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Natasha Bianca Interview

We had a chance to chat with Natasha Bianca about her latest single Flex

Hey Natasha, congratulations on the release of your new single Flex! “Flex” is a bold track calling out the superficial online lifestyles and the obsession with validation. What inspired you to write this song?

Thank you so much! The inspiration came from personal observations of how social media can often promote superficiality and a constant need for validation, which can be damaging to mental health. I felt like calling everyone out in this song from the boys club, to internet trolls, online appearances, to anyone running my name trying to tear me down. It’s my anthem to state IM HERE! Im THAT bitch, nothing or NO ONE is going to stop me. It’s very sassy but empowering. 

In “Flex,” you address internet trolls and the boys club. How important is it for you to use your music as a platform to challenge these societal issues?

For me, it is incredibly important to utilize my platform to speak on these topics, as I’ve experienced them firsthand. While I’ve learned to identify and manage situations involving internet trolls and the boys club mentality, not everyone has the tools or resilience to do so. For many in the industry or anyone online facing similar challenges, it can be difficult to navigate these situations, which can significantly impact self-esteem and mental health. Through my music, I’m hoping to provide a voice for those who may feel silenced or marginalized. I want to empower listeners, helping them to recognize their own strength and resilience, and encourage others to stand up against negativity and discrimination.

Your latest releases carry strong messages of empowerment and resilience. How do your personal experiences shape the music you create?

I believe I was entering a new era of Natasha Bianca where I didn’t want to sing anymore heartbreak sad songs. Don’t get me wrong I still love a good Rnb sad song and I might one day release a whole sad girl album, but at my current point in my life I wanted to focus on up-tempo hype music that makes you want to dance, move and feel good. When I’m feeling down I love to listen to music that hypes me up and reminds me I AM that bitch!! For example Megan the Stallion, Doja Cat and BIA are all icons I listen to on repeat who give that energy. I wanted FLEX to give my audience that same empowering energy, reminding them of their worth and resilience.

What advice would you give to young, aspiring female artists who look up to you and want to make their mark in the music industry?

To keep going!! It’s a marathon and not a sprint. There can be so many disheartening moments in this industry that make you want to give up, but you just need to keep striving for the end goal – no matter what that may be. Listen to yourself and your intuition, speak up and be confident with your voice. It needs to be heard!

Being included in the Listen Out 23 lineup alongside big names like Ice Spice and Lil Uzi Vert is a huge accomplishment. What was the experience like?

It was the most incredible experience of my life to date. I still watch back at videos and think “that’s me?”. It was the biggest crowd I’ve performed in front of and they gave me so much energy. The biggest highlight was teaching the crowd the lyrics to one of my unreleased singles so when I started performing they all were all screaming my lyrics and its forever embedded into my memory. 

Looking ahead, what are some of your goals and aspirations for the next phase of your career? Are there any new collaborations or projects on the horizon?

I have my debut EP centered around female empowerment that is set to be released later this year that I’m extremely excited about. I’ve been performing all the songs on the project in my live shows and the crowd response so far has been amazing so I’m very excited to introduce it to the rest of the world. Hoping we’ll be able to include a tour in soon also. 

Reflecting on your career so far, what has been the most rewarding aspect of your journey as an artist?

No matter how much I love the stage and performing connecting with people, the most rewarding aspect as an artist is when I receive a dm from a fan expressing their love of my music, or how much they connected with one of my songs. It’s truly the most heartwarming feeling to know someone can feel their own experiences and emotions through my music. Another super rewarding aspect in my career is looking back from when I started and knowing I’ve achieved everything in my career thus far on my own independently. The music industry is a scary world, and navigating through it is even more terrifying. But being able to collaborate with some amazing creatives in Australia and building a team from the ground up is probably one of the most self-rewarding moments as an independent artist. 

Is there any message or final thought youd like to share with your fans and the listeners who have supported you along the way?

All my supporters have played such a significant role in my career and I love they’re along for the journey. Keep being YOU and remember, you’re THAT bitch!! New music soon… 



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