate to my music.

IAA:  Who are your musical influences?

M-DOT:  My father who taught himself to play the piano has influenced me greatly. I am also influenced by my uncle who plays the trombone. Some of my favorite artists are DMX, 50 Cent, Eminem, Michael Jackson, and  Jay-Z.

IAA:  How would you describe your music to people?

M-DOT:  I would describe my music as an inconvenient truth. As an artist I try to have the listener visualize what is being said. There is no sugar coating going on. This is real life. If you’re into that bubble gum rap then I might not be the right artist to listen to.

IAA:  What makes you stand out from other artist?

M-DOT:  I stand out from other artists because I’m not here to give you glitz and glamour, I’m here to bring back real hip hop. I want people to hear me and say to themselves if he can do it than anyone can do it. I’m here to talk about things that other artists don’t talk about especially in the black community. I’m here to make sure the spirit of hip hop lives on

IAA:  What are some upcoming projects you are currently working on?

M-DOT:  I am currently working on an upcoming album as well as some music videos.

IAA:  What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

M-DOT:  My goal is to bring real hip hop back not this “dumbed down” trash that is out now. I also would like to get into Hollywood doing movies as well as develop other artists. As for where I see myself in 10 years, I see myself bringing in new artists as well as expanding the reach of hip hop worldwide.






  1. I just want to say my babe is finally being recognized for his talent and good work. I wish him the best through his journey! I wish ya mans was riding with you to see both of y’all make it! <3 u!

  2. I had the pleasure of producing some music for brother M-Dot.
    I must say that he is a vary talented and articulate writer who expresses his self with the realness that’s not degrading to people like some of today’s rap music does.
    Its been a worth wild opportunity working with Brother M-Dot and his uncle Rodney.

    I truly believe and pray that he have much success in his future endeavors.
    I’m also looking forward to doing more music production with him as well.
    Peace & blessings.

  3. Awwww I’m so proud of you friend that’s wassup, just stay true to who you are as a person and everything else will follow, best of luck in all that you do. To quote a friend “hard work pays off”.

  4. Good luck to you on this new journey Morgan, i hope all the dreams you have will come true for you and for Chele!! Best of luck, i’m looking forward to listening to you on the radio soon!!!

  5. Good luck Morgan. You know I’m always rooting for you. I’m impressed, you’re doing what you always said you were gone do. Bring your “A” game though nothing less. By the way I want credit for that name Mr. M-Dot. Remember how that came about. Lol.