Verenzo Holmes interviewed TJ Gibson “Boswavy”, a 19 year old rapper from Augusta, Georgia, who began rapping 3 years ago. His genre of music are hip-hop and rap. His favorite artists are Gucci Mane, Future, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and NBA Youngboy, and his favorite song by another artist is NBA Young Boy's "Red Drum". His audience is street people and fighters. He has performed many times in Atlanta, Charlotte, Augusta, and Myrtle Beach, and his favorite song to perform of his is "Piped Down". His future plans are to perform more places where the venue his bigger and get a contract.
VH: When did you began making music?
BW: I began making music my senior year of high school at age 18.
VH: What made you start making music?
BW: The reason I began making music is because a old friend of mine told the police at school I had marijuana on me and got me expelled from school. That's when i decided to make a song about friends switching up on you.
VH: What is the purpose of your music and message of your music?
BW: The purpose of my music is to get away from today’s stress and problems in society.
VH: What do you like about music the most ?
BW: My vibe and flow in the studio when I’m making music.
VH: What do you feel your best at when making music?
BW: I’m good at my punch lines, switching up flow, making a good chorus and hook, telling real stories, and rhyming.
VH: What are you future plans with making music?
BW: My future plans right now is to keep making more music, performing places, and hope for a contract.
VH: What do you talk about in your songs?
BW: I give real life stories of situation that happen to me or talk about things that I think about daily.
VH: How does your music influence young people?
BW: My music influence young people by telling them the mistakes I made growing up and trouble I got into so they won't do the same things I did.
VH: What is the next step your are trying to accomplishment with your music?
BW: I want to eventually earn a contract and keep performing locally then eventually start performing nationally.