For about as long as there has been popular music, there have been songs about almost everything. From Frank Sinatra to Otis Redding, Kate Bush to Black Flag, Bob Dylan to Johnny Cash, Pop/Rock, Rap and Jazz has been the topic of songs from some of the most famous singers in American music history. Most recently, Jason Fernandez added his own very good entry to Rap canon with a single titled, simply, “En La Casa“, which can be translated to “home”. Jason Fernandez is a trending personality who has appeared on different popular TV- Shows and Events worldwide.
Jason Fernandez was originally born in Honduras but he also has a family background in the Philippines which is the second language that he is singing on. He recently began with a mix of English and Spanish rap and concluded this by releasing his new premium song “En La Casa”.
Our audience loves to hear about new artists and creative entrepreneurs which are creating a difference. Your profile speaks volumes of the outstanding music that you have created and you are also founder of a social network. Tell us a bit more what you do.
This interview has been lightly edited and condensed for clarity.
Thrive Global: Hey, Jason and thank you for joining us! By way of introduction, can you tell our readers a little more about yourself?
I am an unique artist because I have made songs in different languages rap and many other categories and I feel that an exeperienced singer should always know how to . I have been on a lot of television singing competitions
I am also the founder of ViralAudience, where people grow their pages organically and getting more reach. Our past clients have been: Snoop Dogg, Trina, Soulja Boy and many other successful artists.
Thrive Global: You are also known to be the CEO and founder of “ViralAudience” – What are the intangible qualities a successful entrepreneur needs to develop?
A burning desire for a definite goal, the ability to look dead into the eye and lean into it, and the resolve to let no discouraging, negative, or horror born impulse stray you from your path.
Thrive Global: What is the hardest part of being independent? How do you overcome that?
Knowing that you have nothing to fall back on and that the buck stops with you. I have only been able to overcome that difficulty by developing the self-confidence and self-assurance that I had the intellectual capabilities to turn continuously invent value out of thin air and then create systems- such as the growth plans I sell in marketing- to materialize that value in real life to clients and without risk.