Don Fetti is known as a rapper/songwriter from Kentucky. In our interview below, the Kentucky native discussed learning the music industry from rapper/record producer Pimp C, working with UGK, Roc Nation, and more. His new EP “Life After 2020” will be dropping on January 26, 2021, “Hustlers Ambition” Feb 2021, and “The Mystery of Ni#@az” on May 2021, a new release with Empire Distribution/ marketing via 6103 Entertainment Nightlife Development. Don Fetti Exclusive Releases will premiere on All HipHop platforms. Make sure you check out our interview below.
Don Fetti Interview on “Voice It”
Tiara – For the people that don’t know you tell them who you’re.
Don Fetti – I’m originally from Kentucky, I have been through a lot in my life, and turned bad situations into promising situations. I have been in the music industry for a long time, and I had a couple of record deals on the table with Tvt Records, and Pimp C was trying to sign me to UGK records. Before I could solidify anything, I had made some bad decisions and paid my debt to society for some mistakes I made.
Tiara – How was it working with Pimp C?
Don Fetti – Pimp C was grooming me for the music industry, he told me what to watch for, and how you can put yourself in a bad situation by signing the wrong record deal. I also have a song with Pimp C, the clean and dirty version. I got in a bad situation and he passed away, and we couldn’t release the song it was a tragic year in 2007.
Tiara – Who inspired you growing up?
Don Fetti – My mother and uncle had a massive record collection; they would play music all day and night. As I got older, I started listening to LL Cool J, Tupac, Biggie, Master P, and so many other genres of music.
Tiara – Who would you want to collaborate with on song?
Don Fetti – I would collaborate with Drake, NBA Young Boy, and Lil Baby.
Tiara – Are you signed to a label?
Don Fetti –My Team and I is focusing on Indie Touring and creating a demand.
Tiara – How do you feel about the music industry now?
Don Fetti – I feel like its coming back to the good essence of music, artists are making songs that people can relate to.
Tiara – What keeps you motivated?
Don Fetti – My kids, I love everything about music and the way it’s put together. I also work in Real Estate, and I own a few houses. It’s not just about the music it is about leaving a legacy for your family. While I was incarcerated, I wasn’t watching reality shows and wasting time. I educated myself by taking college courses, I wrote 2 books, and I always stayed on top of new technology.