1. We Can Say Brujo is one of the most Well Known Latin Rappers to Ever Invade The Internet World in a Time when Getting known Was almost impossible. How Did You Do it?
I always had the love for music but I never had a studio, so I started having battles in the street and began to gain respect, When they asked my name I simply gave them my nickname "Brujo", after each battle.. everyone wanted to congratulate me and that's when I realized that I had a fan base so once I put up my songs on the internet it was quickly supported by the audience and increased my value as a rapper.
2. Alot of Well known Mc's in Puerto Rico and Multi Platinum Producers that originally Came From The United states All knew they had to move to The Island to make it Big. Why was it so important for Brujo to Stay and Rep his Hood?
I was Born in Boston but also raised in Bayamon,PR where I first heard Reggaeton which was called "El Underground", I loved it and started to write for the first time at age 9, I later moved from the island to Boston,MA and started rapping to English Instrumentals since at the time there was'nt many Reggaeton Beats available and I developed a different style. Boston supported me so much, I started getting paid featurings & shows in most of Massachusetts, I seen many people planning to leave to Puerto Rico to make it but since I lived in the island also I knew that the people from there were planning on coming to The United States to make it.. so I knew I was already in U.S.A. but my plan was to raise my Flag here!
3. 700,000 Views in one Youtube Video Alone. How in The World does a Independent Rapper get this many hits?
We had the support from the fans but I still believed in reaching more people so It took long days and nights of promotion, also it was our first video ever and many new fans wanted to see who we were, some say it was a perfect song with a professional story line that many could relate to so they would post it on their pages, It was also a unique song since Temperamento was known for doing Latin Hip Hop & me and D Voiz were known for doing Reggaeton so it was more of an impact.
4. Talking About Temperamento! Who is now a New Born Christian. Who Came up with the Crazy Idea of Adding Him to your New CD?
I Say crazy Because i Grew Up in a Christian Family and by you allowing this to happen you are going to Stir Up Controversy. Some will say how dare a Christian be a part of a Secular Project? and some will point the finger at you. Why are you opening a Door for The Word of God to reach your Fans?
I decided to add him to this Album because he was one of the pioneers to be part of the 1st Konnexion Lokal Album that started it all and he's always been part of many of my projects but this time it was quite different because I knew he was in a brand new place and his music was for the Lord but I would'nt have wanted to release this Album without him.
5. Great Answer! How many Mixtapes, Albums have you dropped and how many have you been featured on?
I have released 2 solo Albums called "Mala Suerte" & "Lejos Del Mundo", 2 CD's as a Duo with D Voiz Called "Tha Collection" & "Da Mixtape", 2 CD's as Mulzielago (Previous Name) Called "Otro Espacio" & "Hacia El Destino"
with Wyziel, and 2 Albums with various artists called "Konnexion Lokal 1 & 2", then I released "Mala Suerte 2.0" and been featured on over 25 Mixtapes world wide.
6. If You Was in the Studio Right Now Working on your Dream song . Who would be The Producer On the Beat And Who would be The Featured Artist?
I would wanna do a featuring with Sean Paul, he's always been one of the bestartists for me, and this might sound crazy but I would want Timbaland and Dr. Dre on the beat! That's my dream.
7. Who else is Featured on Konnexion Lokal 3?
I have Vinny Rivera, Pimpchito, Lee Wilson, Justificable, Kokorote y Kazper, Grizzly, Midie, Rau El Monarca, 5ta Avenida, C- Skills, Rangel "The Warrior, Mega Flow, El Alfa, Willex "El Del Flow", J.O. "El Unico", Apocalipsis, Indio Lyrico.. & Many More!
8. Whats Next For You?
Next Is My 3rd Solo Album.. I'm working hard to make it Historic, I want to leave a big mark with this one! I'll have the name of it soon..
9. What advice do you have for the young Rappers who want to get out there but find it very difficult to do?
First of all.. don't expect it to be easy but if you work hard and consistent then expect better opportunities, remember the harder you work the harder it gets but the reward is worth it.
Thank You Brujo!
I Appreciate the interview, thanks to you and everyone reading! - Brujo