“I want to see what happens,” Slevins mother says, as she tells her son that her only hope is for him to have a successful career.
The video for his debut single, “Lazy Boy,” is a moment of hope for his career.
It’s also a reminder of why Slevinos music career has stalled.
In a recent interview with The New York Times, Slevinis mom said that her son’s music career is a “dead end.”
He has “been working in a music industry for too long,” she said.
As his career has slowed, he’s been unable to land a record deal, even though he’s a fan of many artists, including Jay Z, Beyonce, and Jay-Z himself.
He was a part of the 2013 Grammy Awards, and he was one of several artists who performed at the event.
He’s also one of the most prolific artists to appear in the Billboard Hot 100.
But his music has stagnated and he’s become increasingly frustrated with the current landscape.
“He feels like he’s being shut out, like he doesn’t belong here,” her son told The Times.
“I think it’s a big problem for him.”
Slevin has a long track record of struggling to break through into the mainstream.
A young Slevini, left, and his mom during a 2013 concert at the Staples Center.
(Michael Loccisano/AP) He also said that he has been “shocked” by his own struggles.
For years, he has struggled to get his own music into radio and video, and while he has found some success with his own albums, it’s not good enough to keep up with the music industry.
He said that the music business has not given him the recognition he deserves, and that he feels like there are “no boundaries” anymore.
His music career stalled in the last year or so after his mother said that Slevino was struggling with depression.
She said that his depression has been getting worse and that she feels “sad” that Svin will have to move on with his life without her.
Her son also said he feels that his career is being hindered by the fact that he was unable to secure a record contract.
Slevins mom said he was “pushed out of the industry” in the past.
It was also in 2013 that he said that music is not a “job,” but rather a “spiritual journey.”
Sleviins mom says that her daughter’s music is a reflection of her struggle.
I want people to understand that the life of a musician is a very different way of living than the life I was in as a teenager,” she told the Times.
Despite Slevis struggles, he said he is “very excited” to perform at a new event in California in the near future.
Lucky number Slevina’s mom tells The Times that the event is meant to raise awareness about mental health.
We want to get the message out that mental illness is not something that can be taken lightly, nor that the best way to manage it is by taking care of yourself,” she added.
Watch Slevyns mom explain how he feels about his mental health in the video below: