Blanco Caine. I’m everything I rap about: an entrepreneur, father of two and finesser of pretty women. [laughs] I’m an indie artist that happens to have a few hot songs and some solid bars.
South suburbs of Chicago.
Not just rap… I create, package, promote and distribute my product, whether by hand, or I’m funding and helping my partners do the same.
Seriously, as a business, last year. But I’ve been putting rhymes together for over 10 years now.
I was nervous and excited all at the same time. But the moment that beat dropped, it was game time. Go hard or go home, right?
To create generous revenue streams for not only my family and I, but also my partners and their families. Most importantly, I wanna be able to look back and say that I not only broke through, but that I had a career in doing what I love.
Give my fans some timeless music in between the flexing… [laughs] That can make a difference in some of their lives.
Struggle and my kids. Hard times make a tough dude go harder. And for my kids, it ain’t a limit to the lengths I would go.
Nothing. Stress kills. I’m not finna let nothing stress me. Long as I’m still here; I’m in it to win it.
My mixtape White America hosted by Bigga Rankin, Supastar J. Kwik and Vic Lloyd. Look for it this summer—it’s definitely gone be a game changer. I’ve put a lot of work into it, along with the DJs who’ve joined up with me.