What inspired you to do music? — What inspired me to do music was me. I Always loved hip hop music. And watching my idols like Missy Elliott and Lil Kim. I knew from when I was just a kid, that I wanted to be just like them. So I practiced my rhymes in my diary and then later on my in twenties I decided to take it seriously.
What would you say is your biggest accomplishment thus far as an artist? —My biggest accomplishment thus far has been being able to create records with one of my favorite producers (Mally Mall). I got “Made Love” played on local radio stations & being the first female rapper from Toronto to be played on satellite radio HipHopNation. Also getting recognition for my work from some of my favorite magazines I grew up reading like The Source & Hype Magazine.
What is your writing process like? – It’s very lengthy… I have to be in a peaceful environment to be able to come up with ideas… Sometimes it will just come to me out of no where. I could be anywhere and I would come up with a hook and then I would just record it in my voice recorder or notes for reference but mainly when I write a song. I usually rewrite a song 2-3 times before it’s fully complete because I am a perfectionist.
Describe your music style — My music style I would have to say is Rap of course. But more in the genre of trap rap… My music is very upbeat, fun, party type of music. Music you could play on the radio or even in a strip club.
What are the pressures of being a singer in the industry? – Pressures of being a rapper is a lot because everybody’s expectations are so high especially as a female it gets worse. We have to go twice as hard than the men. Punch lines have to go hard and my sound has to be unique. I can’t even slightly spins like any other female rapper of ppl assume I’m biting their style. Everything is rap has to be original. And that’s the motto I try to live by when it comes to this music .
What is the remix you are currently promoting & the motivation behind it? — Currently I just drop a remix to the well known rapper Mulatto’s “He Say She Say.” I’m pushing the record currently but I will be dropping my single soon. I decided to do a remix to show my skills and versatility. I been away for nearly 2 years musically trying to perfect my craft and getting personal things together. But now I’m back and I’m ready.
What projects do you have coming up? — Working on a EP and working on visuals for my new singles I will be dropping this year.
What do you want your legacy to be? — I want my legacy and music to be timeless. And be able to leave my footprints for others to follow when my time is up.