Multi-talented. driven, and oh-so-beautiful are just a few descriptive words when speaking of the young creative, Brittney Taylor. This Raptress is on the rise and doesn’t plan on stopping any time soon! She is slated to have two music projects to come out soon, including, mixtape Jack Rabbit 2 and Project Queen. I had the opportunity to speak with this phenomenon to get to know just who Brittney Taylor is.
Tell me, who is Brittney at her core? If we remove the titles, who is she?
BRITTNEY! – An Unstoppable creative who chases her dreams relentlessly. Her blood type is Rockstarr. Period.
How long have you been in love with music?
Brittney: Pretty sure I’ve been in love with music since I was in my mom’s tummy. All I could remember is being in love with music, forever.
When did you decide that nothing else mattered and that you would go after your music career full throttle?
I decided to go full throttle with music when I was about 10 years old. I knew nothing else mattered when I made over $100 in the neighborhood park dancing and rapping for who ever wanted to be entertained.
What was the inspiration behind your new music Jack Rabbit 2 and Project Queen?
The inspiration behind my new music Jack Rabbit 2 and Project Queen is to give people hope. I wanna motivate my audience that, you too can make it out of any circumstance. While most people hide being Instagram filters I’m transparent.
How did you become a cast member for Love and Hip Hop New York?
Via email Love and Hip Hop reached out to me years ago. It’s funny because I went through with the whole process and actually ended up getting a contract. But I pulled out last minute. I didn’t feel the timing was right. Luckily, the franchise didn’t hold that against me and still gave me well-deserved platform years later.
What is it that you want the fans to know about you?
I want fans to know I’m human. I’ve overcome many struggles and I still have so much more work to do. Everything I’m doing what, I’m doing for every little girl and boy in the ghetto with a dream right now. I got us.
If you could speak to that artist that wants to give up on their dream of being an artist because it’s not happening as fast as they want it to, what advice would you give them?
Honestly if you feel like giving up on your dreams because it’s not happening fast enough… just quit. Timing plays one of the biggest roles in dreams. If you can’t motivate and believe in yourself, this industry isn’t for you. Doubt is a sin. You have to look in the mirror every day and tell the person looking back you “I’m going to Win, I’m already a winner.” You have to believe that and only that.
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