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Boston's Own: OneShotAce

Consistency is strong among Boston native, OneShotAce. His versatility with hip-hop and drill is what keeps us all the more excited to listen to what he has in store. Grinding hours in the studio to put out quality music for his fans is what allows for him to have such a large catalog. From working with Millyz, Sheff G, Benny the Butcher, and Moneybagg Yo, Ace has everyone on their toes ready to see what he'll do next.


Boston Culture: Being from the Boston area, how has that influenced the music you are making now?


You know ain’t no love in the city so that just made me want to go harder with perfecting my craft and making quality songs.

Boston Culture: With your newest single, Racks, there is a Millyz feature, who is another artist from the area. How was it working with him? How did you two come to be?


Working with Millyz was dope he a cool person. Bro was just letting me know how this shit work and stay grinding stay consistent.

Boston Culture: How was filming the music video for Racks? What was your favorite part?


I mean, the whole video was lit. Everybody said the shower scene stood out the most tho but the whole video overall. already had the Racks record done and my management team herd it and said Millyz would be perfect for the feature so my team reached out to his team and sent the record he said it’s fire and locked in from there.




Boston Culture: You drop music very frequently. How long are you in the studio for? How do you keep motivated to keep creating music?


I try to get in the studio every day for about four to eight hours, knocking out as many records as i can. Everyday life keeps me motivated to grind harder and push me to be a better version of myself.


Boston Culture: Who are your musical influences? Do they appear in the music you make now?


My musical influences came from Lil Wayne, 50 cent, Dipset, The Lox, Beanie Sigel, and a few more.

Boston Culture: What has been your favorite part about your music career? Has it been stressful along the way?


My favorite part of my music career has been working with other talented artists and making connections with other people in the music industry. When you're working hard and passionate about your craft, it can get stressful at times when shit doesn't work out exactly as You want it to, but These are the steps you need to take to be great.


Boston Culture: Is there anything else you'd like to tell your fans? Let us know if you have anything coming up!


I wouldn’t say I like calling people that support me Fans; they’re my supporters. I have a video coming out on December 25, 2021 with Sheff G. I also have videos out already on my Youtube “OneShotace” you can go there and tune in to my music. 2022 will be a major year for me with a lot of music with some of your favorite artists, so get ready. This is only the beginning of FBL THE MOVEMENT.

Check out OneShotAce's Social Media:


Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oneshotace/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCip4MMsBGB_yZptKYlHvByA

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5dLugREMa8ZIrRvcGKCU2x?si=ysJWxMcAQUWTjVm5GYjxWQ

Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/oneshotace/1536709773

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