Up & Coming w/ Reace Yung [July 2019]

Hello! Thanks again for vising my blog. Before July wraps up there is something new with Mother Muva that I want to introduce to you. Up & Coming will be a feature on Mother Muva once a month. Up & Coming is for anyone who chose to chase their dreams. There are a lot of new small business launching, new music, and etc. I want to provide the chance for those individuals to share their story. 

July's up coming will feature a rap artist straight from my home state of Missouri, Reace Yung!

QUESTION: Where are you from & where are you currently located? How has it impacted you as an artist

ANSWER: I’m from Northside St.Louis,Mo and I currently live in Mid-Missouri and it has impacted my career in a good way because I’m the only artist actually moving and creating a hiphop music scene that is seeing real results and making small goals possible.

QUESTION: How old were you when you knew you wanted to rap and why?

ANSWER: I was 8 years old when I knew that I wanted to rap but I actually started in 1999 when I was 13 years old. 
1. No one made the music I wanted to hear and felt should be made givin how our city is.
2. I wanted to be monumental for my city so they can have something to follow and call our own.
3. I wanted to be the pinnacle of change for my whole state.

QUESTION: Who's currently on your team? 

ANSWER: Natasha Lady Ceo is currently my manager and my producers are Blackgrits, LBoogie, Jsonata and Shayne Thomas Byrne.

QUESTION: Who was your biggest influence growing up, and who is it now?

ANSWER: Kool G Rap and Biggie Smalls was my biggest influence growing up and Big Pun JayZ. My favorite rapper is Jay Z.

QUESTION: Do you have goals for your rap career? If so what are some of those goals?

ANSWER: My goal is to keep putting out billboard charting albums and get some Grammy's with all my producers. and invest and create my own network.

QUESTION: If you could have any artist on your next single, who would it be and why?

ANSWER: I would love to have Jay Z on a feature that would be huge for me and I always wondered what it would sound like.

QUESTION: How has social media affected your career? 

ANSWER: Social media and has affected my artist career in a very positive manor by allowing people from all over the world to connect with me and be exposed to my talent and it is continuously growing everyday.

QUESTION: Whats one thing that you want you're supporters to know?

ANSWER: One thing I want my supporters to really know about me is that I really would love to meet them all in person some day every last single one.

There it is y'all! I'm so happy I got to do this with Reace Yung. Thank you so much reading be sure to follow him below!
Facebook: REACEYUNG
Twitter: @REACEYUNG
Instagram: @reaceyung
Snapchat: @REACEYUNG

IF YOU WANT TO BE FEATURED ON UP & COMING 
SEND AN EMAIL TO mothermuva@gmail.com!

My Sons Dad & I Decided to be Co-Parents [The Break-Up]

(Our sons newborn photos)

My sons dad and I relationship started about 5 years ago, thanks to the wonderful world of Instagram. We started out long-distance but that distance quickly got shorter when he decided to move to my hometown to be with me. Our connection was strong in the beginning, we simply couldn't get enough of each other. I had finally found my first love! We experienced the same things most couples do with ups and downs but in the end of the day we still chose each other. As time passed we both started to evolve into different people and unfortunately it had a negative impact on our relationship. The only thing that worked for us was being our sons mommy & daddy and this is something we both agreed on.



It's been a little over 2 months since we broke up and decided just to be co-parents for our son. It was very hard for me to accept the fact my son was going to have a 2 household family but its better then the alternative of raising him in a toxic environment. After the break up it was clear that we will always have love for each other, we have a bond that only we understand, and I can't wait to build a friendship with him. We both wish nothing but happiness for each other.



For those who may be unfamiliar with the term co-parenting it's when 2 people share the responsibility of being a parent to a child without being in a relationship. My sons and dad and I plan to continue what we're already doing now, we will take our son out for fun, still go on our mini weekend getaways that we absolutely love, and most importantly put our son first. We hope our family and friends support us with this decision and to be understanding. This is far from ideal but this is whats best for us and our son. If you have any advice for us, be sure to leave a comment for us to read. Here's to yet another one of life's chapters!