Robert Charlot of Nu Vice has been there. He hits the snooze button on the alarm too many times to count because he just doesn’t feel like doing Compas music for another year. Charlot has no qualms updating his resume and keeping an eye for other more lucrative genre. The musician moved to New Jersey several months ago and has been busy producing young American artists. “This new experience gives me a sense of my marketability and helps me feel in control of my talent one more time,” he said to Showbiz. Charlot seems to have changed music gear and philosophy, and is quite comfortable with this change. Going to New Jersey makes it easy for him to take his projects from the idea stage all the way to the American market. The musician has found whatever he needs for his production available, including many talented artists that could easily make it to the top.
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