Living Off Experience

Jacob Rodriguez proves to be a worthy Accomplice

Rodriguez claims his music now is more adult, and the songs, for the most part, back up his assertion. He is still not beyond trolling the more common and sordid areas of urban music, as songs like "Let Your Nuts Hang" and "Money Is Power" aptly demonstrate. But those tracks are aberrations on My Life My Music, serving as recollections of past times. Rodriguez sees his music connecting with people across race and age.

"I am trying to target people who are similar to me," says Rodriguez, "people who have learned from their mistakes."

Accomplice has been plying his craft at clubs and car shows all around the metroplex, learning the ins and outs of the music business while trying to make ends meet. Rodriguez works at a car wash in Irving and tries to squeeze in time to record new tracks every chance he gets.

"I'm growing as an artist, and I am growing as a writer," he says. "Hopefully soon, I can do that as my living."

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