So, yeah, I’ve been rapping way before I was on TV.
Although you’ve been rapping since the age of 14, at what point did you decide that you wanted to make a career out of it? I always knew I wanted to do music, and be in the entertainment industry.
Because I’ve worked with a lot of producers and everybody would tell me “You have a dope voice and your talented” , but it was Rich who kept it real with me, and told me to step my game up a little more lyrically.
So I took his advice, and I got in the zone and began writing every single day until I got better lyrically.
They were stopped by security because her friend wasn’t wearing the band, long story short, the “Ridiculousness” star and her entourage were later permitted to party the night away!
Liam lived with his mother in his hometown of Aberdeen but she let him dropped out of school at age 15 to chase his musical dreams.
So pretty much I always knew that I wanted to make a career out of music or something along those lines. The producer who just did my mixtape, Rich Skillz, it was meeting him, which helped me get to the next level of my career- musically.
Sterling and Chanel stopped by the Cambio studios to talk about season 2 of the show--and spill the beans on what Rob is really like. And Chanel says there's an episode coming up this season where she tells a story about taking her mom's car--and her mom doesn't know about it!
Sterling says just appearing on has been eye opening for his family.
Were you rapping prior to your initial involvement with MTV’s Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory and Ridiculousness? I’ve been pursuing music for a long time and that’s really my main focus in life.
Catch The Source’s exclusive interview with Chanel below, in which she discusses her journey and plan of action to make her mark as an artist.