Meet Alex Blashewski a 29-year-old from Lombard, Illinois.
“I work in finance and am a pretty even keel, relaxed kind of guy. I enjoy watching Neymar Jr play soccer. I also enjoy basketball, golf, and some football. I am currently doing the course work needed to obtain my CPA license so I can add accounting to list. Above all, I love to laugh, you can catch me laughing and smiling 95% of the time!”
What is the soundtrack to your life?
Objects in the Mirror - Mac Miller
Stir it up/ Is This Love/ Natty Dread/ High Tide or Low Tide - Bob Marley
Cupid - Sam Cooke
Use Me - Bill Withers
Whiskey, Beer, and Wine - Buddy Guy
Word up - Cameo
Don't Stop the Music - Yarbrough &Peoples
What is the most annoying song in the world?
Just about anything country or anything that's screaming at me for the full track.
What’s more important to you? Music; or Lyrics? Why?
Tough one, lyrics are very important. It is a way to deliver your message, however, if your lyrics do not sync with you song odds of the composition being effective in terms of delivering you a message or making a hit song seem slim. A great beat can occasionally cover up rough lyrics, but for me, I would just play the instrumental then. So, I think lyrics and music are of equal importance.
I can always listen to Bob Marley. However, as of late I have been listening to a lot of Ozuna, Cris Cab, Calboy, Drake, Craig David, Commodores, Ohio Players, Parliament, Wayne Wonder, Keith Sweat, Gwen Stefani, Tory Lanez, Katie Got Bandz, Sade, Flipp Dinero, Lil Wayne, Yella Beezy, Lil Baby, Migos, Bobby V., Michael Jackson, Rich the Kid, Chi-Lites, Buddy Guy, Gary Clarke Jr., Bootsy Collins, Cameo
Really, it is just about what mood I am in or what I am doing.
If you had the chance to interview an artist, who would it be? (Dead or alive)
Of course, I would say Bob Marley! Another artist I would like to interview would be Etta James or Mac Miller. I think it would be less like an interview and more of a chat, ask them about their younger days growing up and whatnot. History and seeing how things developed into what we see and hear today is interesting to me.