Who Am I ?


December 2011

1: Who am I?

I am an intergalactic rock star traveler, traveling through space and time. I am here to champion a futuristic sound and vibe that’s positive, infectious, and real. I am a champion, I’m winning, a winner, I’m Charlie Sheen’s daddy!

2: What do you do and what project are you currently working on?

I do Joe Galaxy, know what I mean? I’m a Universal Artist, I’m a model, an actor, a producer, a rapper, a business man. Right now, I am focusing on making futuristic music and working on my debut album for early 2012! It’s hot! Each song on the album is coming out a banger so far; it’s a good vibe project. My label boss, Renegade Foxxx calls me the rabbit foot because I’m so lucky, I call it fortune. I am fortune’s fool in a dope way. You can listen to my hit single “Bankroll” on iTunes.

3: Where are you from and where are you going?

I am from outer space. The Central Universe. And yes, it feels like it all the time. I’m headed to the top to shine like the Sun its what I came here to do. The journey is fun and I just say enjoy the ride with mad appreciation, love, guts, and glory.

4: Who is your biggest hero?

I would say Julius Caesar or Genghis Khan because it’s all about total domination!

5: What book is your bible?

Well, I’m a bookworm so there are many books that I would recommend. Every now and then, I tweet my favorite book or the book that I am reading @JoeGalaxy1. But, you have to read mindset books: Think And Grow Rich, The Master Key System, Law of Success, just to name a few.

6: What are some things you love? And some things you hate?

I love love. I’m a sucker for love. You know that song by Tupac, “Do for Love”. I love hot, intelligent women, I love hot music, I love positive people, I love making and having stacks of money. I love this 3D life, this earthling experience, and this beautiful planet. Oh, and I love pizza. I don’t understand hate or hate anything.

7: What is your raison d’être?

My raison d’etre? Well, I had to look that up to be honest. But now that I know what it means, my reason for existing is to co-create this universal experience and have a blast experiencing it, in other words: rock out!

8: What is your favorite color?

Well, I am the Sun Star, so yellow is my favorite color. But I also like indigo and red.

9: Who is your favorite comic book superhero?

I used to like Superman and Aqua-Man, or Agua-Hombre if you are in Nicaragua.

10: What is your favorite NYC hot spot?

I’ve had a lot of fun in NYC and for some reason cannot remember where. But, I do remember laughing my ass off at the Comedy Cellar then freezing my ass off walking back to the subway. So my favorite NYC hot spot would be LIV in Miami baby!

11: What turns you on?

Victory, conquering the situation at hand, money-making opportunities, women who are beautiful inside and out, making music and pancakes.

12: What would the last question of this questionnaire be if you were the one asking?

If you could, what is the one thing you would change in the world to make it a better place for people to live?

Still Hustlin’/Sun Star Records artist Joe Galaxy is anything but your typical musician. The multi-hybrid rhymer showcases a futuristic sound that crosses genres and delivers music that appeals to fans of techno, pop, rock and hip-hop. Influenced by everyone from Beethoven to Nirvana and Led Zeppelin to Lil Wayne, Galaxy got his break after meeting Still Hustlin’ CEO and flagship artist Renegade Foxxx at a radio station. Foxxx, an innovative star in his own right, was immediately drawn to Galaxy’s magnetism and passion for music. The two quickly began collaborating on tracks, birthing the infectious dance club anthem “Crazy Sexy” and the motivational “Bankroll,” both of which will serve as the lead singles from Joe Galaxy’s upcoming debut album, due in early 2012.


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Questions by PMc Magazine

Edited by Meaghan Coffey

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Joe Galaxy, 2011, Photography Courtesy by Susan Blond, Inc.

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