Madam Beema – Boss LadyPOSTED ON:
May 17 2021
HHO: Introduce yourself to the fans
Madam Beema: Holà Boss Babes & Gents. I’m Madam Beema, your new favorite rapper, hailing from Flawda. I may sing occasionally but for the most part I’m serving loaded bars from a southern gal’s perspective.
HHO: How did your artist name come about?
Madam Beema: I used to own a 528i, even had goals of a 745. The sheer smoothness of the ride and gription of the road alone makes you fall in love. That ironically translates to my music, the simple clarity of lyrics alone make listeners appreciate the connection. I then utilize my voice inflections to dictate the mood of songs while allowing my sheer rawness & passion grip the beat, this make my fans fall in love. Plus, there’s just something so sophisticated and sexy bout a bigbody Beema. Wouldn’t you agree?
HHO: Where are you from?
Madam Beema: Born & raised on the east coast of Florida to a small city called Ft. Pierce, aka loose county. S/o to #52 Khalil Mack. Honorable mentions go to Tallahassee & Tampa, Florida-both these beautiful cities are considered home away from home.
HHO: Who were your musical influences growing up?
Madam Beema: Definitely Tupac, lyrics matter and, like him, I believe in holding people accountable for the stupid things they say. Lauryn Hill, the Queen, was a huge influence. Shawnna was always lyrically dope & underrated to me. Biggie Smallz. Being from the south I was definitely influenced by, the baddest, Trina and the King TIP.
HHO: What hip-hop albums did you grow up listening to?
Madam Beema: T.I.- I’m serious, Trap Muzik, Urban Legend
Jay-Z- The Blueprint
Ludacris- Word of Mouf
Ugk- Underground Kingz
Lauryn Hill- Miseducation
HHO: What is the current single/project that you are promoting?
Madam Beema: Taboo. Released April 16 2021, this was supposed to be a Valentine’s Day release; which explains the provocative cover art and taboo’d song topics. I usually shy away from speaking on sex and/or my body because 1.) I have so much more to speak on and 2.) It’s a double standard when a woman does it. Society is forever ready to categorize you or place you in a particular box. Not me! I’m a little bit of everything. So when I do my, occasional sex talk- I gotta deliver with surgical precision.
HHO: How did the record come about?
Madam Beema: This is a wonderful time to be a female artist! We’ve never been more recognized. It’s a womans prerogative to speak on whatever she desire. Most talk about sex. It sales! I often challenge myself to speak on an array of subjects, giving my fans music that’s catered to a variety of emotions. But, in my opinion, it wouldn’t be wise to totally neglect the fact that I am a grown ass woman with sexual needs-If I’m truly authentic, I must address those feelings as well! That’s how the album ‘Taboo’ came about. I speak on the things we as woman “aren’t” supposed to speak on.
HHO: What would be your dream collaboration with any rapper or producer?
Madam Beema: Hmmm.. Kendrick Lamar, T.I., Rick Ross, Jeezy, Rihanna, to name a few. Producers: Swizz Beatz, London on da Track, Wheezy, to name a few.
HHO: Are you currently touring or have any upcoming shows?
Madam Beema: No.
HHO: How is the response from your fans & djs been?
Madam Beema: Amazing feedback from my Madams & Gents. So far ‘Heat the P Up’ has out-streamed all others but ‘Fn on Me’ has been added to the most playlists, receiving the most pre-saves. I absolutely love my supporters, they always be wanting more!
Yes, major s/o to the Djs, they’ve been very supportive as well. Dj Too Sweet, Dj Mouse, Dj GranEvil. ‘Taboo’ is in rotation in night clubs, strip clubs, as well as syndicated radio.
HHO: What artists do you listen to the most?
Madam Beema: Burga, Plies, Tom G, J. Cole, Nipsey Hustle, Kendrick Lamar, T.I., Jeezy
HHO: What are your plans for 2021? What are you doing that others are not?
Madam Beema: I have plenty music, dating back to Scuse Me 2012, or even my very first mixtape Beauty & the Beast 2009 hosted by renown Dj Dmallz. It is now time to give the world a visual of my brand. I’m currently shooting videos to my old and new songs and the plan is to serve my fans spicy bars and visuals all 2021.
HHO: How can your fans reach you?
HHO: Any last words or shout outs?
Madam Beema: S/o to all my partners at the top of their game making this movement a success. All videographers [Luq Skywalker], musical engineers [Ess], producers [Fourtune Ave]- R.I.P. Big One Beats, graphics [King$hit Kustoms], street team [Black Dice], and Dj Too Sweet.