We had the good fortune of connecting with MoneySign Hines and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi MoneySign, what are you inspired by?
I am inspired by opportunity to tell my story and have people learn from my journey. I’m inspired by the fact that nobody has taken the path that I have in life and I am able to show others the beauty of being yourself. I’m inspired by the opportunity to motivate the world to be comfortable in their own skin. I’m inspired by the fact that nobody is putting Cerebral Palsy on the forefront the way I am and wanting to go down as a legend for being awareness to CP.
Can you open up a bit about your work and career? We’re big fans and we’d love for our community to learn more about your work.
What sets me apart from my peers is my ability to be vulnerable with my art. Tell my story embrace my journey and pain which is an essential part of my music. Connecting with others on a personal level. I’m most proud of my ability to connect with people across the globe. The opportunity to inspire somebody with Cerebral Palsy or somebody who knows someone living with Cerebral Palsy is an amazing feeling. I am not where I want to be professional we have so many people to reach so many more obstacles to overcome. The best thing for me to do is continue turning my pain into purpose and remain consistent in all facets of my artistry. I want the world to know that MoneySign Hines is always going to be himself and his moves will forever be purpose driven and based on his legacy he wants to leave.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
My parents deserve the first shoutout. They always pushed me to make something of myself and be some one. My parents encouraged me to lead by example and chase you dreams. A lot of my close friends people who I consider family continue to instill confidence in me and my vision
Advice, Pito Parker, and Richard Acevedo Jr.