• Experience: I threw away a pop career to deal drugs

    6 days ago - By The Guardian

    I passed out on a record executive's shoulder, ending my record deal before it began. He'd seen it all before I grew up in a stable, working-class home in Hull in the 1980s, but I always craved excitement. That's probably why, aged 18, I moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma. I started visiting the city in the school holidays, because I had fallen for a girl who lived there. On one trip, I was introduced to a producer called David Percefull, who was putting a band together. I decided to move to Tulsa permanently, to be with my girlfriend and join the band, Fanzine , as its singer. By the time I moved...
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