Kita Boo Interview by DJ Kurupt
Higher Frequency: When was it that you first started recording and releasing music and how did you get into it exactly?
Kita Boo: July 2007. One of my childhood friends made me get on a song with him.. lol. I killed the track and it went up from there.
Higher Frequency: Explain your new song “Jazzy Bitch” what is the meaning of the song to you?
Kita Boo: My interpretation of “Jazzy Bitch” is a female boss with an unapologetic glow about herself. She has a dominating presence and she sets the tone in every room. She’s bold and very confident.
Higher Frequency: You’ve already done a lot in the industry thus far and most artists would have possibly quit the game by now, let me ask you what is it that you’re still here in it right now for like what is it you must get?
Kita Boo: I’m still here because of the vision God gave me. I can’t stop until I accomplish everything that I set out to do.
Higher Frequency: Do you feel you should have been signed by now?
Kita Boo: In the past I felt like I should have been signed but not now I don’t. If the right situation presents itself Kool.. but I’m not pressed about it.
Higher Frequency: Tell us a little about K.B. Entertainment?
Kita Boo: KB Entertainment is my record label which was founded in February 2012.
Higher Frequency: What are some of the things to you that are most challenging being an artist and making your moves thru your own city and the world as an entertainer, are there any challenges like things you may attempt to accomplish, but there’s things in the way of you getting to those goals and ideas?
Kita Boo: I feel that my biggest challenge is patients because I have been putting in work for so long and sometimes, I get frustrated. I used to feel like certain people and situations in my city were in my way or holding me back but now I realize that God was only redirecting my path to something greater and everything will manifest itself in God’s timing. Once I started educating myself on the music business, I started taking the proper steps and I became more powerful and self-sufficient and I realized that NOBODY could hold me back. All I needed was knowledge and consistency.
Higher Frequency: Two things you love about being an artist?
Kita Boo: My influence and my sound. I have a very distinctive voice. I don’t sound like anyone else.
Hot Box Bonus: If you were asked to put one song together with yourself, another rap artist, singer, and the producer with you all in the studio at the same time who would you pick out for this special feature?
Kita Boo: Me, Cardi B, Beyoncé and DJ Khaled