THE MOGUL MINUTE : QT JAZZ " THE CHOSEN ONE OF MUSIC" (INTERVIEW BY THE MOGUL GIRL)
Twenty year old QT Jazz is absolutely awesome. As a singer, dancer, actress, and Sprite P.O.U.R Reporter from Atlanta she is dedicated to her career and education. The ATL Pop Princess is holding her ground and not letting the opinions of others stop her shine. She feels that music definitely chose her. With so much going on in her world QT Jazz is sending out good vibes and love. I really enjoyed chatting with QT Jazz and I'm sure you'll enjoy reading what this beauty had to say. Stay tuned because this young lady is on the verge of greatness. She has opened up for Neyo, Monica, Diggy, T.I. , Tiny and more. Q.T Jazz said "Being an artist is is sharing your life story with the world, flipping through the pages together." So I need you all to turn to the QT Jazz section of your glam books.
1.) The Mogul Girl : QT Jazz I know you love your heels & bags. Do you see yourself launching your own line of heels and bags?
QT Jazz : Absolutely! Its kind of hard for me because I dance. I feel like dancing is one of my niches. So people like to see me in that vibe or that perspective but I absolutely love wearing heels. So any chance I get to wear heels whether I'm going out with Sprite or Coke I wear them. If I'm hosting or an interviewing , its like come on I'm not wearing tennis shoes. So there will definitely be more heels, bags,in the future. More make up and everything.
2.) The Mogul Girl :You get to be on both sides of the microphone as an artist and as a Sprite P.O.U.R reporter. What have you learned from both experiences?
QT Jazz : Wooh let me tell you. I have been in the position as a reporter and working with Sprite P.O.U.R . When you're dealing with artist you get a lot of introverts who only know how to express themselves through art and not through talking or answering questions. So before I sit down to for the interview I to talk to them about random things to make them comfortable. It taught me as someone who is on the other side as an artist , what are they really looking for out of this interview or my answers? That's why I always ask in interviews "Did I answer your question?" I understand I might ask someone "What kind of struggles do they go through?" and with that answer I need another question. So, I definitely learned how to answer questions better. To really just see it from a different side its just way different to be on the other side of the carpet.
3.)The Mogul Girl : What music video did you learn from top to bottom as a child or teen?
QT Jazz : Oh my gosh! My mom had me learn a lot of different routines and stuff especially from Janet Jackson videos. There's a Janet Jackson video when she's on the train , I can't think of the name but I definitely know that one front to back. I've learned a couple of Ciara videos especially "Like A Boy". So its been real in the house and streets. Especially if I was doing a tribute to someone I'd have to learn their choreography , so it got real growing up.
4.) The Mogul Girl : Speaking of your mom. My mom is my everything. What's has your mom taught you that you take to heart?
QT Jazz : My mom and I have a very different type of relationship. She's very much about her business. So the best advice or the thing I cherish the most is when she refers to the industry she reminds me its a business . I get so caught up in the art of it, that she reminds me that , Jasmine it has to make money. So she's always my secret reminder of keeping me on track and grooming me into becoming a women versus just playing in my career.
5.) The Mogul Girl : How excited are you about your EP?
QT Jazz : Oh you don't even know! I'm so excited. Just the feedback I got from the "At Your Best Remix" from my personal friends and people that have watched me promote online. My personal friends have called me and said "I didn't even know you released that but my friend from college told me to check you out" . I'm like but you're my cousin why wouldn't you listen to it initially ? Its gotten to that point where everybody is saying to keep going and keep putting stuff out.
There was a big break between "Heels Bags" and "Tornado" where I just took time to out to just learn some things. So putting out new music and new stuff is the best feeling in the world.
Interviewing QT Jazz was so much fun. She's very energetic, driven, and delightful .
I'm sending a special shout out and thank you to La Tasha from The Mogul Minute.
QT Jazz "At Your Best Remix"
Xscape Tribute "Understanding Cover" by Zonnique , QT Jazz, Bahja, and Kelsie .
To stay in touch with QT Jazz
Instagram : @qtjazz
YouTube : @qtjazz
For more on the QT Jazz Collection visit www.qtjazz.com
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