YDK asks: Rough Copy || Same Formula Video

Rough Copy shot to fame with their appearance on X Factor and did very well. They recently opened for Omarion at Musicalize, too. YDK got the chance to interview them and ask how they thought the performance went.


YDK: You killed your performance at Musicalize. How did you find opening up for Omarion in Camden?


Rough Copy: It was Immense. As supporters of B2K and especially Kaz being a Fan of both B2K and Omarion’s solo career it was an honour to grace the stage and support him. We felt like we made part of history.


YDK: Did you get to meet him? If so, what is he like? Did he give you any advice or say anything interesting?


Rough Copy: Yes we was able to to meet the man himself and we must say he is the most humble person you could meet, its funny because you have a perception of artists and when you finally meet them it could go two ways but for us it went the right way. 


YDK: Another group, Status were also performing at Musicalize. Do you feel like there was any competition or tension between the two of you?


Rough Copy: No competition at all we know the boys pretty well as we shared some of the x.factor journey with most of them. We are in two separate paths of music so no tension was or is present. 


YDK: How much of a boost did X Factor give you? Do you regret anything or wish you did anything differently?


Rough Copy: We don’t regret anything about being on the Xfactor apart from the whole losing a member drama, but on the flip side that made us stronger and more determined to prove our worth in the music / entertainment business. We made a lot of friends on stage and backstage, contestants and production crew, we would do it all again. X-Factor gave us a platform to be able to showcase our talent and show the world that RNB is still alive and getting more and more prominent in the music industry.


YDK: I’m sure the female fans would be very interested… are you all single?


Rough Copy: Yes apart from Kaz as he’s a family man.


YDK: What do you enjoy doing in your spare time?


Rough Copy: Perfecting our craft and spending time with our loved ones. 


YDK: What have been your biggest struggles in music so far?


Rough Copy: The biggest struggle in the music industry is not being able to make the music you love, music that got the attention from labels in the first place. We don’t believe in compromising your sound to sell records! If that was so, we would be lying to our fans and we like to keep it real. There’s not enough diversity in genres hence why we are fighting for the RNB cause; we call ourselves the #RNBAvengers

YDK: How would you describe your sound?


Rough Copy: Our sound is described as sweet but street. The sweet is the strong melodic soulful spine tingling vocals, the street is the edgier, gritty rough side of us and reminds us where we came from and how we started.


YDK: Lastly, YDK (Ya Don’t Know) is about educating people about things they “don’t know” whether music or otherwise. Do YOU know any interesting facts?


Rough Copy: The Music Industry is totally different to the Music Business.





Rough Copy’s upcoming single is called Same Formula and is available for preorder now on iTunes, available for download 3rd May. Catch the boys here:

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  • [Thought of the Week]

    "Maybe cheating in a relationship isn't the worst thing you could do, maybe it's just human nature?"

    Remember when you were a child, and your parents would tell you you're not allowed to eat sweets, or make a mess in your bedroom, and you'd do the complete opposite and crave it even more just because you're not allowed? Or if you're on a diet, you know you're not allowed cake or carbs, but simply because you know you're not allowed it, you want it even more? Well surely the same applies in relationships?
    Firstly, I want to start by saying we're not perfect, but perfection is something we should strive towards. Honesty is the best policy.
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    If YA DONT KNOW, ya do now ;)


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