FoxxJazell is the first transgender Hip-Hop artist. She has managed to follow her dreams in the cruel world of Hip-Hop. In this interview she talks to us about everything from when she decided to make the transition, her thoughts on Frank Ocean coming out, Lil Wayne and Stevie J allegedly kissing on stage, and most importantly her music and how music saved her life. She has an upcoming album titled “Elevation” which she speaks on the inspiration behind it. What FoxxJazell is doing is no crime, just another person trying to do what they love in life by creating their own destiny.
You can purchase FoxxJazell’s new single “Sickening” by clicking the link below.
“Elevate yourself from that person that’s sending you all of that negative information”
Brice D. Vick is a well respected man in the music industry. He has choreograph for various music artist and has for worked under the umbrella and credited to tons of television networks such as NBC, NICKELODEON, ABC, VH1, and more. Brice D Vick has traveled all over the world to conduct master classes at variety of venues in Germany, South African, Italy, Rome, London, and South Africa. Brice is now releasing a DVD in 2013 titled “Hip Hop for Health” where you see him educating children on eating healthy and how fundamental it is to keep your body in movement. He speaks on everything from how he got his start, the artist he worked with, and his up coming DVD “Hip Hop for Health”.
“Never let the audience see you sweat” -Brice D. Vick