Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
One of the brightest new faces in the entertainment industry is Baybiie. She is among the most talented young women in the entertainment industry and she has veteran experience. Ever since she was a little girl, she has been doing ballet. Her passion for ballet led her into other forms of entertainment.
Among her many different talents is modeling. Baybiie has done shows all around the country. In addition to her shows, she has also brushed shoulders with many heavy hitters in the game. Despite her success, she remains focused on the overall goal. The rising talent has been signed to First Amendment Entertainment and is working hard.
Recently, Hip Hop Vibe reached out to Baybiie for an exclusive interview.
Read the entire interview below:
Because you are a multi-talent, do you find it easier to land gigs?
Now it is. Before it was a lil difficult until I started getting some fan base.
How did you link up with First Amendment Entertainment?
Oliva she came to the club I was performing at 1 night and was tracked me down (laughs).
Can you tell us a little bit about your history as a ballerina?
Ballet is my foudation as a dancer. I was three when, I say, a picture of my first ballerina on pointe. I said to my grandmother, "Granny, I wanna do that!" She put me in classes and I fell in love.
Has living in Charlottle helped your career advance forward?
Yes and no. Because I am living in Charlotte I was able to start a fan base and learn new thing to advance into the best artist I can be. But, at the same time, my carrer would have taken off sooner if I were in a bigger city.
How do you feel about being in the entertainment industry?
I love being an entertainer. I love to knowing that my performaces speak to people open them up to new things and make them smile.
Do you feel as though you have a passion for what you do?
Yes, my passion is what inspires me to push forward, to try new things, and to express myself to the fullest. My heart goes into every move I make.
Being so talented, how do you stop the praise from going to your head?
For the most part, I pay it no mind because I'm doing something I love to do. Also. I remember there are so many dancers out there that are just as good, if not better. Last, I'm nothing without my fan base they give me postive feedback that helps feed my passion.
Can you talk about your time as an exocitic dancer?
My time as an exocitic dancer was and is a learning and growing experience. It forcde me to find myself. as a person and grown woman.
How has that experience helped to mold your career?
Most of my fan base was gained frm working as and Exocitic dancer. Most of my pole skills were developed during the two years. It also helped with my tech and connect better with my audience.
Going forward, what projects are you working on?
Well, I will be doing a battle Labor Day week for Atlanta Pride 2011. Aside from Atlanta Pride, I will also be at All-Star Weekend 2012, LA Pride 2012, NYC Pride 2012, just to name a few...
How successful do you see yourself being in the long-term?
Very. I intend to climb to the top choerographing music videos, movies, and concerts. I also, one day like to open a dance studio.