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Tuesday, 14 November 2017

Blac Chyna Gets Serious About Her New Career as a Rapper


Blac Chyna Discusses Her New Career as a Rapper



Chyna is tight-lipped about the producers and collaborations she's already locked down in the studio, but does reveal she's been busy in the booth recording. Don't expect her music to be littered with hardcore material; according to her, it's all about a vibe that will feature her both singing and rapping. "I just wanna blow they socks off," she states. With names like Jennifer Lopez, Spice Girls and Linkin Park as early influences growing up and JAY-Z, DMX, Drake and Lil Wayne as the rappers she's been listening to for years, her first official song could go in any direction.
"I want to make music that reflects me and what's going on at that present time," Blac Chyna shares. "You know, It's kinda like a movie how I'm looking at it. So, if this is happening right now I want to speak on it right then and there, you know. But at the same time, I still want it to be timeless to where as though, not like telling my whole business, but if I'm going through something the same person is probably going through the same thing. So, I want them to feel like, 'Damn, if she's going through this and I'm going through this it's not that bad.'"
She aims to release her first song before 2017 comes to a close and hopes to get in the studio with Rihanna, Migos, French Montana, Trey Songz and Gwen Stefani in the future. Labels are already calling. Chyna's decision to sign with a record label or stay independent is weighing on her, but there's no rush to sign the dotted line right now. Behind her captivating smile, it's apparent this business savvy risk-taker has got something else on her mind.
"My fears going into this are for people not to take me serious," she admits. "Of course people are gonna talk—good, bad, whatnot. I would just like to say to anybody that is for or against [my rap career], just keep an open eye, an open heart and an open ear."

Chyna is tight-lipped about the producers and collaborations she's already locked down in the studio, but does reveal she's been busy in the booth recording. Don't expect her music to be littered with hardcore material; according to her, it's all about a vibe that will feature her both singing and rapping. "I just wanna blow they socks off," she states. With names like Jennifer Lopez, Spice Girls and Linkin Park as early influences growing up and JAY-Z, DMX, Drake and Lil Wayne as the rappers she's been listening to for years, her first official song could go in any direction.
"I want to make music that reflects me and what's going on at that present time," Blac Chyna shares. "You know, It's kinda like a movie how I'm looking at it. So, if this is happening right now I want to speak on it right then and there, you know. But at the same time, I still want it to be timeless to where as though, not like telling my whole business, but if I'm going through something the same person is probably going through the same thing. So, I want them to feel like, 'Damn, if she's going through this and I'm going through this it's not that bad.'"
She aims to release her first song before 2017 comes to a close and hopes to get in the studio with Rihanna, Migos, French Montana, Trey Songz and Gwen Stefani in the future. Labels are already calling. Chyna's decision to sign with a record label or stay independent is weighing on her, but there's no rush to sign the dotted line right now. Behind her captivating smile, it's apparent this business savvy risk-taker has got something else on her mind.
"My fears going into this are for people not to take me serious," she admits. "Of course people are gonna talk—good, bad, whatnot. I would just like to say to anybody that is for or against [my rap career], just keep an open eye, an open heart and an open ear."

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