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Blxst Discusses His Grind With Nyla Symone


Blxst is easily one of the fastest-rising artists in the industry right now. Although he is just now receiving the acclaim he deserves, he has been at it for a minute. During his sit down with media personality Nyla Symone, he mentioned his journey started 10 years ago. Blxst’s growth as an artist can be attributed to his strong EAGLE gang team. Each member serves a purpose, and all help him stay on top of it. With consistent quality content and strong strategy, Blxst and his team continue to rise. His team has some of the top talents in their individual crafts. It should come as no surprise they have been able to accomplish as much as they have. Timing is everything and Nyla Symone was able to learn that during their insightful interview.

After naming off all his team, the Red Bull Records creative alluded to his upcoming projects. At the moment, fans of Sixtape should be expecting a sequel soon. The L.A.-born singer/songwriter said that he has been in the studio with Bino Rideaux to knock out part two of their popular series. Nyla Symone did an amazing job explaining when she became aware of his music and pointing out the excitement that came from Blxst’s growth as of late. Everyone’s favorite “Pretty Tomboy” almost got Blxst to disclose a couple of the features on his upcoming project. The talented crooner did a great job of jokingly dodging the question exclaiming that it is a bit too early to share. Be sure to follow Blxst and Nyla Symone on their respective Instagram pages. Lastly, subscribe to Nyla Symone’s YouTube page as she plans to flood the web with tactful interviews all year long. From shows with Coi Leray, spinning records, and making playlists, there’s nothing she cannot do.

Check out the delightful sit-down with Blxst here!

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