#GINGERBUNNZ | PODCAST: Redefining the rules of Millennial Music Street Hustling
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I’m out the hood, but close enough to feel the danger
Coke money slowing up we had to switch the lane up
Niggas had they hands out the second that we came up
Like pitchers on the mound we had to watch for the change up
Lyrics from the track “Trusting People”
Gingerbunnz understands the odds, stereotypes, pain, struggles, and rewards that come with the music business. Her ability to analyze a life-changing situation in real-time and detect truth or bullshit is a rare quality she possesses—the musical journey of Gingerbunnz streams like a VH1 “Behind The Music” documentary.
The path of greatness entails death-defying moments that derail and discourage most people and catapults others to upper echelons of success. Gingerbunnz childhood roots provided a rock-solid foundation and enabled her always to remain self-made.