Rueben Wood is a TV Personality, entrepreneur, DJ, music producer, and media consultant from Georgia. Rueben Wood hosts SOM Talk Live, an Entertainment and Talk show on Noire TV Networks.
In this Atlanta, GA-based talk show, he carries out entertainment and business talks. He has motivated and mentored many individuals in the music, business, and entertainment niches. He has good experience in helping people establish their brands without investing much effort or time. Rueben Wood mentors and motivates people to help them witness immense growth and retain control in their ventures. SOM Talk Live is an entertainment talk show which focuses on a variety of topics. Know for asking the right questions and having memorable moments on screen, Rueben Wood took his web-based show nationwide.
Check out our recent interview with Rueben…
Bridge: Describe your sound…
RW: I’m an electronic and hip-hop music producer. I started producing music at the age of 17. Early on my passion for music was driven by inspiration from relatives and film scores.
Bridge: How long have you been making music?
RW: I’ve been making music for over 10 years and became a music executive and marketing specialist in 2014.
What first inspired you to go into music?
RW: Really just the love and passion for music and the feeling that it gives. Over the years I think I’ve been behind enough records to know which one is a hit or which one is going to do good elsewhere. I think even in a world full of yes men there are still people who will tell you the truth about your music and how it sounds.
Bridge: What do you want listeners to get out of your music?
RW: Honestly if I’m actually producing the record I want them to go on a journey in their minds. Theres no point in listening to music unless it evokes some form of emotion out of you.
Bridge: Where do you find your inspiration?
RW: A lot of old school records, and melodies. For EDM I have to be put in that zone so I’m definitely listening to Daft Punk. But for R&B and Hip Hop I’m listening to The Isley Brothers, The Gap Band, George Clinton, etc., since it’s always so many samples for a lot of records or inspirations behind them.
Bridge: What projects are you currently working on?
RW: Mainly SOM Talk Live and working with some new acts and established on marketing them and doing some placements as well. Do you have any current releases? – My latest release would be a Theme song for popular clothing company “City Gear”.