We had the good fortune of connecting with Last Letter and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Last, what is the most important factor behind your success?
I’d say the most important thing about the brand is that it’s proven it’s longevity through, not just the apparel, but the entire mission and relevancy of the brand.
Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
Yeah so it definitely took years to craft and mold my voice how I’ve aimed to make happen, (still working on it, honestly). But it took years for me to get comfortable with my music and have full confidence in it. It for sure wasn’t easy, but that resilience in me is a mf. LOL I’ve learned way too many lessons to put into a box, but I will say if you truly believe in your vision even when everyone around you is skeptical, then it will come.
I want the world to know that the brand, “Eliminate All Troubles” isn’t just a brand of clothes to purchase, but it’s a mindset to plug into your mindset. To reach goals, you have to get over the obstacles aka eliminate all troubles. EAT
Let’s say your best friend was visiting the area and you wanted to show them the best time ever. Where would you take them? Give us a little itinerary – say it was a week long trip, where would you eat, drink, visit, hang out, etc.
Ironically, we’d have to EAT at some of the best spots throughout the week. I have different levels of places to take my people from out of town. Plus, living in Vegas, there’s so much to do throughout the day. We would have to touch the high roller at night so they can see the city when it’s lit up. One of the best views you’ll get besides google. LOL then walk the strip and make sure they catch the bellagio fountains if they haven’t already. See all the shops and all that. But most importantly, I gotta show them vegas off the strip. Locals don’t really like to hang out ON the strip if we don’t have to. Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
Oh without a doubt, I have to give my parents their credit, because it took years for them to believe in what I wanted to make happen and they’ve finally come around to see the vision. Not all the way just yet, but it’s a huge step. My homies who keep me going and we speak every other day just about moves, whats coming up in our plans that need to be executed, and just how we’re feeling in general. I have to credit them because they for sure play a huge part in my mental. That’s key.
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