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Log In. Remember Me. Lost your password? Spread the love. In fact, she hopes people will stop referring to her as a cast member on an MTV show and recognize her as a talented musician.
A fusion of rap and singing and a blend of beauty and boldness have made this babe a sought-after commodity in the industry, but, Chanel admits she is nowhere near where she hopes to be. Whether laid back in a hoodie and sneakers or glammed up in sky-high Christian Louboutins, Chanel West Coast likes to keep it fun. Apparel Provided by: Emily Daccarett. Q: What was it like being on the show? I remember watching it and always loving your laugh and how you seemed to go with the flow despite all the craziness. But one of the craziest things we just did recently for this upcoming season.
It was above and beyond. CWC: Yeah, I definitely want to get into more acting, but I want to do that after my music career really takes off because music is my passion first and foremost. Once that happens, I want to get into doing more film and TV. I started doing acting stuff when I was really little. My mom wanted to get me into it, so she took me to a bunch of auditions and I got a couple little gigs here and there as a kid.
When I feel I have more time, I definitely want to do more acting because I love it. We film two episodes in a day, so the whole season only takes about 10 days.
When did you get your start in this industry? Was this always something you knew you wanted to do? At a very young age, I started taking an interest in it. My mom noticed and helped me to get involved with the choir as well as singing and dancing lessons. Anything as far as performing arts stuff that she could get me involved in she did because she could tell I wanted to do something with it.
I noticed that as a little kid. And it made my mother really want to look into supporting me in that musical direction. Also, my dad was a DJ for like 30 years in New York so that definitely inspired me as well. Q: Describe your first experience playing live. Where was it and how long ago? It was a show I found on Craigslist.
I had gone on the website searching for ways to perform. I was determined to perform in front of people and get my music out there. I had to hustle. I sold enough tickets and was able to perform. What was it like working with such accomplished people in the industry? CWC: I put my heart and soul into that mixtape. And also, having been able to work with some of my idols…Snoop is one of my idols…being able to say I worked with him was pretty crazy.
Q: Describe your sound in three words as a music artist. How would you describe your style? I mean, sometimes I want to dress more laid back and be chill and wear hoodies and sneakers and other days I want to get dolled up and wear Louboutins and feel more glamorous. Q: Do you have any clothing designers or eras of style that inspire you? CWC: Definitely Chanel.
I think Chanel is an amazing brand and not just because I have the same name. As far as shoes go, I love Jimmy Choo. I have absolutely tiny feet, and they always have my size, which is hard to find. I love Giuseppe as well. I also really like a lot of streetwear brands like Volcom and Vans. Are you where you want to be?
Where do you see yourself in five years? CWC: No. I am not where I want to be by any means. I am a perfectionist. I have OCD. I am a Virgo just like Beyonce. Q: What advice can you give to other artists in this highly competitive field who are just starting out and trying to get their name out there? CWC: Never give up!