By Valerie C. Victor
One of the newest members to the latest Love and Hip Hop New York reality TV series, Bianca has a lot in store for everyone. At only 24, the young rapstress is already looking into creating new music and broadening her career outside of music. Since her big debut and largely grossing single “Chicken Noodle Soup” alongside DJ Webstar, the rapper has been on a 9 year hiatus only to come back full force on one of the highest rated reality TV shows.
This season the show had approximately 4.6 million viewers and Bianca’s story-line made an impact on her career. The young star is now looking into expanding her name and her talents. Read below the details as Bianca explained exclusive details to the show, the reunion and the new music she has in store for everyone.
HHW: Talk to me about the reunion?
Bianca: The Reunion was crazy, it was one of the longest days of my life. I think this is going to be one of the craziest reunions everybody is ever going to see. I can’t get into too much detail, but expect the unexpected for real.
HHW: Was there any fights or hair pulling?
Bianca: No not really a lot of fights or hair pulling but a lot of drama. But you heard the crowd do a lot of “Oh’s” and things like that.
HHW: How do you think you did at the reunion?
Bianca: I did very well. I was just trying to do the opposite of what is portrayed on the show. I did a lot of turning up and I just wanted to change it up a little bit from the arguing and fighting and sit pretty.
HHW: Did that work for you?
Bianca: It worked very well for me.
HHW: Is Yandy still managing you after the altercation with the girl from BBOD?
Bianca: Yes, Yandy is a part of my management team right now. I’m managed by Envision World, Phil is the owner and she is a part of that team.
HHW: Why do you have multiple managers?
Bianca: I have role management. Phil and Yandy manage me fifty – fifty. Right now with me re-branding myself and building my image I don’t have time to play around or time for any games. I need everything to be on point so I made sure I have the best people in my corner to get me where I need to be right now. I missed out on so many opportunities with chicken noodle soup due to the fact that I was 15. We could’ve gotten so many more endorsements. There’s so many things I learned throughout the past years that I could’ve done. If I would’ve known to invest my money into myself I would’ve been a lot further. But it’s just timing, everything happens when it’s supposed to.
HHW: Yeah because the Chicken Noodle Soup days, that’s when budgets were real.
Bianca: We got 1.7 for the whole situation. The money I made I could’ve used it for other things, I could’ve made more videos but I didn’t know I was a kid. I was just like whatever, and yeah I’m on the road.
HHW: Let’s talk before Love and Hip-Hop. What were you doing during that time?
Bianca: I was just developing and finding my sound. I couldn’t go from the Chicken Noodle Soup record to just talking about sex and grown people stuff. I was transitioning from being a kid to being an adult, and making it believable. It was a lot, I couldn’t get into clubs, I couldn’t network, there was a lot behind the scenes that I couldn’t do. I had to wait till I was 21 and I’m only 24 now. It wasn’t until 3 years ago when I could get in the clubs and network with the DJ’s and Self and the people that really control your career. The industry is male dominated.
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