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About Willie P.

Wendell, NC

Willie P was born William A. Pearsall on february 20 1988. All his life he loved music, all kinds. His mom grew up on southern rock but by the time willie was around it was country music. "i like to think ima old soul, i love all music, from 50s doo wop to todays music. i love soul music like Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Al Greene, The Fourtops, Smokey Robinson, every thing else in between that. If music has meaning to it, ima listen. Thats what i write, meaningful music. sure, some of the things i write about doesnt depict me to a T, but thats how i felt at the time. I express my emotions on paper, wether its hate, love, or just haveing fun and playing around. I write how i feel." Willie dident have a real hard life, but it wasent an easy one. His dad was there for most of it, but he wasent really a good father figure. "My dad left when i was 13, and i aint seen or spoke to him since. Its always been me, my mom, and my sister, and thats all i need. After my dad left is when things got hard, we couldent pay the bills so they took our house, i dont know how many times we moved since 2001." Willie first got into rap when his sister bought a 2pac album. "That was the most poetic, meaningful, heart felt and inspirational music i ever heard." From that point on Willie wanted to rap, thats all he listened to. "My grandma couldent stand it when i would play Notorious B.I.G., Bone Thugs-N-harmony, The Lox; she hated it all." But willie loved it, and here he is today.

Before United Noyz Enterprise, Willie recorded his songs with an instrumental disc, a mic, a cassete tape deck and a stero. It was terrible quality and none of ever got released. In the summer of 2006 is when Willie met Major Carter. "I knew Carter from middle school, we had math class together. We were cool with each other but we didnt really chill like that. I knew he liked music and played around with it but i didnt know he would get to where he's at now." In March of 2008 Major Carter had a birthday party, everybody was there including UNE members of that time. "That was the first time i really chilled with Carter. I saw the studio, heard some music and got to know the UNE krew." From that point it was Willie P. and Major Carter. Best friends and business partners. Working as somewhat of a mentor, Major Carter taught Willie alot about music, more than he thought he'd ever know. "I knew music; I had taken chours class in school and my Grandma played piano and guitar, so i knew music." But Carter taught him everything he needed to know about hip-hop. "I love hip-hop. Not just the music but the culture. I love the meaning of hip-hop and everything it stands for. There wasent much he could teach me about that lol, but he taught me beats; he taught me how to enhance my flow, and make my lyrics better but at the same time to keep my own style and how to find my style for that matter. He really was like a mentor."

And that is what got Willie on his first UNE song. "I was chillin with Carter one day-I think it was May-and he said Ty was comin over to put a verse down. I was like who is Ty? He said Ty Harriz an artist from Mindstate records. So i was like aight, ill sit back and check out the process. So Ty came over and this is the first time im meeting him and he is crazy lol. Very energetic, and bouncy lol. So Carter plays the beat. It's a Mr. Masterpiece beat. Carter already had his verse on it and Ty was writing to it, and Carter was like it's got a third verse and asked if i wanted to get on it. I was excited, but i kept it humble lol, i told him id see what i could do. When i was done i spit the verse and they loved it." The song was "Dick In a Dancer" Remix. It was Willie's first UNE song and a big hit in the community. From that point on, he was an official member of UNE.

Willie is still a member of UNE and plans to be so for a long time. But within that he has created his own enterprise called Panther Style Productions. "My house is UNE studio number 5, but at the same time it's PSP's main studio. I make music there, music videos and movies. Im trying to do it big, and take over the industry lol." And he is working hard to do so. UNE along with the members (Major Carter, Willie P., D. Gutta, D-Body, Ty Harriz, MKS, Big Wolf, Deuce, and Reco Live) are up and coming an coming up, so dont sleep on them, keep your eyes wide open or you'll miss something great. ^^^^UNE^^^^


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