Administered by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta
PRODUCED BY: TODD UNO , CHINO DOLLAR & YUNG JOC
REVISED PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
Production Day 1
Q1: How has growing up in Atlanta affected you and the path you’ve taken in life?
Q2: Growing up who was your mentor? And what was the best advice they gave you?
Q3: How did your mentor influence you to make music?
Q4: What does having an opportunity to impact the growth, development, and
exposure of College Park’s youth mean to you?
Q1: How and When did you discover your talent of artistry?
Q2: Looking back at your early days of making music, do you feel you had a positive
influence on Atlanta youth? How so?
Q3: In transition from rapper to radio personality, how do you feel your influence has shifted in the community and Atlanta’s youth?
RADIO STATION 94.5
Q1: What about your artistry changed when going from rapper to radio personality?
Q2: Being a legendary and veteran artist and entertainer, what advice would you give to
young artist about being an influence on today’s youth and mentorship?
Q3: Did being an artist and entrepreneur influence your view on mentorship? How?
BUSINESS (Salon, Boogalou, Venue)
Q1: What inspired your entrepreneurial endeavors?
Q2: What lessons did you learn as an artist that you apply in your businesses?
Q3: How can mentorships play an important role in becoming an entrepreneur?
Production Day 2
Q1: Why is mentorship important to you?
Q2: How do you feel your life might be different if you had a program like the Jasiel
Robinson Mentoring Program administered by BBBS as a young Atlanta youth?
Q3: What goals would you like to achieve through your mentoring program as you strive
to impact Metro Atlanta’s Southside Youth?
Production Day 3
BIG BROTHER BIG SISTER PICNIC