SZN Changes: Informing the people of the truth & inspiring them to follow their dreams.

Introduce yourself(tell about yourself & who you are)

Fasho. I’m SZN Changes (Season Changes), R&B singer & also CEO of The SZN Family & SCE (SZN Changes Entertainment). I’m based out of Atlanta, but I’m from a small town out of South Georgia called Ocilla. I’ve been back & forth between Ocilla & Atlanta all my life but I officially moved to Atlanta when I turned 19. I’ve been doing music since I was 9 years old and I’m 25 now. I plan on being in the business until I’m old and gray so you’ll be hearing and seeing a lot more of me.

What inspired you to get into the music ventures?

I was born into it. My father was a musician, and he was first inspiration to pursue music. One of my earliest memories is being three years old and my father teaching me chords on the guitar, so I’d say from the age of 3 to 9 it was my father, but once I heard Chris Brown’s run it when I was 9 years old, he became my biggest inspiration for music and has been ever since.

What are some words of wisdom you live by everyday?

You have to be like a Lion & a Fox. The Fox is smart enough to recognize traps and the Lion is strong enough to scare away the wolves. Be like a Lion & a Fox, and no one will ever beat you. – Carlo Gambino

What are some goals in life you’d like to complete?

Become a business mogul. Not just in the business of music but in all facets of life. From Music to Fashion to Entertainment in general. Real-estate to Tech to Telecommunications to Design to People. Become a mogul!

What are some struggles you faced to get to where you are now?

Honestly just chasing the dream is a struggle in itself. I’ve been homeless, broke, slept in my car, slept on the floor of my friends’ houses and even my own apartments, but the biggest struggle really is the journey itself, sacrificing being comfortable now so that I can be comfortable and live my dream later. It’s so easy to get complacent or give up because it doesn’t seem like things are going your way, the hard thing to do is to keep that vision of success in your brain at all times even when sometimes you can see it, knowing that everything will pay off for you one day. So definitely the journey itself is the biggest struggle I’ve had to deal with, but I’d also say that the journey is the reward, everything that you learn on the journey to success is just as much a reward as the success itself.

What is one way you’d like to make a difference in the world?

Informing the people of the truth & inspiring them to follow their dreams.

Last question, what else would you like to tell the world about you?

2pac is my life inspiration. & be on the look out for everything SZN Changes & The SZN Family! NEW SINGLE PROMISED YOU COMING VERY SOON!!!

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