DMV LBGT Rapper Bossy Candy Barz Aka The Queen Of Gay Rap Is Here To Show The World Never Judge A Book By Its Cover He Has Bars

These last couple of years we have being the spike of local DMV artist on the rise, one of them being LBGT Rapper Bossy CandyBarz aka The Queen of Gay Rap. He is here to show the world he is willing to open the door for others. Tune in to our exclusive interview down below.
Q: Who inspired you to make music?
Bossy CandyBarz: I Was Inspired To Make Music By Being Around Alot Of Straight Men Who Always Rapped Around Me & I Felt Like I Could Do It Too. Im Also Heavily Inspired By Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, & 90’s Lil’Kim
Q: How would you describe the music that you typically create?
Bossy CandyBarz: I Create Music For LGBT People That Can Relate To Me & Bad Bitches
Q: Tell us about your latest project?
Bossy CandyBarz:I Worked On The Project All Throughout The Pandemic, The Project Is Pretty Much Every Side Of My Personality In A Nutshell, It Conists Of Lots Of Nostalgic References From My Childhood.
Q: What is your creative process like?
Bossy CandyBarz: I Like To Be Alone When I Create And Let My Mind Run Free With Things Ive Experienced.
Q: Who would you most like to collaborate with?
Bossy CandyBarz: The Queen Nicki Minaj
Q: What is one message you would give to your fans?
Bossy CandyBarz: Never Sleep On Your Dreams Go For Them
Q: What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?
Bossy CandyBarz: Maybe Acting
Q: Where have you performed?
Bossy CandyBarz:Many Places Around The DMV Are
Q: Which famous musician(s) do you admire?
Bossy CandyBarz: Nicki Minaj
Q: What are your thoughts about the LGBTQ+ community being represented in the music industry?
Bossy CandyBarz:Honestly I Dont Really Like The Representation We Have They Are Either A Viral Internet Joke Or A Friend Of A Female Rapper Or Clebrity & They Are Not Trying To Open Any Doors For The Rest Of Us.
Q: How well do you take criticism?
Bossy CandyBarz: I Take It Well If The Person Or People Arent Just Being Blatantly Disrespectful.
Q: What would you say has been you biggest challenge being music artist in the LGBTQ+ community?
Bossy CandyBarz:The Hardest Part For Me Is Not Really Knowing My Audience & Getting My Music Into The Right Peoples Ears I Also Dont Like To Kiss Ass Or Pay For Promo So This Right Here Is Even A Stuggle For Me Lol.
Q: Tell us about your favorite LGBTQ+ film, TV series, book, play, music, artwork, or person – something that has really resonated with you over the years and why.
Bossy CandyBarz: I Dont Have A Favorite LGBTQ Anything To Be Honest I Like Normal Stuff, Just Because Its LGBTQ Does Not Mean It Excites Me Were All Different Especially Me Lol
Q: Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
Bossy CandyBarz: Hopefully In A Better Situation Its Gods Plan Not Mines.
Q: What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?
Bossy CandyBarz: Yikes I Cant Say Its Too Many But I Got Out Of Trouble Though Lol.
Q: What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Bossy CandyBarz: Be Smart Play Dumb
Q: What’s next for you?
Bossy CandyBarz: Keep Working
 Bossy CandyBarz albumHardcandy is now streaming on al music platforms. Take a listen down below.

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