Executive Interview with Paris Corleone

Paris Corleone

On October 8th 1997 in Maywood Illinois at Loyola hospital a young talented artist Paris Corleone was born. His parents were divorced and living separately in Maywood and Berwyn. To see both his parents, Paris Corleone was traveling a lot from just an early age. He travels to Berwyn to be with his mother on the weekdays and traveled back to Maywood to be with his dad on weekends.

He was an active child even when he was young. He loves watching and playing basketball. His favorite player was Dwyane Wade. Even though he was in sports, he also attended church events often. His Nana (His Mother) was a woman who was religious and goes to church. Due to his Nana, He took Bible studies, Sunday schools, and all types of church events. Nana was not only in the studies and lecture section. The Church choir was led by his mother, an amazing woman who has an angelic singing voice and who kept all of them in the church. This made Paris Corleone’s music journey started when he was just young. Not only did he participate in the church choirs but also played in his school band as a snare drummer /bass drummer, then he did some moving around in middle school and he went to Westmont jr High where he was in the school choir as well as in the basketball team.

Paris Corleone has never written lyrics until he was in his sophomore year of high school. He and his few friends from Proviso West high school would write some freestyle at home. Then around lunchtime in school, they rap their lyrics in the lunch cafeteria. At first, He only did it to this how things would go but it turned out to be something he is really good at. After doing it just for fun for a moment, His Homie asked him if he would join on his song “Letchu Know”. That is when things got serious, he used to be called Opp Paris at the time.

Paris Corleone’s Music Genre and Style are not similar to other artists and have a unique style. It can’t be classified into one category because he has many flows and song topics. He and His Friends just remixed FnF (let’s go freestyle). He gets 100+ views a day when he releases a video on his YouTube even though it is little. It is a motivating and cool thing for an upcoming artist. This made him believe the traction is building well. We can also see that he is growing fast and his fans proved it.

Executive Interview with Paris Corleone

  • How long has music been a part of your life?

Music has been a part of my life since I was in the womb my family is just musically inclined and I only really noticed when I begin to pursue it myself.

  • If it wasn’t for music, where would you be now?

If it wasn’t for music I’d probably be doing something different that’s creative I say that because my mind is always wanting to create or do something productive.

  • How did you come to realize that music was the way forward for you?

I realized music was for me when I heard my voice on the mic I like how I sounded so I went for it.

  • If you had to sacrifice one skill, which would you least like to let go, and why?

If I had to sacrifice one skill the least I would want to lose is probably my charm. That’s a skill a lot don’t have and I cherish this gift of gab

  • In what way do you aim to make a difference?

I plan on changing the world lol I’m Paris Corleone but I think I’m Jesus honestly.

  • Who’s your fashion icon, and why?

My fashion icon is anything that looks good I also like wearing my merch over at ParisCorleone.com

  • What’s the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

I got a few misdemeanors younger for doing kid stuff but never anything major may be getting caught up with my girlfriend and my side was troubling

  • Where is your career heading? What’s the vision?

Top charts number 1 pick me and my family made it Opp Ent Pressure gang.

  • How would you describe your style of music?

I am versatile I have no specific style in my opinion whatever bear plays I will flow.

  • How do you put words to paper? What’s your creative process like?

How do I get words to paper I listen to the beat then I listen to the ghostwriter in my mind and we create heat.

  • When it comes to performing, what’s your style?

Performing honestly I’m working on being a better one because “His palms are sweaty” yea y’all know the rest I’m getting there tho.

  • If you could perform anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

If I could perform anywhere it would be somewhere that can hold 1 million people.

  • What’s your favorite project so far, and why?

My fav project out right now is Don Musiq and Don Musiq deluxe 6 songs hardest out. Listen to these 6 songs the flavor is soo spicy you all might not be able to handle that.

  • How do you see your sound evolving in the next couple of years?

It’s not something I see my sound just evolves maybe the more I love the music I create. the more it grows and gets better.