San Francisco’s @cryssycola just released her latest single “Wet”, where she calls out haters and cements her place as an artist to watch out for in Northern California. Read more about “Wet” here. Below is our interview with Cola about what sparks her creativity and what makes her Cola. Follow her on IG: @cryssycola. (Artist Submitted)
Thizzler: Where are you from? How was your upbringing?
Cola: I’m from San Francisco, specifically Dolla Hill aka Diamond Heights. Growing up was life in the hood, my moms and pops were on dope and welfare. My pops in and out of jail. I started hustling as a teenager and sold drugs – always wrote poetry.
T: How did you begin making music?
Cola: I started writing songs in federal prison just said fuck it one day. I always been on beat shit I don’t consider myself rapper or singer even tho I do both, honestly I just be vibing, bored, or emotional.
T: How did you get your rap name?
Cola: My rap name comes from my body, i’ve always been a lil curvy so…
T: How would you describe your musical style?
Cola: My music is just about experience. Real shit. It’s not necessarily what I go out and do today or everyday, but shit I’m still out here, period.
T: Tell me about “Wet”, what inspired the record?
Cola: I woke up one night and wrote “Wet” and another song. I was irritated about some shit going on that day between these fake bitches and baby daddy problems, I wrote wet and another song called call “The Ref” which will be dropping soon.
T: How is it different than previous works?
Cola: I don’t like my previous work. As you make songs you get better and I don’t sound the same as two years ago. I’m still working on my craft tho.
T: What message do you want fans to walk away with after listening?
Cola: After listening to “Wet” fans should be feeling good about themselves. I like making songs to get people hyped to feel your self confidence.
T: What’s next?
Cola: I got more singles on the way just working on visuals so stay tuned!