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Exclusive Interview With Lil Face The CEO of Idolizedproductions


Lil face started out on this page as a producer pushing her beats. Over the last 2 years, She has been working hands-on with an artist, this inspired her to open a productions company. She was able to land 3 major label distribution deals one with the orchard, Vydia, and Empire where all of her artist receive a distribution from.
We had the chance to interview Lil Face via Instagram to talk more about her music career, musical influences, and challenges faced while growing up in the music industry.

Hello Lil Face, Thanks for coming to Honk Magazine to talk about your career.

Tell us a little more about when you first got into music?

Lil face – I first got into music at 11 while in school I played the piano, drums, and guitar before advancing to brass instruments like the tuba, trumpet, and trombone for the remainder of my grade school years. I have family members who introduced me to the digital side of music. DJing to produce beats.

What quote or mantra do you live by?

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Lil face – It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog

What is your hobby outside of music?

Lil face – Being outside in nature is one of my favorite things to do, lakes, cliffs, woods. I have a love for it all.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Lil face – In five years I see myself advancing In the music industry to the point where artists know you can work with my label on your terms to get to the next level of the music business.

What are your “5 things I wish someone told me when I first started” and why. Please share a story or example for each.

Lil face:

1. Watch out for people that only want to work with you for a percentage. Being part of the LGBT community I’ve seen a lot of people try to attach themselves to me to make money inside of that community

2. Build partnerships with the genuine people you meet in the industry. The industry is small and you’ll always need something 

3. Don’t give more than you’re willing. Some people force themselves to go completely out of the box stay true to yourself and you’ll find that there are others that are just like you

4. Never stop working no matter what obstacles get in the way. When they say there will be things sent to break you don’t take it lightly take them head-on

5. Take a break if you don’t feel the love for what you do. Sometimes business can get in the way of the fun make sure no one else can take the fun out for you

Which tips would you recommend to your colleagues in your industry to help them to thrive and not “burn out”?

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Lil face – Self-care is the biggest defense against burnout. Once you let yourself go you give a chance for everything you love to go with it. Like I said before a break is always going to be needed for everyone in any field. If you can come back with a fresh mind you’re able to keep growing. 

Do you have anything new or upcoming we can expect to see from you?

Lil face –  In March we will be launching a marketing campaign for the company to shed light on the brand and individual brands of the artist and sub-labels that we work with. There will also be a collective album of songs all produced by me (Prodby.lilface) in the upcoming 2022 year.

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Grace Walker is the founder of PlexFeed and the official Interviewer of Honk Magazine. She shares stories of inspiring entrepreneurs from all around the world and tips to create a better life & business.

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