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Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Rockblockbam - Avianne | HHIM Interview

Rockblockbam - Avianne | HHIM Interview


HHIM: What made you name yourself

Rockblockbam


Rockblockbam:
I named myself that because where I’m from is called Rockland county. There’s a lot of towns here and I wanted away that people from across town can fuck with me even though were not from the same town. It’s more like a unity thing I guess

HHIM: So were they calling you that before you started rapping ? Such as your family or friends.

Rockblockbam:
My family called me Bam since young, then. My friends. Once I started rapping I wanted to do it for my city and that’s were the Rockblock cam from.

HHIM: What is your favorite part about rapping ?
Are you more towards the lyricism side or the versatile side?

Rockblockbam:
My favorite part about rapping is that I can paint a picture with words. Knowing that I can make people feel me thru music is crazy. You can impact lives through this shit.
HHIM: Coming out of your city what kind of challenges intervene with your life or your music that made you feel like you had no hopes at one point.

Rockblockbam:
There’s no resources where I’m from. I never doubted my career though but there’s been times when I thought that this shit is tough.

HHIM: Would you say your state rap scene got better over time?
What kind of advice would you give rappers from your state coming from an artist like yourself.

Rockblockbam:
I’ll tell them no matter what to get going. I’m from NewYork so if you don’t build a name for yourself out of respect first you’ll forever be a nobody in this game. People won’t support you.

HHIM: How do you separate yourself from other artists?

Rockblockbam:
I’m made from a rare breed so it’s easy to separate myself. I keep my circle small, and I stay in my own lane most importantly.

HHIM: Who influenced your style?

Rockblockbam:
No one really influenced my style. With music it’s away for me to express myself so that’s why my career took so long to start gaining traction. I learned a lot from Fetty wap and remyboyMonty though, I consider them my big bros and that’s a blessing. My music doesn’t sound like theirs though.

HHIM: In what ways has your newest music changed from when you first started?

Rockblockbam:
It sounds way better than when I first started. It got way more melodic and swaggy.

HHIM: Tell the world where to follow you on your social media.

Rockblockbam:
My instagram: @rockblockbam and Twitter
Google Rockblockbam) for all of my music, and videos.

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