Up and coming viral sensation, artist, actress, and entertainer, Supa Peach, has been making a name for herself over the last few years with her raw music and television appearances.
You’ve seen her respectively compete on Jermaine Dupri’s, The Rap Game; You’ve heard her music and watched her videos on Youtube (along with her 458 thousand subscribers); You recognize her with her trademark cape; and now RESPECT. Magazine gets the exclusive opportunity to ask the questions we’ve always wanted to know about the 16-year-old rising star.
Did we mention she’s only 16?
Check out the full conversation below!
RESPECT.: What are looking forward to accomplishing in 2020?
Graduating from high school and taking my career to the next level. I’m shopping for the stars.
Don’t let the internet rush you and your process. Just stay focused on what you need to do and stay true to yourself. Timing is everything. So, work hard now and it will pay off later. Whatever your dream is go after it with everything you’ve got.
Throughout the weekdays I’m in school, then I finish off my day with some studio time and then work out. I’m always working, whether it is modeling for different brands or in the studio working on my music.
It’s tough to balance. A lot of young artists can’t balance both public school and a career, but somehow I make it happen because this is my dream. This is what I want to do, so there is no choice. Education comes first in my household . I make sure I pray to stay focused and on track with everything. God is how I do it.
As far as the name of the song, Cartier vision is about my vision for the direction I am going in my career. Me being focused and just taking everything to the next level. It’s only up from here.
I enjoy acting. I can see that in the future as well as modeling. I ride dirt bikes and four wheelers, so I have a company where I sell those as well.
I give vibes…. My music makes people feel good the same way I feel when I’m making it.
RESPECT.: How did participating in Jermaine Dupri’s “The Rap Game ” change your career?
It most definitely changed my career by giving me a bigger platform to showcase my talent. I already had a strong following, but the extra national attention took my brand to a higher level.
RESPECT.: Who does Supa Peach have on her playlists right now?
RESPECT.: Can you see yourself doing reality tv again?
RESPECT.: If you could make it where there was one thing you could have everybody know about you what would it be?
I’m not sure. I just feel like I was born to do this… This is my calling … I want my music to have an impact for decades to come.
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