Bronx made her, East Harlem raised her. The femcee been in love with hip-hop her whole life. She started from writing poetry as a kid and transitioned her skills into rapping. Bringing authenticity, versatility and BARZ, Bella B is proving not only to herself but to everyone that she can and she will make her mark in this game.
Catch her interview with V-Henny as we learn more on the artist and what to expect.
V-Henny: Who inspired you to make music?
Bella B: I definitely was inspired by more than 1 artists. Fabolous, Remy Ma, and Jadakiss are 3 that were very influential also had a lot of interest in Lauren Hill. She sits on a shelf all by herself with her versatility as a artist.
V-Henny: Please share with us the content behind your up and coming EP?
Bella B: The content on my up and coming EP, named Juice which is also another name I am known by. I am basically giving my audience a series of songs with various styles and flavors. I am showing my supporters that not only do I have bars but I am versatile, and can give a little something for everyone.
V-Henny: How long have you had this creative vision and what pushes you to
be consistent ?
Bella B: I’ve been having this vision of me pursing my music for many years what pushes me to do it is the love and passion I have for it.
V-Henny: Have you ever felt discouraged by the industry and if so how did
you overcome the thought/feeling?
Bella B: At times, I’ve felt like this industry can be more based on a look or popularity as opposed to it being about the music or talent. Yes, it can make you feel a bit discouraged and disappointed as well.
V-Henny: Do you feel like you have overcome any boundaries you have set for
yourself? What were they and how did you conquer them?
Bella B: I feel like I’ve overcame certain boundaries. One of them would be that I learn to understand that there is no limits to my potential as long as I stay focused and put the work in.
V-Henny: Looking back then to where you’re at now, give me a moment that
made an impact within your music career.
Bella B: I think a moment that made a big impact within my music career was me dropping my first music video earlier this year, Whoopy freestyle. It definitely was a big deal for me, the recognition and support that I received was amazing.
V-Henny: What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Bella B: The best advice I’ve been given is never to limit myself in any aspects.
V-Henny: If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
Bella B: If I could change anything in the industry it would be to make rap more about rap than fashion and politics. I feel like its real mixed up now a days .
V-Henny: As a single mom pursuing music as a career. How do you manage to balance out your career and your personal life?
Bella B: As a single mother pursing my music career making time for my craft and still having mom duties has become much easier due to my son being older at this time. I waited years to pursue my music fully as I am doing now because I feel like when u are in this industry you must give so much of yourself time and energy wise, I felt it was the right decision to wait till he was older so I may give my attention and energy to my music without being neglectful to the time and energy to meet his needs as a child and I also didn’t have any support or help with him me being a single teen mom at the time. Now he’s older and I’m able to maneuver easily.
V-Henny: What’s one thing you would want your fans to know about you?
Bella B: One thing that I would like my fans to know is that Bella B is here to stay. To look out for more fire to come. I’m just getting warmed up and I’m definitely coming for my spot !HaaanN !!!
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