7 Reasons Bhad Bhabie is on her way to the top
At only the age of 15, Bhad Bhabie is climbing the charts and making a name for herself.
Debuting her mixtape “15” in 2018 and releasing her latest track, Babyface Savage featuring artist Tory Lanez, Bhad Bhabie is only at the beginning of her growing career.
After gaining notoriety in 2016, she has been featured on many different platforms as well as rapping alongside many well known artist such as Lil Yachty and Ty Dolla $ign.
Galore had the pleasure of sitting down with Bhad Bhabie, check out the interview down below!
Your debut mixtape “15” dropped, how does it feel to finally have that out?
It is such a huge weight lifted off my shoulders that it is finally out. I’ve been holding on to it trying to perfect it for so long, so now it’s like here.
How long have you been working on this project for?
Too long. It was supposed to be released in March 26th, on my birthday.
You always seem to be staying true to yourself and your voice, you don’t give a fuck about what anyone says. What advice do you have for people your age trying to find their voice and learning to stay true to themselves?
There is people out there for everyone. There is no reason to be a certain way to get a guy like you or be a certain way for a crowd to like you. No reason to act or be a certain way for attention. You just need to be yourself and you’ll fall into place. Everyone is their own person and it is important to be that person. God made you that person for a reason.
When did you realize you wanted to pursue music?
I had been famous for a little bit and I needed something to do. I always loved music and wanted to do music. I saw that I had a platform and said “let’s go.”
What inspires your music?
How do you want people to feel when they listen to “15”?
I just want you to have fun!
Who is your favorite person to make music with?
Probably either Trippy or Yachty
Favorite song on your mixtape?
House of Wax
How would you describe your own music in three words?
Crazy, unique, and fun
How do you deal with people who question you and create their own rumors about you?
That’s your problem. You’re not stopping my money, I don’t care.
What life advice do you have for your fans out there?
Stay true to who you are.
Interview by Emma Mackenzie
Photography by MADDIE CORDOBA