Exclusive Interview #3 Spotlighting Ace of www.Aceincworld.com

4 Aug

The third interview in a series highlighting up and coming entrepreneurs and leaders.
Today we interview Ace.

And without further ado:

-Where you from?
Bronx NY.


-How did you get in the game?
I always loved music so it was a no brainer for me.

-What made you embrace your position?
I’m a peoples person when you’re a promoter you have to be able to work with lots of people you can’t do that if your not.

-What keeps you in your position?
My never say die attitude.  

-What are your secrets to success?
Do things your way not the way people think you should.

-What don’t you like in the game?
I don’t like when people try to get over when i was a rookie i had to learn to watch out for snakes.

-What do you like in the game?
I like that their are lots of people that don’t mind helping rookies.

-What would you change in the game?
I would get rid of what i like to call superstar syndrome (people thinking they are bigger than what they really are).

-If I gave you a milli what or whom would you invest in?
I would give $250,000 to a cancer research foundation the rest I would start a company and only hire people from the poor areas that really need the jobs.

-What sets you apart from the game?
I’m not in the game to get rich, but because I like doing what i do.

-What are your thoughts on 360 deals?
I don’t think its unfair to the artist but at the end of the day you gotta do what you gotta to survive.

-What made you love hip hop?
It was raw and uncut.

-Who is your fav rapper/lyricist?

-Best person to ever play your position?
A lot of people would disagree but I have to say Don King.

-Best rapper alive?
50 cent.

-Advice for my readers?
Follow your dreams no matter what.

-Your definition of success?
Never having to struggle or live paycheck to paycheck.

-Any projects you’d like to promo?
At the moment I’m working on starting my own anti-domestic charity, but I’m taking it to a different level because it doesn’t just affect mothers it affect children and a lot of people forget about that.


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