We had the good fortune of connecting with Kha’zi Spady and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Kha’zi, can you tell us more about your background and the role it’s played in shaping who you are today?
I am from Trenton NJ a small town not very known for anything good. Many people have talents that go unnoticed because of the small recognition we get. My upbringing impacted who I am today because I went thru trauma early on losing many friends to the streets at a early age. Many of the friends I’ve lost where the main ones who inspired me to start doing what I do.
Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
I am a music artist who has my own style and is very versatile and unique when creating. I got where I am today by just keeping faith and going strong for my friends who passed. I have many family members and friends who passed away but were the main supporters and main ones guiding me and keeping me focused. Times have not been easy because no matter how much I want to give up something is telling me keep going for them. I have learned that if it’s something keeping you and your loved ones focused and out of the way of anything that can put you in danger or trouble then go all out and focus on that because one mistake can be a life or death mistake.
Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
In my shoutout I would personally want to send a big shoutout to my father “goldfingaz” and one of my friends who passed Gio aka “big tblock”. These two are the reason I still have the strength to rap and go on with my career. My father is a big inspiration because he was once signed to rappers “CNN” Capone-N-Nore. He has a riaa gold plaque under his belt and what can be more inspiration to a rapper that’s from a place where no one at all has a gold plaque just hanging. My friend gio is inspiration because I made my first song as a real rapper with him. We made a remix record that made our names big in our city and local areas “party”. He passed away from being shot in a laundromat September of 2020.