SAMURAI SIT DOWN W/ RISING HIP HOP ARTIST NITTY SCOTT MC PT 1
This has been a long time coming but the stars finally aligned for me to bring you a deeper look into the artist known as Nitty Scott MC. From back pack rocking underground phenom to emerging break out sensation Nitty has been both a wonder and a mystery as she’s openly transitioned into a new phase of her life. After her self imposed hiatus to clean house she’s now back, in a better place and ready to deliver. Will the potential that many have seen in her come to fruition? Your friendly Social Media Samurai got the chance to chop it up with Nitty on a wide range of topics so check it out.
We’re half way into 2015. What has the year taught/showed you thus far both personally and professionally?
I guess I’ve learned to be extremely tolerant. You know, when you ask the universe for patience, I don’t think some patience just drops into your soul, but instead you get put into a situation where you have to practice an acceptance of your reality. I’ve had a turbulent past 12 months; relocating at least 4 times, employing a new team of advisers, reinventing my entire brand. It’s been quite the process trying to restructure my world & execute the vision I have for myself. But I’m still rocking these shows, shooting videos & recording new material. I’m rolling with the frustrations, staying connected to my fans and preparing for my season every day. And once that time comes, it’ll be well worth the wait.
Connection is a major thing. I think in today’s era of social media it’s what separates a mere product or personality from a true brand. How do you connect with your fans?
I totally agree. The dope thing is, your fans just have to really like YOU. The person, the personality, the demeanor. The music is the soundtrack to your brand, but I think who you are is what keeps people interested. I haven’t been able to release a new project in about a year, but with social media, I can maintain visibility & still touch fans while I work on my master plan. What are my personal hobbies? What current events do I find important, or funny, or upsetting? What friends, family or teachers occupy my world? What am I working on in the studio?
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