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Daily Inspiration: Meet Evan “EasyMo” Moretti

Today we’d like to introduce you to Evan “EasyMo” Moretti.

Hi Evan “EasyMo”, we’re thrilled to have a chance to learn your story today. So, before we get into specifics, maybe you can briefly walk us through how you got to where you are today?
I’ve been involved with music for close to ten years. I initially started as an artist but soon realized how much I hated everything about it other then actually making the music. After I decided to stay behind the scenes a group of friends and I formed a company called “Get Bizzy Co.” We started selling t-shirts out of our trunks but it quickly grew into much more than that. We wanted to create a community around our message so we started throwing events. Our first event was a skateboarding competition that turned into parties & artist showcases and then we teamed up with B-Boy Smurf and put on some of the biggest dance battles Las Vegas has ever seen. All independently. Through being on local scene here in Vegas, I got to meet a ton of creatives and I soon found myself managing three artists. We created a label and hit the road. We performed all up and down the West Coast and gained a lot of momentum opening up for artists like Travis Porter & Paul Wall. After about three years of that situation, we eventually broke up due to not being able to see eye to eye. I took a year off from music & events to regroup and tend to my personal life and soon COVID would hit. During this downtime, I was looking for a lane that I could thrive in and podcasting was really blowing up so I jumped in headfirst. Thanks to my business partner and friend TNES we’ve been able to grow the podcast exponentially and create a hub for Hip-Hop in Las Vegas.

We all face challenges, but looking back would you describe it as a relatively smooth road?
It’s been the opposite of smooth. Dream chasing is not for the faint at heart. The main struggle I’ve had is balancing my career and my personal life which I’ve been terrible at. I get so wrapped up in what I’m doing that my personal life gets neglected and falls completely apart. Making these sacrifices though I believe is what it takes to be successful. Other struggles have included people that I love not believing in me or trying to hold me back. This journey has really taught me how to believe in myself even when nobody else is.

Can you tell our readers more about what you do and what you think sets you apart from others?
Currently, I’m a podcaster and I think that’s what I’m most known for but I have my hands a bunch of different things like artist management, writing & woodworking. I’m most proud of my brand that me and my team have built around the E-Squared Podcast. We represent quality. Interviews that matter. I’m also really proud of my peers and my team and everybody that has stuck with me all these years.

Do you have any advice for those looking to network or find a mentor?
Always be yourself.

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@Tnes1 @Vehgus

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