Wednesday, October 9, 2019

New Release >> NB Tank An Exclusive 1 on 1 w. Breezy Says + his Single "23"

Welcome to Mollie's World (The Breezy Says Hot Seat), NB Tank

BS: What’s your name and tell us a little bit about yourself.

NB Tank: I go by Nb Tank, I’m the coldest rapper in Ohio and besides rap, I ball!

BS: Where are you from? And what affect does that have on your music?

NB Tank: I'm from Cincinnati, Ohio; Price Hill to be exact, but we like to call it the the "PSIDE" or the "P". It really didn’t have an affect on my life, only basketball. I started rapping from spittin freestyles in school with friends.

BS: Tell us a little bit about the inspiration between your new single "23"?

NB Tank: The inspiration behind that was to gett my ep going. I dropped "23" with a big producer from the city, BigDan. My manager was said "that’s hard we could use this one to start with a single." and the rest is history!

Lets pause for a moment and check out his record "23"

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BS: Are you planning on going on market visits or radio stops to promote the single or is it more of an introduction to another release?

NB Tank: "23" really is just a start for another release.

BS: How do you separate your personal life from your music life and how does how does the music industry affect your personal life?

NB Tank: My personal life is my music life, my whole family is behind me with no road blocks and no brakes.

BS: What project/track means the most to and which project/track are you proudest of?

NB Tank: Right now "23" means the most to me because it’s the first song I dropped and we are currently pushing it. Due to music being my passion, I'm proud of every song I drop.

BS: How do you separate yourself from other artist?

NB Tank: I'm different; plain and simple. There is none other like me.

BS: What is the hardest part of the music industry? and do you feel it is more beneficial to stay indy or go major?

NB Tank: The hardest part about being a rapper is getting support because without support you're not going to get known. As a rapper, people have to feel your music, but it’s better to go major. Having local fame in your city is limited, whereas going global opens up more opportunities.

BS: What are your thoughts on how the rap game has influenced your life, any certain artists or beats changed your direction or made you see things differently?

NB Tank: My thought on the rap game is that I listen to so many people and I get different vibes from all, but an artist that stand's out is Sway Lee.

BS: Who or what has the biggest impact on your career?

NB Tank: My manager has the biggest impact on my career. He looks out for me by making sure I have studio sessions, beats, and everything else I need he makes sure it happens. My family also supports me in a major way.

BS: What can we look forward to seeing in the future from you?

NB Tank: I’m working. I will be at A3c, SXSW, and the Ohio Hip Hop Awards! My focus is networking and connecting with others, just trying to get my feet wet and make a little noise.

Connect w/ NB Tank:

Facebook: Nb Tank

Instagram: Nb_Tank

Twitter: @Nb_Tank

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