PACHAGAZINE ‘The pulse Vaccine’

Pachagazine: Let’s start with your name.

Job Kerry: Job Kerry is my name, and that’s what I use to for stage name.

Pachagazine: Which genre of music do you do?

Job Kerry: My genre is Hip Hop/rap.

Pachagazine: What made you do Hip-Hop, why that genre?

Job Kerry: Well, hip hop is very aggressive, I wasn’t much of a strong kid growing up and listening to rap songs especially when I got to university made me feel like I was strong, I could relate to a lot of the pain expressed in rap songs and the delivery, complexity in laying out of verses made me get drawn to it a lot.

Pachagazine: When did you discover your talent?

Job Kerry: I discovered my talent as a kid, growing up I wasn’t much of a talker, so I’d express myself by singing and dancing.

Pachagazine: When did you now start it as a career?

Job Kerry: Around 2019, I realised I could write songs, so I decided to pursue it professionally then and am still at it.

Pachagazine: Do you do music as full-time or?

Job Kerry: No, am still a student, I do it part times.

Pachagazine: How do you juggle both, school and music.

Job Kerry: Well, I usually have like at most three classes in a day but it could be less than that, so anytime am not in class am always couped up in my room writing songs and I hit the studio in the weekends whenever I need to record something.

Pachagazine: How many projects do you have?

Job Kerry: I have worked on a single Extended play EP, the lead track is called Dear Mama.

Pachagazine: Take us through it, what inspired it, the content, the message in it.

Job Kerry: It was inspired by my life, it’s called the Jokerr EP, Jokerr is just Job Kerry, the lead track is a letter to my mom, I tell her my struggle emotionally and everything I go through, the second track is my life a storytelling track recording my life, ingine inaitwa yours truly, a letter to God.

Pachagazine: Any collabos done?

Job Kerry: Yeah, I’ve done two collabos with my producer Bollard Shreddor.

Pachagazine: How do you make your music unique to fit the competitive market?

Job Kerry: I usually talk about my life, talk about how I view normal occurrences and social issues.

I also put a lot of my philosophies in my art, that always comes out as very unique.

Pachagazine: Are you under any label or now you’re solo?

Job Kerry: Am an independent artist.

Pachagazine: Let’s talk about your role model, who do you look up to, locally, and internationally.

Job Kerry: Locally I look up to Juliani, Jay A, Camp Mulla and Nyashinski.. Around the globe, I look up to Eminem, Hopsin, Aesop Rock and Nf.

Pachagazine: Challenges! What challenges do you come across with in your career?

Job Kerry: The main challenge is financing my studio time. I haven’t hit the mainstream media yet. I don’t have a manager yet, publicity team, but am hoping that will get better with time.

Pachagazine: Where do you see yourself in few years to come.

Job Kerry: Probably the biggest hip-hop act in Africa. Winning a BET award, and just taking rap to the next level.

Pachagazine: What should your fans expect in the near future?

Job Kerry: Am working on a mega mixtape, a 7-track mixtape. The Underdog Tale will be it’s title and I’ll be dropping bars for that and after that I’ll be working on my debut album. I’ll be dropping tons of singles too along the way.

Pachagazine: As we finish up, Message to your fans concerning this pandemic we are facing.

Job Kerry: I’d like to tell them to just keep safe and know it will be over soon.

Pachagazine: How can people find you on Social media handles?

Job Kerry: JOB KERRY in all platforms (Facebook/Instagram) YouTube still Job Kerry.

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