A blazing summary of the song “Royalty” from Indie Label Milliondollah Dreams new artist Fetish from Brooklyn NY.
We had a moment to sit down with Fetish to find out what’s new with her DOPE new single “Royalty”.
1) What keeps you motivate when it comes to your music?
The simple need to release my emotions motivates me to produce music. I have a natural love for writing and the fact that you can deliver one message in various ways. What excites me is the challenge to convey that message in a way that can be grasped by the masses. There are so many people going through similar things with nobody to share those moments with, good and bad. I think its cool to be able to make a song for the general public and still make a personal connection. I live for creative expression of all types. It connects the world.
2) When you think of “Vintage Media Group”, what comes to mind?
What I think of vintage media group is it is a well established music publication with potential to be a media powerhouse.
3) Being that you are from Brooklyn, what is the state of Hip-Hop there? How would you titled your style of music?
Hip Hop in Brooklyn is a reflection of our everyday experiences. The hustle and the hardships have varied over the years and the music adapts accordingly. Right now, we’re in grind mode. I think going though the struggle and/or overcoming it is the highlight of BK’s soundtrack because for so long its been a common reality. We might at times hit the bottom but we never stop fighting to make it to the top. One thing about Brooklyn, we gon be on the map! This is the “coming up” era for us.
4) With your most recent music single “Royalty” is Crazy DOPE, I Really Like It… can you give us some details on how you came up with that song?
The concept for Royalty came from just thinking about self worth. We tend to get so caught up in allowing material things to determine our worth. You need to have a chain, and a watch, and then you have to buss it down. Its so important to literally, display your wealth. Too often we let society dictate who we are or who we should be. Be a bad bitch today and a good woman tomorrow. Be a gangster today and a gentleman tomorrow. As long as you getting that money. I’m basically saying I’m all of the above and I don’t need your validation. I “ball hard, my blood rich”. I’m Royally me! The king and the queen so a crown would be a more suitable accessory and of course, top it off with a buss down. For emphasis.
5) Where can your fans & supporters find you online? Via Twitter, Facebook, etc.?
I have the following social media accounts
6) Who are some of your influences?
Some of my greatest influences include Eve, Biggie, Lauryn Hill, Lil Kim, Erykah Badu
7) Any Last Remarks?
Please follow me on all social media platforms, Thank you
8) How did you come up with the name “Fetish”?
When people hear the word Fetish they automatically think “sex”. While I am a very sexual person, a Fetish can be something much deeper. Something, in my case, someone that is held at such a high standard, almost being worshiped for the powers they are believed to possess. I’d like to consider myself a powerful being and I can definitely arouse a crowd. Any connection that I make will more than likely be intense. I tend to leave a lasting impression so I though it was fitting. Even more so after I created this acronym. Fixated Every Time I See Her (F.E.T.I.S.H)