“I actually did business illegally the whole time I was there.”
In part 2 of my interview with Hip Hop artist Jonny Freesh, we go into more detail about the raw food business he bought, grew, and then sold in Ubud, Bali.
“And really … I didn’t know shit about raw food.” – Jonny Freesh
He also talks about why doing a physical business, and not a digital one, can be tricky in Indonesia and why he feels Ubud has become a digital nomad hub.
“It’s just full of expats now that are driving this like innovation of business.” – Jonny Freesh
We then discuss his transition of moving to Australia to pursue his true passion as a hip hop artist.
“It’s quite different from your average hip hop. Both in terms of style and content.” – Jonny Freesh
Lastly we talk about how he sees the future playing out for him and his advice for others looking to chase a new career they’re passionate about.
“People have this end of the world mentality […] and it’s just not true.” – Jonny Freesh
Check out Jonny’s music video for Feel the Bern below.
Hear the bonus audio clip mentioned in today’s episode by clicking below.
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To learn more about Jonny (or to see more of his music videos), check out his website.
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Music Credit: Drops of H2O ( The Filtered Water Treatment ) by J.Lang (c) 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://ccmixter.org/files/djlang59/37792 Ft: Airtone