This Is Flight Control

This is Flight Control.

This man needs no introduction. 2 time CM Award winner, recording artist, business owner, songwriter, 919 representer. Who I’m talking about is no other than the Infinite one, Flowz Infinite, My brother from another mother, Group mate, business partner and friend. I met Flowz back in the days. It was something about his flow that impressed me, that was close to ten years ago since then we have formed a super bond. I would describe him as a friend who became family. If you haven’t checked out his music I would suggest you do so asap. A few years back I had the pleasure of hosting his Flight Control mixtape, That was pretty dope, being asked to host the project. It’s mutual respect. I’ve seen his growth over the years his work ethic and determination drive and inspires me. So for those unfamiliar, he’s @flowzinfinite on social media. Team Collective representer, and owner of numerous businesses. So without any further a due let’s jump right into and see what’s up with the Big Homie, what he’s been up to, and what he has coming up in the future. Sit back and  strap in and welcome to Flight Control

What first got you into music?

 I wrote a poem about cleaning up the litter of the world in the 4th grade. My teacher published the poem in the school newspaper. I kept writing poetry. In the 6th grade, my homies from the block started rhyming. I sat back and watched for 2 years before I was brave enough to spit what I had written to my homies. My homie Third and Brahm gave me big credit, saying I’m probably going to be the nicest one out of all of them. I didn’t believe them but took that confidence and kept going.

Who inspired you to make music?

 My homies on the block plus artists like 2pac, Nas, Fugees, Buju Banton, and some other artists really inspired me to make music at a young age. I felt I could do what they did but better.

How would you describe the music that you typically create? 

It’s infinite. The beats talk to me. Depending on the vibe I’m on I may be looking for a certain type of beat, but that genre ranges from hip hop to reggae, to rock, to old school, to new school, Drake, Kanye, but still listen to Mos Def and LL Cool J. My range is I love good music.

What is your creative process like? 

My optimal creative space would be early morning, lighting up, listening to the beat while I fall into it. Let it talk to me. Find the flow. That’s the most important part. Which flow can I create depending on the cadence of the beat,  Then think of metaphors to make you think while I rhyme about a topic.

Who would you most like to collaborate with? 

J. Cole. I respect what he has done for NC and his style and the way he approaches his beats are similar to my mental state.

If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be? 

Drake, because the ladies definitely will be in the building!

What is one message you would give to your fans? 

Live every day, be a leader, and help those who are less fortunate than you.

What is the most useless talent you have? 

I can cut hair, but only my hair. I will mess your hairline up!!

Do you sing in the shower? 

Anything crazy…like when Eddie Murphy was singing To Be Loved in Coming to America, or the songs playing on Madden when I turn it off. You don’t smoke dog you don’t want problems lol.

What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career? 

Basketball if I put what I put into music.

Where have you performed?

 NC ( Raleigh, Charlotte, Greensboro, Wilmington, Greenville)  SC, GA (Atlanta), VA (Va Beach, Richmond), WVA ( VA tech) , MD (Baltimore), New York (Brooklyn) and countless smaller towns on the east coast.

  What are your favorite and least favorite venues? 

Any venue I appreciate to practice my craft. I have performed in all types of buildings and sets ups.

Do you have any upcoming shows?

No shows, but plenty of projects. Stay tuned!

How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business? 

Very big. If you know how to research and use it to your advantage its huge compared to even 10 years ago.

What is your favorite song to perform?

 In The Rain by Team Collective

Which famous musicians do you admire?

Most of them are dead, unfortunately. Rip Nipsey.

What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into? 

A bench warrant for a speeding ticket. I was fortunate to stay out of trouble.

What is the best advice you’ve been given?

Live today.

If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be? 

Who owns the industry.

What’s next for you? 

I have a podcast called Flight Control Sports Cast, a cologne, new music with my team, radio station, man just stay tuned! Too much to give out!

There you have it, ladies and gentlemen. New music is on the way and please be sure to subscribe to the Flight Control Sports Cast and be on the lookout for Team Collective’s new music, and up and coming music from Flowz Infinite. The Cologne I can tell you from experience its serious and a big move. Congratulations to Flowz Infinite on behalf of and SDS Radio I wanna thank you for the opportunity to interview you and I look forward to seeing things continue to unfold, even though im walking with you, I’m watching you alongside with the rest of the Infinite Fans around the world. Salute my Brother may you continue to manifest destiny and walk into every blessing. Salute Fam Love is love.

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Quincy Milliam Professionally known as Scion919, is a musical artist, songwriter, beatmaker, music producer, photographer, media journalist, clothing designer, scriptwriter, disc jockey, hip hop blogger, and owner of shut down season radio. (SDS radio) and
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