For this week’s Deep Dive Series we are interviewing a talented music producer and Clapper creator: @BigNuno.
Big Nuno is a producer owner of the music label Just Right Music. In this Deep Dive interview he told us about his story getting involved in music, his talented daughter and the future of his label. On Clapper, his content focuses on his life with his family and his life experiences. He is a big contributor on Clapper who loves to stay connected to his community as much as he cans and support others.
Keep reading this Deep Dive Series to find out more about this creator’s amazing story. Make sure to tune in every Friday at 4pm CT on our @Clappertalks account, to listen to the bonus questions that will only be available on our live radio show: Clapper Interviews.
Tell us a little bit about yourself. What does a day look like in your life?
It’ crazy. At 5 am I go to work. I usually don’t get home until 7, 8 pm. Then I try to do a couple of things with my kids because I get home so late. But most of the days that is what I do, six days a week. After I see my kids I go to the studio. Sundays I don’t do anything but spend time with my family. It’s crazy for me.
What made you want to get into the music industry? How would you define the music you create?
I started music maybe six years ago. My daughter is an unbelievable singer, so I started doing it with her. She is a good writer. She has never had a lesson in her life but she used to sing around the house all day. As time went by and people really listened to her they noticed how good she was. I took her to a studio and we recorded some music and the guy there thought she was amazing. I paid big money for this producer and they ended up screwing us. So I did what I had to do and learned how do to it myself.
How did you get involved with Just Right Music? How was it to have your own family involved with this project?
By getting screwed over by everybody else, I figured I should start my own label. I brought more people along and created a team. I learned a lot from producers and writers. We met with big people in LA. We started shooting videos. Before I knew it, I had more artists coming to me. I have a few artists under my label signed and they are being played on the radio. I actually try to help people and do the right thing. That’s where Just Right Music came from.
We were going through your other social media accounts and we found some sort of clip for music videos. How many music videos have you worked on? Tell us a little bit about the experience behind the scenes.
We’ve done quite a few. Just my daughter alone, I think she has like fifty-something music videos. It’s been crazy and an awesome experience. I love it. I actually listen to music differently now. Now I have many artists I am working with, since my daughter is going to college. I have 5 rappers, 2 that do hiphop and 1 country artist.
We were excited to hear the songs you’ve summited on Clapper. How can Clapper better support artists on Clapper?
Number one, I think we need to figure out how to find music on the library and make it easier for everyone. Just an easier way, rather than just scroll and scroll until you find the song that you want. Even artist that I’ve come across in here can easily find each other.
So, When did you join Clapper? How did your journey as a creator begin?
I came from the other app on September or October with a whole crowd, when everyone started switching over. I just like the whole adult thing. Everybody was welcoming to me. I didn’t have a problem, I think this is a great app.
hat do you enjoy most about Clapper? What is your favorite feature?
Most of the times that I am here I am trying to help everybody else. I interact on their livestreams and support them. I don’t have too much time, but when I do I try to show my love to others. So, mainly I love the posting feature and let it run and the people itself are great, always showing respect and love. I specially come to Clapper when I am bump out and then it makes me feel better. That is what I love most about this app.
What are your hopes and goals for the artists you represent and the future of your label?
I have one artist right now that is actually doing amazing. His name is M Bully. I am talking radio, he is really popping. We are actually doing music with a couple big artists. There will be more of him and we are doing big things. I feel like we are about to take off.
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