The Country’s Next Top Female Artist
Hailing from the city of Denver, Landy V is a lyrical female artist that truly represents for the ladies. You can say a mixture of Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim, but the swag of Landy V gives her a unique style that can easily stand apart from any other artist, especially female artists. As there is a growing popularity for female rappers, Landy V’s timing is perfect with something new other than the obvious and the typical that listeners having been hearing of late.
Fortunate with the opportunity to interview the Denver femcee, Landy V breaks down her start into rapping, what she grew up listening to that would eventually inspire to become a hip hop artist, the pros and cons of being a female artist, and much more.
Kulture Vulturez: What got you started in rapping?
Landy V: I started rapping when I was about 14 years old with my brother, but didn’t take it seriously until 18 years old.
Kulture Vulturez: Any artists you grew up listening to or inspired you?
Landy V: Growing up I listen to a lot of R&B and male rappers, not so much female rappers until Nicki Minaj. But when Nicki Minaj did come she really set the bar and was super inspiring, especially how she was rapping and singing and ringing so much character to see it really made me step my game up and I’m sure every other female rapper.
Kulture Vulturez: Being a female artist, do you feel like you have to do more?
Landy V: Not really I feel like you get more attention being a female rapper but you also won’t be treated as a serious rapper. So, you have to really fight for that respect and it has to be strong through your material and your consistency.
Kulture Vulturez: What do you like about being an artist?
Landy V: It is an outlet for me emotionally and music really highlight chapters of your life that you can always go back to and feel at any moment also the ability to do what you love in so many different ways different sounds different styles there’s really no ceiling to be an artist.
Kulture Vulturez: If you could choose do something other than rap, what would it be?
Landy V: I don’t think I have to choose because you can do everything, I want to be a lot more than a rapper. I mean I’m going to be! Acting is a true passion of mine that I am going to pursue, a hundred percent sure about that.
Kulture Vulturez: What are your goals or are you trying to accomplish anything specific?
Landy V: Building my career is very important to me, getting myself financially stable to really play out some of my dream music videos and dream album releases.
Kulture Vulturez: Anything people should be looking out for from you coming up in the future?
Landy V: I’m dropping Quality D June 1st and dropping Didn’t Work June 16th and dropping Girl Like Me August 1st. So a few singles to look out for but really look out for my music video to “Quality D” and “Didn’t Work”.
Follow on Instagram: @RapChicLandy