Salma Slims is artist out of Atlanta, GA that is showcasing her own blend of luxury rap to the forefront with her latest project Runway Rapper alongside Private Club Records this rising artist isn’t looking back or slowing down. Today the talented Atlanta artist spoke with respect magazine about her latest project along with her future endeavors. So without any hold up let’s get to know Salma Slims
Robbie: What’s how are you? What have you been up to today?
Salma: Heyyy, I just woke up I had a long night I was in the studio yesterday all night pretty much ! It’s 9:47amI’m in LA right now.
Robbie:Starting from the beginning, How did you get into doing music and what and or who made you start taking music seriously?
Salma:I started making music very young Like when i was 15-16 I loved rapping and battling other guys who would rap at my school. I was also in a girl group and that pretty much taught me the ins and outs to the music industry.
Robbie: So from there how did you and Private Club Records come together and tell us about your experiences so far working with the label?
Salma: I met Royce rizzy who is now “24hrs” and we got super cool his brother “Madeintyo started a collective Private Club Records and I been fucking with them pretty much ever since . I like working with the label it allows me to still be independent and build my brand without having strings attached ! I feel like I’m still in the growing stages in my career so It’s dope that i have a label and collective who fuck with me.
Robbie: As of 2019 you released your EP entitled “Runway Rapper,” what was your focus during This project, what is your favorite song and lastly what did you want your listeners to take away from Runway Rapper?
Salma: I put this EP together sporadically!! I had a bunch of songs that didn’t fit into what i was currently working on so i wanted to put those songs out for people to hear! It’s a mixture of different songs ! My favorite song is “Seasoning” Runway Rapper is a lifestyle being fly and effortlessly sexy. The Rapper part is my lyricism and all that extra shit, but the Runway part is kind of my model-esque side.
Robbie: So far as an artist what would you say has been the biggest lesson you’ve learned that has helped you grow?
Salma: Staying consistent and staying true to your sound no matter who try’s to come in and make you somebody your not I’ve learned that hard work beats talent but talent and hard work together is the biggest weapon of all.
Robbie: Would you mind giving any advice for the young aspiring female artist looking to make her way in the world of hip hop?
Salma:Keep your foot on they necks at all times Stay strong and be the boss of your own situation because nobody can tell you how to do you better than you can !
Robbie: What can we look forward to from you in the upcoming months /years?
Salma:Visuals, shows, and new Merch is all on the way .
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