IAA:  What city and state are you from?

MSCHYCITY:  I was born in Harvey, IL (Chicago Suburbs), raised in Minneapolis, MN. Right now I reside in Dallas, TX.

IAA:  What is your music background?

MSCHYCITY:  I’ve always loved to write poetry to express my thoughts and feelings since I was 11 years old. Back then I was very shy. Even my mom had no idea I had such talent. I kept it hidden while branching out and turning some of my poems into actual songs. After moving to Dallas in 2009, the main radio stations would always play a lot of local artists, right along with mainstream artists. It was highly motivating. I then started recording my own music. My first released track was called “D-Town”. Since then I continue to record, perform, and travel for projects.

IAA:  Why do you want to record and release your own music?

MSCHYCITY:  I am determined to succeed with the talent I am blessed with. I believe if you have a talent it should be displayed. I enjoy making music. I admire learning and expanding my vocabulary to better express my thoughts. I record my music because my goal is to be a mainstream artist right along with Nicki Minaj, who I am a big fan of by the way. These days there’s one female MC artist mainstreamed at a time.  Because our styles are absolutely different, I want to change that. There can and will be more than one main female MC artist.

IAA:  What are your songs about?

MSCHYCITY:  My songs are mainly about what comes along with life. That could be about an experience I went through, or someone I knew, whether it’s a success or failed experience. Independence and confidence. The good and bad of love. Or make them dance with club bangers flowing about nightlife and the ego that comes with it.

IAA:  Who is your fan base directed towards?

MSCHYCITY:  Other than having a mature audience, ages 18-35, there is no specifics when it comes to gender or race. My bittersweet flow naturally attracts both men and women of any ethnicity.

IAA:  Who are your musical influences?

MSCHYCITY:  Definitely Missy Elliot, Shawnna, and now Nicki Minaj. Their styles are all very different, but they still are highly talented female artists.  I’m also highly influenced by a lot of R&B artists like Lauren Hill, Beyoncé, Jazmine Sullivan, and now K-Michelle.

IAA:  How would you describe your music to people?

MSCHYCITY:  My music is lyrically bittersweet. Spunky mixed with sexy. Very versatile on the style of rhythm beats I write too. I can make you dance, but I can also make you chill with a constant head bob listening to every single word.

IAA:  What makes you stand out from other artists?

MSCHYCITY:  My consistency is what’s going to blow people’s minds. I’m very passionate about my music, you can hear it through my delivery. I will be myself, say what I feel, say what I think. Mainly my bitter sweet character along with my own unique style will attract many.

IAA:  What are some upcoming projects you are currently working on?

MSCHYCITY:  I am currently working on a very deep song called “Get Strong” using a syncopated bounce style. I’m very excited about the release. The track “Judy Booty” by Sean Napalm featuring myself was released worldwide August 1st, 2012 on many distributed websites, which is currently being performed throughout the DFW and surrounding area night clubs and venues.

IAA:  What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

MSCHYCITY:  My career goals consist of my talents of a female artist being highly recognized.  I am confident that I will become mainstream. In the next 10 years I see myself fully successful in the music industry, not only continuing to make music, but one day help with producing music videos for myself and other artists. I will add more value with my Graphics and Multimedia degree.

IAA:  How can fans access your music and contact you?

MSCHYCITY:  All my fans can access my music at:



Contact me via YouTube, Reverbnation, Twitter ,and Facebook searching “MsChycity”.

For booking Contact: Luvchy2@yahoo.com














  1. Wow! Highly impressed and moved by this article. I hope to see your face on the big screen! Though I dont know you personally but reading the interview and then listening to your music your so positive, highly talented, and you seem highly intelligent just based on your articulation. Keep up the amazing work Chycity!
    -New Fan

  2. I’m not surprised to c my bestie interviewing already. 🙂 She’s climbing a never ending ladder and I’m right behind her in case she falls down a few steps. Keep Faith! I LOVE U MSCHYCITY!

  3. MsChyCity representin’ baby! Success is in order, your time is here. Make sure you continue to stay authentic as you are. Love you. MSCHYCITY REPRESENTER RIGHT HERE ALL DAY!!!!!!!!!!

  4. I already told you that you’re a natural Star! Keep pushing for success, stand tall and be true to yourself! BTW I love your Swagg Girl!!

  5. I like it, love it, who could ever hate this. Lets keep it real, you are doing it big keep up the great work. Your style is unique just like the one’s you look up to. So you can’t do nothing but appreciate that. And I adore this picture, it makes a bold statement about you and where you are taking your career to. Nice. All I have to say is when them haters start hating hard, just know you’re doing something right.

  6. Chy,
    you will go all the way to the top with your style you keep your audience highly entertained & left wanting more you go girl!!!!!!:)

  7. I had no idea who you were until I read this interview…but I think Im now your #1 fan!! I LOve the Interview AND YOUR MUSIC!! I love how your a VERY talented female artist who is not trying to beef with other female rappers to make it. You respect them all. You just continue to make music that is entertaining. Your style is different then what is mainstreamed and I KNOW your going to make it. Your my new favorite female artist that is not getting the recognition you deserve!! Keep your head up MsChycity and claim it!!

    ~ Maitia

  8. You are a very good rapper and determined and passionate about your music I have a lot of respect for the dedication nd the time u put in your music keep up the good work.

  9. Ay Im proud of you girl!! Keep up the hard work! If you tired as fuck, Just know that that’s when you’re doing your damn thing. When these penny loafer knock off everything wearing bytches start hating on you, That’s when you know you doing your damn thing! I love you sis!!! On behalf of GYE! Keep it up! -kaotic

  10. Your music is very unique. You are brave and stand tall amongst all things. Your confidence is intriguing. Keep letting music shine through your soul.

  11. The industry has been starving for something fresh for years. I must say, you were well worth the wait. Just as a light is made to shine, you were made to dominate and dictate the moves of entertainment. I look forward to what you will do with the platform as you inspire and encourage others to not only chase their dreams but live beyond them. Some young lady somewhere is about to pursue her dream because you did!

  12. I must say this truly the most talented and dedicated female artist I have ever worked with and not only that, she is also a very humble and driven person who deserves her spotlight…….so she can WRECK THA SHIT!!!!! Luv ya sis!!!!!

  13. glad ta see that its all bout ta blow up for u girl , i still need u ta write that rap part on my song for me , tryn ta get u before i have ta go thru bout 20 people , believe me i will get that way. but any way much success ta u cause i kno its comin , dont forget ya boy..