Bounty Tank Gives HHW a Exclusive Interview & Shares His latest Single “Street Ni***a” FT Chip The Ripper

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Why did you start to do music?

I started doing music because it’s always been a love of mine. Music is a way for me to release and to talk about things that I don’t put on camera. I also started doing music because it’s a way to get through to the youth which is a passion of mine. Being a positive pillar in the community this is something that is important to me.

When did you know that it was actually going to be your career?

I knew that I would take music seriously once I received feedback from my peers, encouraging me to put my experiences into my music . 

If you could get advice from any artist in the industry, who would it be and why?

A few come to mind honestly , but If I could only choose one artist, it would be Ace Hood. I admire the fact that regardless of the trends of what’s going on around us ; he stays true to himself and is mostly positive . One question that I’d have is how to develop that mindset and still be relevant. 

What or who influences your music?

My music is influenced primarily of personal life experiences . Not necessarily things that I have went through but also things that I’ve witnessed . My music is a representation of my past , present, or my future.

Has anyone helped you or guided you in getting your foot in the industry?

Zook enigma, was the first artist to give me a feature without a price tag . He gave me this opportunity for free which is a big deal . AsideFrom the feature , he gave me some sound and helpful advice . Amir Perry was also the first producer to allow me the opportunity to work with him which was a blessing. He gave me a lot of valuable information from the basics of registering my songs and distribution info.

How many albums have you released?

I haven’t released any albums at this time , but I have several unreleased songs ready to go.

What differentiates you from other artist?

That’s easy….there is no other rapper that’s a bounty hunter. I get to speak from the level of personal experiences as well as the side of arresting those who are actually in the streets. 

How can promoters looking to book you, or artist looking for features get in contact with you?

I am able to be contacted via email at tank12586@gmail.com. Also my Instagram account is “@bountytank”.  For interviews contact : Clearstormmediagroup@gmail.com 

What do you hope to get out of your involvement in the music industry?

I would like for it to bring me success in collaboration with my main career of bounty hunting . I’d like for the 2 to become in sync. I would also hope to significantly inspire and touch some youth.

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https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/bountytank/street-nigga-feat-chip-the-ripper-4

Main website – http://www.bountytank.com

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