Scott Morris is a young entertainer/host on the rise from Canarsie, Brooklyn. He hosts the popular “Deans List Tour”‘s, he was featured on Mtv’s “True Life” and Channel 1 news, and he supports majority of NYC’s up and coming music acts. He is the current winner of the “AllStarMusic” awards 2013 Promoter Of The Year presented by Xtreme104fm, and he is currently an event planner and radio host with UGX Radio on Xtreme104fm. He has hosted and directed events such as fashion shows, talent shows, and many more. Born Nigel Guscott, his eyes and goals were always entertainment oriented, and with his rapid progress and daily grind, we see his dreams coming true more than ever.
Check out my interview with Scott below!
Wishing you the best,
Relevancy is always important in the entertainment business. But I think being organic is also one of those ways to maintain relevancy. I have a lot of things up my sleeve that I am currently working on and can’t wait to release [laughs]. But just making the connection with my audience through music, and business adventures in the near future. It’s about what how much are you willing to invest. What sacrifices are being made to keep your audience loyal to you.
*What would you consider to be your “dream job”? (Who/what company would you want to work for)*
I think I had several dream jobs [Laughs]. Although they may have been minor, the experiences are something you can never regret. One of my many dream jobs was to work in a retail department store such as H&M for discounts [Laughs]. But In this current state of my life, I believe I am in the beginning stages of my dream job. I want to own my own business and want to be able to hire people, and provide them with opportunities. I believe “The Deans List”, “NoBoysAllowed” and a few other projects I am currently working on can help many in the future for job opportunities, internships, etc. I think the possibilities are endless but, if I had to work for someone as an intern it would be Roc Nation or Def Jam just to be hands on and for the experience.
*Is your family supportive of your career? Does the opinions of your family and friends have any effect on how you carry yourself?*