The Back to Me Project: College and Beyond

99. Keep Walkin' Like You're Goin' Somewhere with Cornelius C. Mims

Episode Summary

Maintaining your self-esteem while trying to manage the many transitions of this life can be a daunting task. In today's episode, Three Time Grammy Award Winning Producer, Songwriter and Musician, Cornelius C. Mims joins us to encourage you to keep putting one foot in front of the other no matter what. Find out how he overcame self-destructive behaviors that lured him into a whirlwind of addiction that almost claimed his life. With a strong spiritual foundation and a committed network of family and friends, Cornelius proudly walks daily with a purpose and a willingness to take life one step at a time. Cornelius “Corney” Mims has performed live, in studio, and on television with well-known artists throughout the music industry. His list of credits reads like a who’s who of the music industry’s elite. Names like Michael Jackson, Kenny Loggins, Natalie Cole, En Vogue, George Michael, Brandy, Phil Collins, Snoop Dogg and Beyonce only scratch the surface of his musical accomplishments. More recent credits include bass guitarist/vocalist with Three Time Grammy Award winner Fantastic Negrito’s The Last Days Of Oakland (2016), Please Don’t Be Dead (2018), Have You Lost Your Mind Yet? (2020), co-songwriter on Mary J. Blige's 2006 smash single “Enough Crying”, and co-writer/ producer of LLCoolJ's 2005 hit single "Hush". To learn more about Corney and the KWLYGS movement, visit Corney Mims on Facebook or connect with him on IG @bombbass1014 and @KWLYGS.

Episode Notes

Check Out Corney's Video for 'Keep Walkin' Like You're Goin' Somewhere': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5VUiN1pZok

Substance Abuse and Mental Health  Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Hotline:  800-662-4357