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Published on June 15th, 2020 | by Marilyn Reles

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Canadian Hip Hop Artist Mace Milly To Release New Music in 2020

Canadian musician and songwriter Mason Donald Pomeroy Baker aka Mace Milly plans to release his next EP “Cherish the Moments” in the second half of 2020. Having toured with Akon, WU-TANG and several other household names, Mace Milly has been coined “Canada’s Next Big Industry Name”. His interviews with Hollywood Weekly and Hollywood Unlocked have been paired with legends like Kobe Bryant, Michael Jackson, etc. Ever since the release of his first single “Kush Apocalypse” in 2012, Mace has been setting the bar for talent and fans highly anticipate the new music that is to come! We sat down with Mace Milly to talk about his creative process, inspirations and biggest accomplishments to date.

Tell us a little bit about your upcoming project “Cherish The Moments”. What inspired the project and who was involved in the creative process?

“Cherish These Moments” is inspired by taking advantage of the time we’re given in life to make dreams become reality. With all the madness going in the world, this title chosen, now makes even more sense to me. The E.P is a track list mixed with hiphop and RnB. I wrote the whole e.p so far, my team has been by my side through out it as well to guide me in the right direction if needed.

How did growing up in Canada inspire or affect your music?

The Canadian music scene only has so many big industry names right now, being added to that list is a goal of mine. I confidently see it becoming reality.

What would you consider to be your biggest accomplishment in music?

My biggest accomplishment so far with music would probably be joining MGK’s tour and also Akon’s. Also, just building this whole thing from the ground up by myself.

What artists are you listening to right now?

Artists I listen to right now are; Future, Lil Baby, Polo G, Da Baby, Tory Lanez, Roddy Ricch and Drake.

How do you believe artists can give back to the community during this time?

Us artists can give back to the community by giving a help and hand whenever possible. By using our leadership as a voice, and most importantly by respecting one another.

Who are some of your biggest musical influences?

Lil Wayne, Drake & 50 Cent.

If you could change one thing about today’s music, what would it be?

I enjoy today’s music, some of the mumble rap is getting to be a little repetitive. Everybody wants to be an artist these days, so there’s nothing but music out there, there’s no shortage. Not all of it is great though. I’m a firm believer of quality over quantity.



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