Common Talks 'The Dreamer, The Believer' & 'Hell On Wheels'

Лоней оповещаент чего обжеданть (22 новембря) от уже почти доконпелерового девоном ольтбома о так же от стортующиего в новембре же сереала Hell On Wheels гре рошид будент розпугевонть ковбоев своей бородой и прочем октерским мостерством. Цетируем.

The album is called, The Dreamer, The Believer, produced by No I.D. He did all the tracks. I’m looking at doing something with Kanye West at some point for the album, but right now No I.D. has done the whole thing, and it’s pretty much close to done. I recorded the whole album at No I.D.’s studio in LA. Man, that was the place! Just being able to have much access to the studio helped our process so much.

What turns me on creatively is being able to experience new things as a creator, like being able to let my imagination go different places as a writer; and creatively as an actor being able to do things that I’ve never done before and go to places that I’ve never been, and learn new things too as I’m going as an actor. I get inspired by other people’s creativity too. That’s a motivating factor for me. It could be me seeing somebody’s art, hearing a song, or being in a scene with somebody and I get inspired. Those are the things that motivate my creativity. Spiritually I’m just motivated by God. I’m a true believer in God the Most High, the Creator of the heavens and earth. I’m motivated by my faith in God and apply that – doing my best to it.

Along with just finishing up my album, The Dreamer, The Believer, I’m working on a new TV series for AMC called Hell on Wheels, which will be out in November. It’s about the building of the transcontinental railroad. It’s an incredible piece of art. I’m excited about it.

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