Blac Chyna steps up to the mic!
On Tuesday, the star of “The Real Blac Chyna” — who is most known for her work on reality TV — showed off her musical talent in a performance as part of the UPROXX Sessions.
In the clip, the 32-year-old — who shares son King Cairo Stevenson with ex Tyga and daughter Dream Kardashian with ex Rob Kardashian — performed a medley of her songs “Cash Only” and “My Word,” both released last summer.
After the clip went viral, several social media users gave Chyna props on her singing skills!
“She did so well... I’m impressed with the growth keep going,” one Instagram user said.
“This is so perfect,” wrote one commenter.
“Baby you killed this @blacchyna,” another added.
Back in November 2017, the “Rob & Chyna” alum opened up to XXL about her surprise career switch.
“What even made me start to think about this venture is like, hey, I’m already in the industry and I done kinda reached the highest of the things I was doing. I’m an entrepreneur, I have a shop, I have Lashed, I have 88 Fin, I done did the TV scene. I done did all that, so it’s like, hey, Chyna, what’s your next big thing?” she said.
“I told myself it’s either two ways you could go with this. You either go music or you could do acting. And I’m like, uh, music. Hello! I’m already around it and most of the people I already know them anyway, so, it should be really easy for me,” she continued. “I feel like if I do need help or if I need mentoring I could call my friends like French [Montana] and Nicki [Minaj] or just whoever for advice and whatnot. I feel like it’s the right way to go.”
As to what music she wants to make, Chyna answered, “I want to make music that reflects me and what’s going on at that present time. You know, it’s kinda like a movie how I’m looking at it. So, if this is happening right now, I want to speak on it right then and there, you know?”
She added, “But at the same time, I still want it to be timeless to where as though, not like telling my whole business, but if I’m going through something the same person is probably going through the same thing. So, I want them to feel like, ‘Damn, if she’s going through this and I’m going through this, it’s not that bad.’”