Changing Record Labels Can Be Difficult!
Rasheeda has established herself to be one of the many impressive hip hop and R&B artists in the music industry. Known as the Queen of Crunk, she has helped D-Lo Records to gain popularity and even become a partner for Motown Records. Aside from earning success too as an independent artist, she recently discussed her plans of changing record labels.
An exclusive interview on her thoughts about her future career was given to Sha’Linda Jeanine as published in Hip Hop DX.
Rasheeda and the Challenges of Changing Record Labels
DX: What is that like for you being able to wear the hat of “Queen of Crunk?”
Rasheeda: It’s a good thing and I embrace that. I love to party and have fun and try to make music that you can just pop in the car and ride out to with your girls. That’s one of the reason why I love Hip Hop so much because of the effect that the music has on its listeners. Hip Hop as a story – and as music in general makes your build memories that will last a lifetime. When people come to you about records that you’ve done and let you know that they some how related or it touched their lives directly, its an amazing experience. I love making my type of music that the ladies can dance and pop their booty to. [Laughs]
DX: You just premiered your “Marry Me” video tell me about the concept and treatment.
Rasheeda: The concept was like a female Hangover scenario. It’s based on the last night you’re out hanging with your girls before you go get ready to get married, but I didn’t want to portray a wedding because that’s just so cliché. I just wanted the video to be fun with the girls out drinking and having fun and doing the crazy things that would happen prior to getting married. The video came out and I’m somewhat satisfied with it, I just wanted people to be able to watch the video and get a good laugh. Original story here.
Rasheeda insisted too during the interview of her loving the fact that she is an independent artist. She further explained that she’s not the type of female rapper who keeps comparing herself with others.
Hence, the plans of getting back to changing record labels to the original one she was with in the past were raised. There is definitely so much to watch out for Rasheeda.
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