Industry Spotlight on Actor/Model DoeRayMe

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You can never stop a man who is determined to rise. DoeRayMe is that man. He has experienced much success in his career due to his will power and growth mindset. And guess what, he does not plan to stop anytime soon. DoeRayMe took his career into his own hands. With his intellect and ingenuity, he has manifested amazing opportunities. He took the time to speak with us at Rocky Mae Style to tell what keeps him motivated and share what’s next for him on the horizon.

Photos Courtesy of @DoeRayMe_ATL

RMS: How did you get your start as a model/actor?
DRM:  I got my start as a model/actor by working in the music industry as an intern and the company I was interning for just start having me work in front of the camera on projects instead of being behind the scenes. So, that’s where I got a lot of my experience and start.

RMS: What do you enjoy most about your work?
DRM: What I enjoy most about my work is being creative. I love to create and come up with ideas! I also enjoy seeing the outcome and results of what I composed and brought to life.

RMS: How would you describe your personal style?
DRM: My personal style shall be described as GQ. I like to go with the Miami Vice look at times, depending on my mood. I just like to look sharp in my own way and try not to follow trends. “You don’t have to be a part of a wave, when you provide the water.” -N.O.R.E

RMS: What do you like to do on your free time? Any other hobbies or hidden talents?
DRM:  I’m a big podcast guy! I enjoy listening to different podcasts. I think I listen to podcasts more than I watch television or listen to music. I enjoy listening to podcasts such as Brilliant Idiots, Dave Ramsey, Drink Champs, just to name a few. Hidden talents? I guess it’s not hidden anymore, but I actually enjoy listening to podcasts so much I joined one myself. I am a co-host on “Juicy Talk Radio” where I cover music, entertainment, and conduct interviews with special guest.

RMS: How would you describe yourself in 3 words?
– One of one.

RMS: What is the most important lesson you’ve learned from being in the entertainment industry?
DRM: The most important thing I learned about being in the entertainment industry is that you have to be consistent. You can’t put out work or a project and decide to put something out six months to a year later. You have to consistently put out material. You also have to network. The same effort you put sliding into a female DMs trying to holla, try sliding into someone DMs to collaborate with on a project.

RMS: What is something people would be surprised to learn about you?
DRM: I’m big on meditation. Lately, I have been meditating as part of my daily schedule. I have been experiencing tremendous benefits from it.

RMS: What keeps you motivated to reach your professional goals?
DRM: The thing that keeps me motivated to reach my professional goals is RESULTS. When I set a goal and then actually manifest it, that make me want to strive for MORE!

RMS: What is the best advice you ever received?
DRM: “Time, it waits for no one.” So, when I think of that advice It makes me want to put in the work and strive to accomplish all my goals. I’m competing with no one but time.

 

RMS: Do you have any upcoming projects?
DRM:  Yes, I working on another network television show. Similar to the show I was a part of on LifeTime: Married at First Sight Second Chance. I’m definitely shooting for more photo shoots, commercial bookings and creating more content as I go. Everything will be on my website coming soon.

RMS: Is there anything else you would like to share?
DRM: Make sure you all tune into @JuicyTalkRadio live every Sunday 4pm to 5pm EST, to hear my amazing team (Shanny D, Steph and Que) and I give our point of views on current events, topics, and interviews. Also, follow me on Instagram & Twitter as well @DoeRayMe_ATL for all my endeavors.

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