BravoOneHunnit is a rising hip hop talent who released his third official project on all platforms, S.P.A.M., earlier this year. He started making music back in 2003, and after a 10-year hiatus, returned in 2017 harder than ever. We sat down with Jackson, Mississippi emcee BravoOneHunnit to discuss his inspirations, who he’s listening to now, upcoming music, and a lot more.
Where are you from?
I am from Jackson, Mississippi. North Jackson to be exact.
When did you start making music?
It was my cousin Nick P in the year of 2003. He turned on “Like A Pimp” instrumental from the TV and he had the cassette tape playing in the boom box so that we could record and we started freestyling. From there, I found a love for music and I started rhyming and writing from there. I took a 10+ year break from the mic around the end of 2007 and picked it back up in 2017 and been on it ever since.
Who inspired you to start making music?
My cousin Nick P influenced me from the freestyling back in ‘03 and from there, it became contagious.
How would you describe your music style?
I would say a Southern Hip Hop laid back versatile lyricist.
Who are you listening to now?
I listen to a lot of artists. I kind of sit back and analyze the music and I would say my top picks are Big Krit, Yo Gotti, Larry June, Jay Worthy, Westside Gunn, Conway the Machine, Benny the Butcher, J. Cole, Dopeboy Ra, YFN Lucci, G Herbo, Lil Boosie, NoCap, Drake, Lil Wayne, Charlie Pierre, Rich Homie Quan, Derez Deshon, Major Nine, Money Man, and so many more.
What’s your best project or single so far?
I would say all of them have their own style. I would say my single, “Ventilation” was one for the books because that was a rough patch that I had to go through in 2020 and it was all at one time.
Any upcoming releases from you to look out for?
I got an upcoming video that’s going to drop in January and I got the next project, “Suthern Therape II” that’s dropping at the end of January.
Have any shoutouts?
I want to give a shoutout to my family, friends, Just Legendary, Burna Mac, and Pure Precision for their hard work toward the movement.
Want more from BravoOneHunnit? Listen to him on Spotify or wherever you stream music.