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Since retiring from the stripper pole, Blac Chyna garnered mass success in the video vixen world and gained A-list connections which journeyed her into the chamber of reality television and entrepreneurship. Now she is ready to take on a new career as a rapper.

In a recent interview with XXL, Blac Chyna says she has “reached the highest” of her endeavors and pondered upon what she should get into next. The social personality made a decision between getting into acting or doing music and based the structure of her experience as a vixen to take on a rap career.

Last week, a snippet of an unfinished song recorded by Chyna leaked into the worldwide web and the aspiring rapper displays a blatant trap-music vibe despite naming rappers in the likes of Jay-Z, Drake, and DMX as influences.

She appears to be very comfortable with her decision, being that she can call on her notable industry friends like French Montana and Nicki Minaj every time she needed a helping hand.


I’m already around it and most of the people I already know them anyway, so, it should be really easy for me. I feel like if I do need help or if I need mentoring I could call my friends like French and Nicki or just whoever for advice and whatnot. I feel like it’s the right way to go.

Chyna aims for her music to reflect a vibe that combines her own experience along with present times. “I want to make music that reflects me and what’s going on at that present time,” Chyna reveals to XXL. “You know, It’s kinda like a movie how I’m looking at it. So, if this is happening right now I want to speak on it right then and there, you know.”

Despite owning a goal to make melodies with Rihanna, French Montana, Migos, Gwen Stefani and Trey Songz, Chyna tells XXL that she fears people will not take her seriously. She wishes for all her doubters and supporters to give her a chance, and donate an ear to her future works.

Blac Chyna plans of releasing her first serious track before the end of 2017. Watch Blac Chyna discuss her approaching rap career in its entirety above.