Bigmoneybrezzy is on a million dollar stroll on the road to riches, with hit after hit and the time has come for a new visual and so we bring to you “TikTok”. This is for the clubbers and will most definitely be in your top ten summer anthems. From being on indie Spotify and some major hitter playlists, it was only right the visual be released. Check out the interview and visual below.
Welcome to Mollie’s World (The Breezy Says Hot Seat), Bigmoneybrezzy
BS: What’s your name and tell us a little bit about yourself.
BMB: I go by Bigmoneybreezy, I started rapping at the age of 12, then around the of 16, I went in the studio and laid down my first song, then after that it was history with tons of mixtapes, singles, and albums being released.
BS: Where are you from? And what affect does that have on your music?
BMB: I’m from Austin, Texas the capital of Texas, also its the music capital of the world with one of the largest music festivals such as SXSW and ACL. But I think Austin is mainly known for like Rock or Country music, I feel there hasn’t been any rappers to really put it on the map like that.
BS: What was highest and lowest point in your career?
BMB: I have had many high points in career such as getting verified on many platforms and I still have some more to go, but this is all indie, no label or investors backing me up. Also, I really haven’t had any low points in my career, everything has been blessing on blessings for me.
BS: How do you separate your personal life from your music life and how does how does the music industry affect your personal life?
BMB: There’s always a time for everything, but I basically just juggle everything in a day’s schedule from work, to family time to music, I have too many jobs in life, I don’t get tired.
BS: What project/track means the most to and which project/track are you proudest of?
BMB: One of my favorite tracks ever, I would have to say Hide N Seek, because the thought process behind it was just crazy and that’s what I was going through at the time, so it all came together just right with the lyrics, the song, and the visuals. Well the track I’m the proudest about would have to be one of my latest singled called “Tik Tok” and that’s also a fan favorite. Everyone that hears the song gravitate to love me for my style and all.
BS: Please tell us about your current project “TikTok”?
BMB: “Tik Tok” is that song where you just want to elaborate on all your accomplishments and just flex on your haters and naysayers who didn’t believe in you, but you still making noise and staying in their face at the same time. More like a flexing type song or even a club banger I would say.
BS: Being that there is a huge social media platform with the same name, how has social media changed your journey as a music artist?
BMB: I love social media and all it does, because it basically gives you a platform to be independent in this music world and as long as you have everything set up, the rest will just land in your lap. It is so much you can do with social media these days, from going viral to marketing yourself and making yourself a global name all from the comfort of your home, I mean it don’t get no better than that.
LET’S PAUSE AND CHECKOUT “TIKTOK”
BACK TO THE HOT SEAT
BS: How do you separate yourself from other artist?
BMB: I’m quite different from many artists because most rappers these days sound the same on every track, I might wake up one day and want to sing something. The next day I might want to do a club banger, so I just feel I’m one of a kind and very versatile with my art.
BS: Who do you feel is your biggest competitor?
BMB: I would have to say Ty Dolla Sign…I feel I’m mainstream but haven’t reached the level there on, but that’s who I compete with.
BS: What is the hardest part of the music industry?
BMB: Managing everything and doing all the marketing/promo all indie no help, that’s one of my biggest obstacles.
BS: What are your thoughts on how the rap game has changed?
BMB: It’s changed a lot, everybody now really sounds like Young Thug with a little spice to them, if you asked me, I really miss the Mase Harlem world, Dipset, Lil Wayne’s Carter Series and a few earlier 2000’s music.
BS: Who or what has the biggest impact on your career?
BMB: My family, I’m going to make this happen for my family.
BS: What can we look forward to seeing in the future from you?
BMB: You can catch a whole bunch of Brezzyness coming your way. I’m dropping n EP by the end of this year, which was going to be called “Jesus Carter”, but decided to change the name to “Saucy Money Carter”. Then you can catch some more great visuals on the way, and you might catch an album ya diggggg.
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