Who are you & Where are you from?

Well my Artist name is Og BBE and I’m a business man plus a musician. I’m from Miami, Fl. Born and raised Between Overtown & Coconut Grove all my life.

How did your Artist name come around?

My artist name Og BBE came from Black Boy Entertainment my previous record label due to a few years of incarceration. Everyone kind of knew me from the music so after not seeing me for a few years, when people saw me they would just be like what’s up BBE and that just stuck to me.

We know you’ve been in the game for a while but tell our readers exactly how long you’ve been doing music?

I’ve been doing music for at least 10 year but I’ve always been hustling running my own business.

Over time, how do you feel like music has changed?

Over time I would definitely say my music has changed since learning the business side first and secondly giving my fans that raw uncensored gutta street music. Before I was afraid to let it all out. I was afraid of what people might say, afraid it might be too graphic, afraid of what the police would say. I’ve grown and so has my music.

Let our readers know some of the names of people you have worked with?

Notable artist I’ve worked with…

  • Dj Khaled
  • Mike Smiff
  • Jshin
  • Og Boobie Black Bwa
  • Scrilla
  • Kkutta
  • SL the Don

Name some Artist you have not worked with yet that you would like to collaborate?

Artist I would like to work with in the future…

  • Keyshia Cole
  • Chris Brown
  • Stacy Barthe
  • Monica
  • Dr. Dre
  • Diddy
  • Mozzy
  • Meek Mill

What made you get into music?

I’ve always loved music and did my little freestyles but it wasn’t until my boy Terrence Towns was released from prison and started doing production with a group in coconut grove called “Nutt house records” that’s when I took music more serious and started to actually write down my rhymes.

On a personal level, how would you describe yourself?

On a personal level I would describe myself as a street nigga / entrepreneur, that can make things happen in all aspects of life that demands respect and respects others.

Give us a break down: What is your latest single? What are you working on?

new project the Rich & Real Lp inspired my uncle the late Tyrone “Chico” Maycock features single 1900 ft. TD RawBlock & Gang Related ft. Ca$h, GLoso & Nito

Latest singles 

Bo Dilly (ft. Mike Smiff)

1900 (ft. TD RawBlock)

In 5 years, where do you see yourself in this music industry?

I see myself becoming a reflection of either Master P and Jay-Z.

In this music Industry, what is something you’ve learned the hard way?

Things in the industry that I’ve had to learn the hard way is Putting all the negativity, petty nonsense to the side because that will get you nowhere, show love and support to those who support you, Knowing how to handle your money plus when and where to invest it so you can make it count / how to separate the B.S and makes sure your business is in order meaning paperwork.

What are some milestones you would like to achieve in the industry?

Mile stones that I would like to achieve is similar to a Master P blueprint where I can take advantage of all the different revenue streams around me as well as acting, merchandise and music etc…

To close out for your current and future fans, what are some last words and shout outs you want to give?

I wanna give a s/o to the creator “God” my mother Karita, My sister Nene and brothers Tee why, Dr. T Thomas, Lionel, Dashius Clay, Donkplanet and Breez Beatz and Rudy over at IceLife for never leaving my side 

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