Black History Month: Enter the Zone With Ameer Vincent - Page 2
Ameer has a thriving following on his internet site as well as on Facebook and Twitter.
“It’s a blessing. Not only am I a college student at Fordham University, I’m an artist.”
The young artist consistently pays homage to God and those who helped him and never forgets where he came from. That is truly a commendable trait.
“My brother Success Jae, Danny G, my friend Junior, a few other guys and the producers helped put everything together and we kind of attacked the internet.”
Attacked seems to be an understatement, just Google Ameer Vincent’s name and the point being made will be clearer. He is quickly establishing himself as an important artist.
Ameer has worked alongside some of hip-hops legendary artists and producers, such as Ice-T, Mike G, AZ, CL Smooth and others to name a few. On the production side of things, he has also worked with music provided by Rsonist of the (Heatmakerz), Eddie F, Baby Paul, Dr. Dre, Chad ”Dr. Seuss” Elliot, Eboniks, Lady&Tramp, Buckwild, Nottz, S-1, Ty Fyffe, Todd Jerry, Shy Boogs, Danny G, Sinque and more.
He recently put out a project titled “Only Built for Digital Links” which has gained a broad range of attention from some likes of VEVO, Running Russell Simmons and MTV Mixtape Daily to name a few.
“Where ever you catch a fever, you got to keep feeding that fire. There is no right or wrong formula. You have to know what to do and when to go. I can’t tell you the formula to success, there is no formula to success. If there was a formula, then everyone would be rich. There would be no A, B, C, that goes to D in the equation. You just have to keep rockin.”
Ameer recalls some inspiring words of wisdom.
“My grandfather told before he passed, people never make it because they always quit before their time. So if you’re going to start something and then quit before your time, then that means you’ll never know if you were going to make it or not.”
Let that be a message to everyone. It doesn’t always happen in the time that we might want it to.Continued on the next page