Snow tha Product Rhymes of Life as a Real Girl in a Fake World, Talks Atlantic Deal
Writing me off as whatever. Even if I was white, there are a lot of white people in the 'hood.
I'm Latina [Mexican]. There are a lot of Latin people in the hood. It's not that hard to believe I am what I am. I'm not saying I'm a gangster or nothing, but I have lived in a certain type of lifestyle that I'm representing, and it's really in my bones. I'm not saying anything that's out of the ordinary. I'm not saying I killed 45,000 people. I'm just saying I have lived there. I'm Latina, I'm proud of it. I speak Spanish. I've been doing tracks in Spanish, with underground artists in the Latin hip-hop community for a long time. That's there. On that track that's really all I wanted to do was talk about that.
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Have you collaborated with any artists with a bigger name?
A lot of people have reached out to me way before everything. I went to Houston last night, I was with my manager and we were talking about rappers that I hadn't really done any tracks with or we hadn't. Juicy J, Tech N9ne, Gangsta Boo reached out. There's a lot of people who know who I am and have said my name and we talk. But I don't really know. I haven't really worked with anyone big.
Which rappers have you looked to for inspiration?
Lauryn Hill, Missy Elliott. Look at them. They really didn't have to do what everyone else was doing. They got to do what they wanted to do, and come in the game, leave and come back and do whatever they want. They weren't necessarily worried that much about what people thought of them. It was more of contributing to music. And it ended up being something that was epic. Female in the rap game, being the highest-selling,