Chinese Kitty Talks Being A Female in Hip-Hop & If Reality TV Helped Her

This week on The "212 Come up Show" we had Chinese Kitty pull up to chop it up with Honey German & DJ Suss One. The young Brooklyn artist although being sick but has been hitting that studio everyday in preparation to drop her new tape in April. Speaking on what made her want to enter the music industry she sited her parents as being the biggest influence, "this is something I've been around my whole life, my mom and my father have been in the industry my whole life, they're like a big part of the music industry".

Chinese Kitty also touched upon whether or not being a part of the cast of Love & Hip Hop: Miami helped or hurt her career, "As an artist, I don't know, I feel like since I wasn't on there enough, it didn't damage or benefit me, I look at some rappers, or girls that go on there and their doing it for tv, but thank God I'm not really on there, when they asked me this season I literally told them I'm not dating, having no fights".

'The 212 Come Up' presented by AT&T goes down every Sunday at 10 PM EST, All music played on the show will be New York based and will include tracks from both independent artists and certified New York hip-hop GOATS.

Must be 18 to enter. Click here to submit your music and may the best artist win!!!

Check out Chinese Kitty's Full Interview below...

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