Lstreetz recently sat down with the Women of Hip Hop to discuss her contributions to music, knowledge that she has acquired from Shawnna, her message through her music and more. Check out some excerpts from the interview below.
How do you contribute to keeping hip hop alive?
I am a lyricist and a great story teller. I have my own lane and able to show ppl its more to us female rappers then looks.
What’s the most valuable thing that Shawnna has ever taught you?
Stand up for yoself even if you have to stand alone, do you, and stay grounded.
What message or statement do you want to make with your music?
For artists and for women to be themselves!
How did your relationship with Shawnna and the GMG girls come about?
She wanted to put a click together and she hit me to be involved, and of course I said yes because this type of movement hasn’t been done before. What’s your relationship with everyone like and is it safe to say Shawnna has been a mentor to you? If so, what are some special things she has taught you? As for my relationship with her we are very close that’s my big sis and I’m her little sis so that’s where we stand we know how to be on business and also seperate it. I’ve been able to learn a lot from her by seeing her work ethics from how she records to when she gets on stage and kill.
Read the rest of the interview here.