KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouriar -- Cleveland University Entertainment Daily's Dave K. interviews Lanardo Myrick Sr aka Producer 9-0 of KLM Enterprises Services LLC at famed Lyceum building at the University of Ole Miss on a summer day in June 2022.

As I saw him drive up in a beautiful ALL Black edition of the Volkswagen Atlas RLine, I was actually confused about what I assumed about Producer 9-0. He approached me with no swag or street entourage. He spoke with the Kansas City accent hidden behind his Mississippi roots. We exchanged pleasantries and the interview began. Before I began, I was looking at this underrated and underappreciated music genius. I have interviewed quite a few up and coming artists but none as left behind like Producer 9-0. First, he has won Producer of the Year in Kansas City twice. Wrote poetry. Wrote several screenplays. Created several companies. Went gold twice. Partnered with many indie artists and companies. Created a industry changing digital distribution platform. And, my research showed He had the typical southern African-American bad start laced with racism, bouts with an unfair criminal justice system and military service. His plan Joe looks had me ready to ask questions. He sat down and took in the scenery.

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Producer 9-0: "I really love Ole Miss. I can feel greatness and peace here. I do have a few sad memories but many positive ones. Shout out to the retired Dr. Donald Cole and his wife Mrs. Marcia of the University of Mississippi. He retired a while back. Great guy and his wife is a beautiful soul. Just love this place and the people. Anyway, let's talk."

Dave: "Great to finally meet you. I have read about your music on the internet. You have been getting alot done Mr. Myrick. Is that OK to call you that? "

Producer 9-0: "No problem. I have been called worse. That or 9-0"

Dave:  "ok. My first question is simple. How did the journey with music start?"

Producer 9-0: "Easy. Mr. Jackson at Threadgill Elementary in Greenwood, Ms. Yes. Had me on that Alto saxophone. Learned alot about music and hearing the melody of music. That just was my foundation and I was always close to creating or listening to music. Just was around music no matter the genre. Fun thing...never took it serious until I met Dj King Assassin via his 98.2 The Beat radio station. Learn  the levels in music and really wanted to create hip-hop on purpose."

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Source: Cleveland Univ Entertainment Daily

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