Earlier today on CBS in the Morning, Otis Redding's hit song "Sitting on the dock of the Bay" was celebrated on the 45th anniversary in a documentary about his life and legacy. I am honored to have been able be a part of this. I got the call the day before I needed to be there and drove like a mad man lol. Otis has been a growing inspiration in my career over the last couple years and it's been fun learning more and more about him from his family. I've thanked the Redding family 89 times and will continue to do so. This is one of those things that I'll never forget. Thanks to Taylor for interviewing me and his kind words about my song Cherry Street as well. You can watch the documentary here.
A few months ago I went up to NYC to see YFame perform at the legendary BB Kings with Consequence. In an amazing turn of events that involved douchebag door guys, this cute blonde girl, (can't remember her name. Think she was an intern or something. She was kind of an asshole though) and NYC ATM's, I didn't get into the actual show. BUT, I have heard this "Howard Stern" song by Fame and it's dope. Here's some behind the scenes footage of the show and I make a cameo at the 1:27 mark. I realize now that my beard sometimes makes me look like a hobo and I'm ok with that.