Today, we are interviewing YungGlitzyBoy, known as Cory Campbell, also known as BTR Cory, straight from Chicago, Illinois. He started off as an actor and then started doing YouTube in free time but has found the amazing talent to be able to rap, which gained him lots of followers and supporters on Instagram and quickly gained fast clout on dropping his first song viral moment remix. He plans to continue to drop more music and stay on top of the game!
Please tell us something about yourself.
I’m very active, and I love to work on my dreams all day every day.
How did you get into what you do right now? Please tell us more about your journey.
I got into rapping by friends telling me my lyrics are fire, and I just start taking it seriously so I can spread my music to people.
Who are your role models?
Polo G, Lil Durk, Michael B. Jordan, and Kevin Hart.
What inspires you?
Money, success, and watching other people succeed.
Please tell us about your Record Label.
BTR records stand for Born To Rise records that I made up because I and my other artist King Jaw and Swae Wae are on the rise for sure and will rise. I’m the leader of our record label, and all my artists get 100% of their earnings.
What’s your most memorable experience?
The most memorable experience is getting contacted by big artist managers to meet up and go on tour.
Which social media channels work best for promoting your work?
I mainly promote it on Instagram and Snapchat, I say song coming soon, and if they like the snippet, they click on it.
What’s your greatest fear?
My greatest fear is giving up.
Looking back, what’s one thing you wish you understood better before you ever got started?
I wish I understood a lot of people would try to start stuff with me and get me in drama to get me out of character and ruin my name.
What are the strategies that helped you become successful in your journey?
Talking to a big artist through FaceTime, asking for advice, and watching my manager take over into music marketing, helping me get on blogs and press sites.
What keeps you going when things get tough?
My mom, my money, and artists keep me going.
Any message for our readers.
Keep y’all head up no matter how rough time gets, God has a plan for everyone.
How can people connect with you?
Connect with me through Instagram; that’s the only app I stay on 24/7.