Who is Stylezz Prezz

Poetically Driven, Open minded

Prideful New Yorker 

Learn more on Stylezz tell V-Henny about her creativity and passions.

V-Henny:  What was your first experience with music?

StylePrezzz: My first experience with music would be when my moms would have family gatherings, and we would move tables and chairs just to dance all night. But when I started to write poetry at the age of 12 is when I knew music was my thing. 

V-Henny: What motivates you to create?

StylePrezzz: My life experience, my success and mistakes 

V-Henny: What song was the most difficult for you to write?

StylePrezzz: The song that was hard for me to write would be “Some day” I made this song for my loving foster moms who took me in when I was 3 years old. She always told me some day you gonna make it and while recording this song in the studio I was crying because of the impact she made on me. 

V-Henny: How do you define success as an artist?

StylePrezzz: I define success by changing a person life with a song, making people feel good through my music. Giving hope to those who seek for memories, lost times. If my song make you feel good I succeed 

V-Henny: Have you ever felt discouraged by the industry and if so how did you overcome the thought/feeling? 

StylePrezzz: Yes. Being a female in a male dominate industry plus including the fact that I’m a stud in the LGBTQ community has its struggles. Don’t get me wrong the female are winning in the rap game, but coming up was really hard. When people wanted  to change my look or when others say you don’t fall under sexy. Or others who just felt intimidated by me, but I feel like I dealt with it accordingly. I just kept doing what I loved to do, I’m not for everyone and I’m okay with that.

V-Henny: What is your songwriting process like? 

StylePrezzz: To be honest my process of songwriting is when I’m in my emotions or listening to an instrument and if I’m feeling it. After that, I start to write. 

V-Henny: Tell me about your techniques for overcoming creative blocks.

StylePrezzz: That’s a tough question but a good one. When I get creative blocks, I’d go on YouTube and look up beats and begin to freestyle the title of each instrumental. I try to get out of my comfort so I can be creative. 

V-Henny: What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?

StylePrezzz: I believe I be a streamers or a YouTuber or an influencer, if it ain’t none of that I’d be taking care of the family to be honest.

V-Henny: What were some of the steps you had to take to get to where you’re at in your career?

StylePrezzz: In life there’s a lot of steps you have to take, and my steps wasn’t easy when following your dreams. But I started with my uncle in his studios who was an engineer and he knew a-lot of people but I didn’t wantto take the easy route, I wanted to work and earn my strips. I did showcase’s a lot of showcases, some long nights and days working on my music had some loses but gain way more in life along the way.

V-Henny: Can you tell us a challenge you had to overcome in which you are most proud of yourself?

StylePrezzz: A challenge I had overcome would be stage presentation/performance 

I’m very proud to say that I work very hard on my stage performances. I was bad at looking into the audience eyes and and showing my emotions through my songs. Over time a lot of practice made my stage presence comfortable with myself and the audience. I worked on my crate and perfect it the best way I know how.

V-Henny: What is one message you would give to your fans?

StylePrezz: Be yourself!!

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