I am an extreme extrovert, who loves interacting with people and connecting with them on a personal level. My favorite types of content are storytelling, motivational, and informative. I am not a big news person, I am a believer in learning about new things helps stimulate the mind. I do love entertainment media, but I am not into gossip unless it is humorous. Anime and TV shows are my version of sunday night football. I am not into sports at all but I respect those who are. If I am not talking im probably coming up with the best tv series, comedic skit, or podcast idea in my head.My hobbies include listening to music, watching anime and tv, podcasting, writing, storytelling, Essentially everything I do as a career. However, I enjoy experiencing brand new things, I am up for giving anything and everything a shot, like going to new restaurants, lakes, concerts, creative shows like poetry readings, fire spinners etc. I wish I can experience something new like that everyday. My favorite conversations are ones about the individual I am talking to, I got into radio because it gives me an excuse to ask bands and artist personal questions about their lives. I am very spontaneous and will reference vines, old tv shows, and sitcoms at random even though I know nobody has ever seen them.



It was a long year without MKTO. I was bumping their music for the past 4 years and I am honored to have had this opportunity to interview them and ask them your questions! 

The music video for their newest track "How Can I Forget:" Is right here! 

They have a remix to their new track coming November 9th, they previewed it on their Instagram and Twitter. 

MKTO Biography via: Spotify 

"When the multiplatinum duo of Malcolm Kelley and Tony Oller get together, they blur the lines between pop and R&B with timeless charisma, effusive confidence, and an enviable level of swagger. Returning from a two-year hiatus in 2018, the duo flip the script once again.

MKTO certainly gave audiences a worthwhile reason to wait. After becoming best friends on the set of Gigantic, the pair initially took pop by storm in 2014. Their breakout single “Classic” cracked the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, earned a double-platinum plaque from the RIAA, and transformed into a worldwide sensation with platinum and gold certifications in Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, United Kingdom, and Denmark. Meanwhile, MKTO’s self-titled full-length debut yielded other favorites such as “Thank You,” “God Only Knows,” and “American Dream.”

Following this whirlwind, 2016 saw them commence a much-needed break. Heading home, Tony spent quality time back in Houston with his family as Malcolm joined the cast of the critically acclaimed Detroit from Academy® Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow. In early 2018, the guys hit the studio again with longtime collaborators Emanuel “Eman” Kiriakou [Selena Gomez, Ne-Yo] and Evan “Kidd” Bogart [Beyonce, Rihanna], who co-wrote and produced all of the previous MKTO releases and will once again be at the helm of the new project being released through their label Crooked Paintings, distributed through BMG. Stay tuned for new music coming SOON."

Be on the look out for more interviews in the near future! - Kadrae 

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