Paid $haq Talks Major Moves As Fans Anticipate His Return

Paid $haq, an upcoming artist with a soulful and inspirational sound, is making waves in the music industry with his unique style and powerful lyrics. Growing up, music videos served as a catalyst for his passion, and it naturally became second nature to him. While he draws inspiration from artists like Lil Boosie and Nipsey Hussle, Paid $haq is primarily motivated by his own creative drive.

Describing his music as inspirational, soulful, and visionary, Paid $haq creates a sound that resonates with listeners on a deep level. His creative process involves finding beats that speak to him and listening to what they’re trying to convey. He replaces melodies with words and lets his soul guide the writing process, resulting in songs that touch the hearts of his audience.

When asked about dream collaborations, Paid $haq expresses his desire to work with DJ Khaled, recognizing the impact and success that collaborations can bring. As for opening a show for any artist, he dreams of sharing the stage with Drake, Kendrick Lamar, and Lil Boosie.

To his fans, Paid $haq wants to convey a message of passion and perseverance. He believes that it is through passion and desire that dreams come true, and he encourages his fans to never give up on their aspirations.

Outside of his music career, Paid $haq envisions himself mentoring incarcerated juveniles, using his experiences to guide and inspire them towards a better future.

While Paid $haq has yet to perform at venues due to his early incarceration, he has showcased his talents in front of family and friends at a picnic gathering. However, he looks forward to upcoming shows and the opportunity to perform for larger audiences.

Reflecting on the impact of the internet on the music business, Paid $haq acknowledges that it has leveled the playing field for independent artists, providing them with a platform to showcase their talents and gain recognition.

When it comes to his favorite song to perform, Paid $haq highlights “Mafia Proverbs” as a track that resonates with him and his audience, showcasing his unique style and powerful delivery.

Paid $haq admires musicians like Megan Thee Stallion for their performances and stage presence. Their ability to captivate audiences inspires him to continue honing his craft and perfecting his live performances.

Having faced challenges in his life, including a prison sentence at the age of 17, Paid $haq has learned valuable lessons. The best advice he has received is to treat life like a bike - when you fall off, you must get back on and keep going.

Looking to the future, Paid $haq has exciting plans. He is working on a documentary about his life, which will shed light on his journey and experiences. Additionally, he is eager to release more music and take his career to the next level.

To stay updated on Paid $haq’s journey and upcoming releases, follow him on social media:

Instagram: https://instagram.com/paidshaq_joyrd?igshid=NzZlODBkYWE4Ng==

Stream: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3angZRxlFJz1QY2EK5z9jd

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