Blac Chyna believes a music career will be ''really easy'' for her because she is ''already around'' the people she needs to be.
Blac Chyna thinks a music career will be ''really easy'' for her.
The 'Rob and Chyna' star has put into action her dream of having a career in the music industry but thinks she'll be able to breeze it as she is ''already around'' the people she needs to be.
She told XXL: ''What even made me start to think about this venture is like, hey, I'm already in the industry and I done kinda reached the highest of the things I was doing. I'm an entrepreneur, I have a shop, I have Lashed, I have 88 Fin, I done did the TV scene. I done did all that so it's like, 'Hey, Chyna, what's your next big thing?'
''I told myself it's either two ways you could go with this. You either go music music or you could do acting. And I'm like, uh, music. Hello! I'm already around it and most of the people I already know them anyways, so, it should be really easy for me.''
It comes after it was revealed Chyna has ''met with four labels'' in a bid to become a rapper.
A source shared recently: ''She's met with four labels and [is] collaborating with very big artists, and there's going to be big news coming soon. Yes, she is trying to rap and no, [it's] horrible. All the majors are listening, and, sadly, she will likely get a deal. If she lands it, somebody will be stupid enough to give her a seven-figure advance ... She wants the music to be right.''
And Chyna is said to be relying on her showbiz pals like Drake and Nicki Minaj to help establish her music career.
The insider added: ''Chyna was offered a deal. A huge record deal. But you never take the first offer ... All of her friends are going to help her out ... Nicki has been very helpful as a mentor and Drake shouted her out 10 years ago on a record ...
''Chyna hasn't wrote a song about the Kardashians but she's thinking about it. She could ... She's exploring all musical possibilities. She's a poet and she's been around the music industry for many, many years. She's well versed.''
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