We had the good fortune of connecting with B. Aquarius and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi B. Aquarius, do you have some perspective or insight you can share with us on the question of when someone should give up versus when they should keep going?
Honestly, there’s no real answer. I talk to God and ask for signs, it’s really hard to just trust your gut or heart sometimes because we as humans can’t always decipher the two. I’d say just stepping out on faith, that’s it.
Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
What sets me apart from others is that I’m multi talented and have a true story or strength and major weight loss behind the reason why I make bounce music aside from big Freedia being a major influence. It was not easy getting where I am today, I have overcome feeling zero support form those closest to me, promoters wanting to use me for my talent and not pay, other artist trying to block things them I’m doing to not get ahead. I’ve learned to just continue focusing on my career and my end goal, I am kind to every artist I encounter and encourage. I stay out the drama and keep my enemies to a minimum.
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Honestly, I’m boring. We’d spend most of the time smoking getting fried, maybe a couple drinks & lots of music. We go out to eat, Maybe an amusement park, bar, movies, chill by the water & yeah that’s about it lol… depending on how I feel, I may cook.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I want to shout out God first and foremost. But a shoutout to my mother for believing in me at a young at and moving forward with any musical thing I wanted to do as a child. Also Big Feedia for just being a genuine down to earth soul to me & the other New Orleans bounce artist and producers who have supported me me and worked with me being as though I do bounce but I’m not from New Orleans.