We had the good fortune of connecting with Super Knockerz and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Super, what’s the most important lesson your business/career has taught you?
My career has taught me alot I learned alot from other producers as well .. I learned to never give up threw hard times keep going hard and never let the devil bring you down because you never know when it’s your time to shine that could be any day so I wanna tell other producers to never let up go hard and put in overtime because your blessings is around the corner

Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
I started making beats back in 2012 I was in the 10th grade at the time Attending wenonah high school at the time I wasn’t really good fr but i always knew what I wanted to do since a jit back it took me over 6 years to find my sound I had took a break during my 12 grade year to focus on graduteing High school I started back producer in 2017 and I was attending job corps in gasden Alabama I couldn’t never find my right sound so I thought about given again like 2 months of me being in job corps but my brother Griffpx would always come in My room
And hear my beats and he would tell
Me every day not young Cashe you hard don’t give up Keep going and see how far you could go with it and that’s exactly what I did. But it wasn’t easy so for the next 2 years I worked on finding my
Sound I ended up hearing about tle cinco I liked his beats and I started making beats similar to the beats he was useing I started uploading them to YouTube and was doing pretty good as of today I have over 1.7 million overall views I get up to 10-20k views a month on my beats that I uploaded to YouTube around 2020 was the year I took off and I had almost every local rapper from Birmingham rapping on my beats such as (Big yavo , Lil Heat , Tle Cinco ,luh soldier and Jay Diego) without them I wouldn’t even have a buzz I’m very proud of my self because I wasn’t nobody in 2017 now I got rappers all over the USA rapping on my beats that I ether sent of they got them from YouTube it wasn’t easy at all I just stop giving up I started going hard as I could now since
My son here I can’t give up he my motivation when I retire my making beats I want him to pick up where I left off at .. I’m still doing good each and everyday I found better ways of building my sound I have got 10x better my next step is to
Keep Pushing for that placement that’s gone change me and my family life forever

Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
I have alotta favs spots in Birmingham the first one would be sleek it’s a bar downtown they got good food and drinks and next door to sleek is T-bones they have the best philly cheese steak sandwich’s you could ever have And there authentic

The Shoutout series is all about recognizing that our success and where we are in life is at least somewhat thanks to the efforts, support, mentorship, love and encouragement of others. So is there someone that you want to dedicate your shoutout to?
I wanna give a big shoutout to my girlfriend (Whitney Foster) without her I wouldn’t be who I am today. We have our good days we have bad days but I’ll never let her go we been together for 2 years now and she’s a big blessing to me and she blessed me with my son Josiah Martez Hatcher .. everything I do I do it for them they both deserve the world so i go to work everyday day so I can make sure my lil family forever straight

Website: Nocktohard.com

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