Interview – Polly P

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HCM. What makes you an artist?
Polly P. My life has been a wonderful adventure in which I have learned many lessons and taken many losses. During this time, I have learned to create songs by converting my feelings, memories and experiences into a catchy rap lyrics.
HCM. When did you learn you were passionate about it?
Polly P. I learned I was passionate about rapping when every time I would hear a song on the radio that had a female rapper on it I would fantasize that it were me and would think to myself what I would’ve rapped on the verse if it was my song.

HCM. How would you describe your style in one word?
Polly P. Electric

HCM. How are you different from the rest?
Polly P. All music is intimate. I give a piece of my being in everything that I write. Making not just good music but an entire experience.

HCM. If you could tell your number one fan one thing what would it be?                             Polly P. First I would say, thank you for being a fan then I would say I’m just like you. We all bring different experiences to the table but we can always find a way to relate to each other . I like to think that’s why I have fans. They see me and I see them, we’re connected.

HCM. What would you tell someone that wanted to do what you do?                                   Polly P. Do it! Be persistent and make it happen. I would tell them you have to see your potential first and then make others see it by any means necessary.

HCM. Who inspires you? Why?                                                                                                         Polly P. I am inspired by Mother as she was a very unordinary woman. She lived life in a frugal manner and had a very giving heart.

HCM. What has been your greatest success?                                                                                 Polly P. Surviving a deployment to Iraq in 2005.

HCM. What don’t most people know about you?                                                                     Polly P. Most people don’t know that I am British, they assume that because I have an american accent that I have lived in the United states my entire life.

HCM. How can people find out more about you? (twitter, facebook, etc.)

Polly P. IG: Pollyp313
Sound Cloud: Pollyp313

HCM. Is there anything else you want people to know?                                                           Polly P. If I could give everybody in the world one piece of advice it would be to take control of your life and never short change yourself of your own potential. Too many people live their lives caught up in a rat race trying to please everyone else. Life is short – Carpe Diem!

Author: Mr. Hood Critic

Hood Critic Magazine was founded by Holland D. Witherspoon in Bossier City, Louisiana 2013. HOOD CRITIC MAGAZINE was created to cover up and coming unsigned independent artist.