How did you first become a recording artist?
When I was 14 years old a friend asked me to be a ghostwriter for his punk band. After he heard me sing my ideas to him he insisted that I become the lead singer. I was always into Hip Hop and after 2 years singing for a punk band I decided to do the music I like. So I started rapping!
Are there any artists or DJs you've been working with or would like to?
I've always loved working with all kinds of artists. Not only did I collaborate with Gina René who is present on the Step Up Soundtrack, but also with the - in Europe well-known - country singer Danny June Smith who has won almost every country award in Germany. But the person I work with the most is my producer K.B. Beats who knows exactly how to come up with the best beats for me.
What sets you apart from other artists?
It's not like "other artists" are all the same so I can't generalize it. But what makes me and my music special is that I love to try different flows and - of course - that I never rap in my native tongue.
part of a review from Italy - musicrev1ew. wordpress.com
"...Nel complesso siamo comunque davanti a un mixtape ben riuscito che non sto a recensire tutto per lasciarvi anche un po’ la voglia di gustarvelo e giudicarlo da voi, consiglio particolare attenzione sul lavoro fatto da Godhand Black e Three Words, sicuramente una spanna sopra il resto."
Senegal is interested in Three Words - dakarmusique.com
"...parce qu’ils dans une démarche innovante, ils apporteraient au monde de la musique un nouveau concept, en ceci, ils misent essentiellement sur les nouvelles technologies pour toucher plus de personnes."
Nigeria sees the success - abujavoice.com
"...This powerful inspirational song has received massive airplay in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Netherlands, Italy, South Africa, Senegal, Cameroon, Chad, Gabon, Haiti, Croatia, Bosnia, Hungary, Jamaica, Swaziland, Mauritius, Botswana, and many other nations."