[The Entertainment Center: Interviews] - Meet @Rowdybizzle

Meet Up & Coming Hip-Hop Artist  
Rowdy B



PP: How would you describe your sound to the TMC audience if they are listening to you for the first time?
RB: I would describe my sound as coming from an artist who is trying to paint a picture with his words. Now-a-days everyone has pointless punch lines. Rhyming anything with everything. It's WHACK. For the listeners who are listening for the first time, first and foremost, thank you for your time. Now to really answer your question:  I believe the most shocking aspect of my music is the truth behind the lyrics. Music these days has no meaning or direction.  My message, which I try to convey through my lyrics, is follow your dreams, don't let nothing stop you, and be true to yourself. Don't make excuses and never give up. Music is a journey through one’s life.

PP: How long have you been in Hip-Hop pursuing music?
RB: I have been writing for 15/16 years. Now, that don't mean that all of it was good, lol, but for the last 4-5 years I have been really taking my craft seriously. I believe you got to live life in order to write about it. Music is a business and the faster you understand that, the better off you are. Sometimes it's not about how long you have been doing something. It's more about timing and politics. Not quantity but quality. I feel people rush their projects, and you can really see that lack of quality. I move at my speed and my speed only.

PP: How does Rowdy B's brand separate himself from other Hip-Hop brands out there?
RB: The word “brand.” You got to love that word. Are you talking about League of Legends? Lol, nah, I'm joking. But that game is dope. Lol. The Rowdy B brand is about living life to the fullest, dreaming big, and partying it up. Not no YOLO because people need to be accountable for their actions, but just have fun. Let your hair down, ladies; fellas, drop your egos and spread some positivity. This world is so negative I refuse to be a part of the bullshit.

PP: The music game is tough, especially in ATL. What are some challenges that you have overcome?
RB: Man, this place is horrible for an independent artist. It's so saturated. Everyone makes music, everyone is a producer, everyone is blah blah blah. Truthfully, I would already be where I need to be if I wasn't living in Atlanta. Politics are big here. It's sad, man. I swear it will make you hate this music game. But hey, there are a lot of important people here so you got to play it cool and see if they are about what they say they are. More than likely they are not.

PP: Have you worked with any prestigious names so far? If so, who?
RB: Ya, man I got a few underneath my belt. I would say the biggest right now is my big brother Rittz.  He just signed to Strange Music and is about to release his album The Life And Times of Johnny Valiant. We have been doing music with each other for over 10 years now. It's always good seeing someone close to you blow up. Lets you know you are headed in the right direction and have the right people around you. This business is about who you know and being ready for when opportunity knocks on the door.

PP: Where can People find your music?
RB: Well, of course the usually spots. Soundcloud, Twitter, YouTube, etc.  But everything you need to know about me is at my website, www.rowdyb.com

PP: What is your greatest accomplishment so far that you're most proud of?
RB: Aww, man, waking up every morning and doing what I love is the biggest accomplishment. To live life the way you want is marvelous. Owning companies, making moves, seeing the world. Now if we are speaking musically, my greatest accomplishment is building my name and my movement. Being independent, it's difficult to do what the labels do – they have access to all the capital they need. But being independent also means you keep your money. So it's a double-edged sword.

PP: Anything new/exciting coming in 2013 that The MC Magazine can get an exclusive sneak about?
RB: I got some big name features I'm going to release this year. I feel 2013 will be another year where my movement reaches a whole new level.  Definitely will be dropping a project called Life After Drug Music, and then Greyroom presents The Green HourThe Green Hour will be the first official album release. Already got a lot done for both of these projects.  And I guess since you want something exclusive, I'm going to be starting a podcast. It's a secret so shhhh, don't tell no one.







Thank you Rowdy B for the opportunity and good luck with your upcoming projects and music career!

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