They say those who wait for their dreams to come to them rarely see those dreams unfold, while those who chase their dreams have front row seats. When it comes to the motive that drives Flight School Preps, it is this same mentality that is allowing them to reach new limits each day.
It was not more than three years ago when FSP kicked off what they envisioned as a movement that would change the face of musical expectations from Miami, FL. Since then, the team has worked through several obstacles to accomplish the recordings of three mixtapes, Flight Club Volume 1, Original Soul and Expensive Dreams as well as music videos, As a team, FSP has chosen to shed light on the fact that not all talents that come from Miami are equally the same; and with each member bringing their own share of skill to the table, this fact is made clearer and clearer.
As CEO of Flight School, Ansarae âï¿½ï¿½Slyâï¿½ï¿½ Salahuddin has always had a genuine passion for the music industry. Growing up as the son of Ted Lucas magnified this passion so much so, that Ansarae decided early on he wanted to have any kind of involvement in the industry. With the development of this dream came the vision for Flight School Preps, and it seemed almost natural for Ansarae to bring two of his closest friends with the same passion and vision on board. Maurice âï¿½ï¿½Reeseâï¿½ï¿½ White and Jonathan âï¿½ï¿½Jayâï¿½ï¿½ Inoa knew that the FSP movement would prove many wrong and dove straight to work alongside Ansarae in building this soon-to-be empire. Both Reese and Jay had previous experience with making music, and were sure to bring that knowledge to the blueprinting of FSP. With Jay having the music producing know-how from working with artists such as Steed, Fly Away, Murda-1, and Reese, the team could see their dreams evolving into reality with haste.
As the release date of their third mixtape quickly approaches, the FSP team is working to continue their grind while soaking in each aspect of their work. Though the team consists of three individuals each with their own ideas, perspectives, and skills, they share one thing âï¿½ï¿½ their passion for making music that challenges the barriers of where hip hop can come from and proving that young men are not limited to any kind of life sentence. FSPâï¿½ï¿½s goal? Staying in flight.