Hey Brooklyn 🙂 You’re currently on your “BROOKLYN QUEEN FACTS TOUR”. Can you spill any details of what your supporters can look forward to on this tour?
My supporters can expect lots of fun and entertainment. They can expect special guest Que 9 and Kaci the Model, and expect a great time with their parents and peers.
What’s your favorite part about being on the road?
My favorite part about being on the road is definitely meeting my supporters from all over and just experiences in different states. Also learning about different states.
What’s your favorite song to perform on this tour and why?
My favorite song to perform would definitely be KeKe Taught Me it so fun to share the moment with allowing my supporters to come on stage with me I actually perform that song twice because I love it that much.
With over 100 million music video views and counting, you have built a powerful fan base for yourself. Why do you think social media is so important for teen artists today?
I feel social media is super important especially in the entertainment business. My supporters are not old enough to have their own credit cards to purchase my music, so YouTube is where they go to hear my music and watch my videos.
With a massive following already your supporters must have a name for themselves. Does your fan base have a name?
My supporters call themselves The Queendom.
How do you want your relationship to be like with your supporters?
I absolutely love communicating with my supporters by FaceTime, instagram live, replying to messages and YouTube.
What’s the feeling you get when meeting your supporters?
It’s an amazing feeling to meet my supporters. To visit different states and have people yell my name and cry is overwhelming and exciting at the same time. I love being able to make them smile, and show them I appreciate the love and support.
What type of music are you leaning towards for your music career?
I love all music I think my music has different sounds like I have straight hip hop songs and I have pop songs.
You recently were on BRAT Network’s “The Talent Show” alongside other stars like Jordyn Jones, America’s Got Talent Sofie Dossi, Bryce Xavier and Nickelodeon’s Casey Simpson. What was that experience like for you?
The whole Brat experience was wonderful, everyone was so nice. I loved being able to meet and work with such a talented group of people, that I now call my friends.
What do you hope to gain from that experience?
I hope to gain from that experience more exposure and support along with opportunities in acting.
Any other fun things in the works you can tell us about?
I am currently working on some new music and videos. I also have a special collaboration on a song coming soon.
What’s an average day for you look like right now?
The average day for me now is school work followed by school tours and studio time. I also practice my dance moves. Some days my time consists of hours of travel as well.
Any last things you want to tell your supporters?
To my supporters I want to thank each and everyone of you for all the continuous support and love. I want to thank all the parents for trusting me with their children.