16-year-old Canadian rapper
JUSTIN BIEBER DRAKE REZZI has been taking the music scene by storm since the release of his debut single earlier this month, Home of the Brave, and we here at It’s A Glam Thing got the chance to chat with the rising star about his music and holiday plans!
What are you hoping for this holiday season?
Honestly, I’m just hoping to end the year off right. Some people tend to think back and see things they should have done, or fix something but didn’t. I’m just hoping to have a peaceful and stress-free holiday.
How would you describe your “Holiday Swag”?
I don’t really have a style to go along with season, if anything, the weather is the only thing that affects my outfits. But respect to anyone who goes that extra mile to dress up differently for the season.
You are pretty young still in the industry, what do you hope to ultimately achieve?
I don’t have a mind set in a sense of “final milestone checklists” where after I reach those I’ll be done. I think there’s always something else I can do, something else I can shape and change to perfect it, or move forward. I feel that something like music or a being a person who makes music; their job is never done. In the grand scheme of things, like every other person, world tours and achieving globally is on an artist’s mind but there will always be something different and unique to look after.
What do you want to be remembered for?
This is a really good question. I just want people to remember and if not realize that it’s not/wasn’t just about music for me. When I usto listen to music as a kid, Rap being a pillar of that early life experience I saw ups and downs with all different kinds of artists. I always look back on 50 Cent and Eminem, them two being the first ones that ever passed through headphones into my ears. They both came from the complete opposite ends of the table in my opinion. You took 50 cent, a New Yorker, with a really hard gangster feel when he came off with “get rich or die trying”. Though he was still able to show his intelligence with records like 21 questions and etc. this goes the same for eminem; in tune with reality, though still being able to make mainstream hits. Basically what I’m trying to say is, there are sides to everything, passive and progressive, I want to be remembered for the story behind the beat.
Is Santa real?
Yeah, I think Santa is real. I saw him yesterday at the mall!
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