Girl Boss: Bar S

Photo Credit: Michael- Rex Carbonell 
Remember in New York when I said I finally met up with one of my long time internet friends, Bar (click here)?

Well she makes music and she is a BOSS. So I thought I'd do a little impromptu interview with the bae.
CH: How do you describe your sound?
BS: I sound like that pop you get when you open a can of arizona

CH: What made you want to get into the industry?
BS: I like this industry because music doesn't need it to exist

CH: Where can we find you physically, and on the internet? (this sounds less creepy in my head)
BS: I hail from New Jersey (the Newest) and you can track and download my music for free (!) on soundcloud instagram @bending_bars and twitter

CH: Favorite Book?
BS: Tough one, I'm gonna be a rebel about this and give you two out of my top 5; Another Roadside Attraction by Tom Robbins and A Wrinkle in Time by Madeline L'Engle

CH: Musical Influences?
BS: I'm an all around music lover so inspiration is drawn from absolutely everything when it comes down to beat choice, and the producers that I work with. Musical influences lyrically are split in two categories: For flow and delivery I heavily appreciate Fiona Apple, Biggie Smalls, Queen Latifah, Robert Plant, Immortal Technique and Method Man. For content I've been influenced by Slug (Atmosphere), Talking Heads, M.I.A., and Big D and the Kids Table.

CH: Biggest girl power influences?
BS: Queen Latifah, Ciara and my mom

CH: What do you think about sexism in the industry?
BS: THe beautiful thing about poetry is that you can say whatever is that you want and call it art. Although I do think there are things that should be kept to ourselves. [Even I'm guilty of saying some ignorant shit]

CH: Dream collab?
BS: It's really just to work with Tre Cool from Green Day

CH: How do you keep it sassy?
Hahaha it's in my nature!

Check out her music,
Send her some love,
follow her on all the media sites,
just do it okay?
Have a great day pussycats

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