Interview with Fellon Phelps (@fellonphelps216)
Thank you so much for joining us! Can you tell us a story about what brought you to this specific career path?
Born to James and Cynthia Farmer, Fellon Phelps was born. Jonel Farmer was raised in the Glenville neighborhood in the same hood as Bone Thugs n Harmony and Steve Harvey African American male Hip-Hop recording artist. Fellon Phelps is from Cleveland Ohio and since his professional music career started in 2016 he has dropped Snapchat, Lebron James, and King of Ohio PT 1 in 2017, Hollywood, and 36 in 2018, We Not Cool, Whatever, and Gmail in 2019, and Already in 2020. Fellon Phelps released King of Ohio PT 2, Another Dead Opp, Downfall Mixtape, A Party, I Lick It, Ghetto Stallions, Bodies, African American Breed, Green Cross, Got Doe Live, The Legend of F.P, Cop killer, and Dead Homies, on May-19-2020 Malcolm X birthday Last Reigning Kingdom E.P on May 31, 2020, which is Fellon Phelps actual birthday and most of these projects came out all within the first 6 months of 2020 alone making his Portfolio strong and it’s all available on all major music platforms like his latest 4 singles D.G.A.F and I Did It produced by talented beat producer Corleone out of Cleveland Ohio America, and On The West, Amerikkka, and Blow produced by The Thrillz out of London England the United Kingdom which makes it a total of 31 different Projects made by Fellon Phelps that is 14 singles and 8 full albums over 62 new songs. Now he is back stronger than ever January-1-2021 with 3 new singles with that Traditional/Gangster/Drill/Trap Hip-Hop in song Comfortable and Its Your Life, and The Ohio Show both New Age Electronic Dance Music songs as he crosses over to expand his career, and reach more fans in the White, Latino, Asian, Indian, and Black communities worldwide plus unreleased song Hangover coming 1-1-2022 around NBA all-star weekend in Cleveland Ohio. Fellon Phelps performed over 25 times at multiple venues. Fellon released a bonus song for fans in March called Only Boss Moves the actual name of a record label Keedoe and him own and started together an idea Wild Child recording artist Keedoe created before they linked up. Phelps writes his own song lyrics and has bought exclusive rights to every beat he has ever recorded. Fellon Phelps has proved he is the most consistent hardest working songwriter and performer of all time, and we don’t see any competition for him. He is the new savior of Rap music something the culture desperately needed and when asked he stated it’s about telling his story. His latest releases are Hangover, The Christmas Album with 17 songs, DGAF first single off it, and Big Steppa released on a partnership with Harlem rapper/mogul Cam’ron new record label Flee’ Music Farms and former Interscope executive and United Masters owner Steve Stoute that is a street anthem classic song. Fellon Phelps is a member of the Naacp active community leader who cares about people and has helped over 3000 people in Cleveland Ohio alone start their own businesses bankrolling them himself teaching them marketing, promotion, and advertising plus cleaning their credit and helping them build both business and personal credit to be eligible for home and auto loans to keep life on track.
Can you share the most interesting story that happened to you since you started doing this?
I’ve been able to meet and hang out with A list celebrities, travel all through America, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia Africa, India, United Arab Emirates, and Canada, etc. it’s fun doing what you love and being able to get paid for it. You get comfortable relaxing in mansions, hotels with room service, Champagne, sexy women, fashion, and brand-new cars, and can’t forget the jewelry.
Which tips would you recommend to your colleagues in your industry to help them to thrive and not “burn out”?
Create a plan stick to it stay focused. Think positive but be aware of the possibility of bad things and bad people’s existence but don’t let the people who did you wrong make you not trust new people, they didn’t do anything to you so balance life and don’t stress out. Enjoy life, capitalize on great opportunities or life will pass you by make moves
None of us are able to achieve success without some help along the way. Is there a particular person who you are grateful towards who helped get you to where you are? Can you share a story?
My mother, father, brother, sister, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and mentors always supported me and did anything they could to help, and as far as major labels, support from Sony, Atlantic, Universal, or Live Nation, etc. I never had that’s why I’m working 20 times harder than a major label recording artist and I’m not spoiled with a machine behind me like them so I don’t have a choice, I have to depend on myself and make it happen out the mud.
How have you used your success to bring goodness to the world?
In Cleveland, Ohio, my hometown I give away coats and school supplies to students who need them and food for the homeless once a month, I’m an active member of the NAACP and on the board of elections.
Do you have a favorite “Life Lesson Quote”? Can you share a story of how that was relevant to you in your life?
No, I just got morals, loyalty, and honor, I respect myself and others, so I’m known all over the world as a good person. That’s the most kind of people you will attract. I’m humble but confident. I do music to tell myself and others’ stories who are either dead or in jail and to provide for me and my family and friends nothing more nothing less.
How can our readers follow you on social media?
Fellon Phelps Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, TikTok, and Triller is Fellonphelps216 all the same on all social media platforms so fans can find me easily.