So many, many, many people have asked what an evening
with M.C. Too Tall is like. Happy to oblige, I will now volunteer and it goes something like this.
We are, of course
talking about when I get a show going. If you arrive in the building too late, you might not get close enough to shake
my hand because of the massive crowds who have spent good money to see me. Well appreciated but you don't have to shell
out to be wealthy to be my fan. If you don't buy my albums, it's okay... JUST FIND ME SOMEONE WHO WILL and we can still
be friends. I'm usually mingling through the crowd making sure they're paying attention to what's on stage. I'm usually approachable
but I hate when people try to draw me into a full length conversation while there's a band on stage. That's really
rude to do that. I try as early as possible to get everything set up early. I figure every performance isn't just
a gig. It's an opportunity to shock the crowd and shake them up. I bring an energy that at the moment I, myself can't
even fully describe but I get positive results and so it's part of a formula that I stick with. When I'm done, same story.
I like to breakdown my stuff with as little dialogue as possible. We'll walk outside if you wanna talk. Most of
the people on the same bill with me are friends of mine and that's something to keep in mine when saying I'm "better"
than someone else on the bill. Lately with Scarlett DJing for me, things have improved. She's really good at controlling big
angry mobs of present and future violent criminals who want to get me in a headlock and pour pure vodka down my throat
with no ice. People mean well and the intentions are appreciated but I can only do what I can squeeze into my busy schedule.
Price of semi-fame, huh?
After the event itself is usually when I unwind and have my real fun. Then, while with my Scarlett,
of course, I enjoy the company of my most major of supporters and we'll chat it up about, of all things, M.C. Too Tall
stuff. Doing this stuff is my life. It is my voice, I need a platform from which to be heard and I'd go as far as to pull
a knife out on anyone who tries to stop me from getting out my all important messages through my music. I will always find
places to gig at and if not, I'll just do it in the street. Can't stress enough how I appreciate the fans and the growing
support. Keep it coming.
I'm M.C. Too Tall