One of the south’s leading management/label group Mizay Entertainment recently beefed up their roster to finish the year with a bang. With mega stars like Waka Flocka Flame, French Montana and Money Mouse the label reached into a different corner to find there next great star, Tarvoria. While the label was searching for the next big artist, the Daytona Beach native was right under their nose the whole time.. Tarvoria had a great production team making her hits after hits, which attracted one of Mizay’s artist to work with her. This partnership was the key that unlocked the door for Tarvoria to shine as a Mizay artist.
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Tell us about Mizay?
It’s been a learning experience. Deb is everything you see on T.V., she’s strong about her movement, strong about women taking a stand in the music industry. I’ve learned a lot from the advice from Waka.
You know I’m just trying to be me, I’m not trying to fill any ones shoes. I’m not trying to sound like anyone else.
How has working with a label impacted your career?
Working with Mizay has made me more aware of how to handle certain situations in the industry. You learn and grow from experiences throughout life, and this has helped me grow. I’ve learned how to be less sensitive about things in this industry. You can take everything so serious, because not everything is what it seems. It teaches you to be more grounded.
Always stay loyal to the ones that have always been for you. I don’t take anything personal when it comes to making music. I understand it’s a business.
I’ve had total freedom when it comes to making my music and my album. The album Street Couture, was created by my crew. I didn’t make my project based on what I thought Mizay would want to here, I created something that I wanted to hear. Now weather it sells or not, that’s up to how the label markets and promotes it. You feel me. I just make sure I handle the sound and my image.
Let me tell you something, Deb might say I’m one of the hardest people to work with; because I’m an artist that came from doing everything themselves. I didn’t have an investor, or a big team backing me up, By Myself, For Myself.
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