Scout Report

Pancho Riveera

by Ian Jackson

ABM: What happened in your life that led to the decision of you becoming a musician?

PR: I became a musician to express and release the pain inside of me to save me from self destruction and over come growing up around gangs and drugs.

ABM: Where are you from, and what was it like growing up there?

PR: I’m from Concord, CA AKA Rivvvvvcity it was full of different challenges gangs drugs I never chose to join a gang. Instead just hustled street products from my parents porch and different streets in the city and school.

ABM: How long ago did you start Mobb Cooking, and what inspired you to do a cooking show?

PR: I started Mobb cooking a few years back on Instagram. I’ve always loved to cook learned from my father, I decided to do a cooking show because I’m truly an entertainer and new I could do it I enjoy being on camera also just wanted to be different from other artist.

ABM: What inspired you to name the show Mobb Cooking?

PR: I named it Mobb cooking Mobb meaning money over badd business because that is my business trademark.

ABM: Any new updates we can expect to see from Mobb Cooking?

PR: I have a new episode dropping soon holiday special feeding the homeless in the streets of Concord, CA it’s going to be a great show.

ABM: What is your last music release people can go check out?

PR: The track “Holla at ya Mex” featuring Dubb 20, produced by Maki you can purchase the single on cd baby.com and check out the visual on YouTube search and subscribe to panch_riveera.

ABM: What are you currently working on, music wise?

PR: Just finished my first solo album Real Rap produced by Maki just got to get some mix and mastering done and work out a few things.

ABM: What’s your last visual release people can check out, tell us about it.

PR: My last visual was For my bro directed by bro Jackson and you could check it out on my YouTube channel @ pancho riveera. I did the track and video for two close friends of mine that passed away and to represent my city.

ABM: What is your ultimate goal at the end of your career?
PR: My Maine goal is to be the greatest I could be and build a great legacy in all my crafts cooking fishing and music.

ABM: How can people reach you?

PR: You can reach me on Instagram @pancho_riveera or google search email panchoriveera@ yahoo.com for verses, catering services, and fishing tips

Ian Jackson
Editor-In-Chief
Founder/Owner of All Bay Music Magazine, Owner of TheRapManager.com