Broadway Bisc, born Robert Ingram on December 19th, 1987 of Dominican and African-American descent. He grew up on Bryant Ave in Hunts Point neighborhood of Bronx, New York. His eyes opened to music at the age of 11, watching his older brother Gerald Pratt (G-Staxx) and older cousin Edward Smith (E-Flamez) Dj in the bedroom. His older Brother Staxx was a well-known rapper around the neighborhood. So he would mock his brothers rap lyrics to himself in the mirror, in 2003 his brother and a group of friends released a mix-tape called The Movement and it would change Broadway's life forever
At the age of 16 he formed a group named F.Y.B (Front line Young Bucks) that's consisted of childhood friend. The group was short-lived, so Broadway took his career solo at the age of 18 where he begins paying for his own studio time. He started taking his craft a lot more seriously. He caught a little buzz in his area of the Bronx where he saw that people other than his family believed in Him.
So at the age of 21 he started doing shows and traveling getting paid, he also dropped his first mix-tape on Datpiff.com called Don't Sweat My Fresh. He chose that name because the people in his neighborhood always said what up "Fly Guy". Sense that first mix-tape he has been all over the internet, doing countless features and networking. He's dropped a second installment to this Don't Sweat My Fresh series and has sold countless copies all over. At the age of 25 his career is really taking off and it is a matter of time before Broadway Bisk is really shining bright like the Broadway Strip.
Where are you from?
Bronx New York.
How long have you been performing?
For about 10 years.
How Do Want The World To Think / React To The
I want the world to be in awww at my stage presence and lyricism.
Do you write your own lyrics?
Yes I do.
As Of Right Now Today What Do You Think About The Industry?
I think the industry is a lil bit lopsided because it’s going based on a look and not talent .
Since You Have Been working on your craft has it pulled you away or push you in a direction that you didn't want to go?
It has pulled me away from all the partying that someone my age would be doing right now and that’s honestly
Not a bad thing .
If You Can Give Some Advice To All Unsigned / Independent Artist What Would It Be?
Always believe in yourself because someone is listening and everything will work out make sure to keep God first.
If You Can Describe How Hungry You Are For This Rap game In one Word what Would It Be?
How Do You Feel About SWAGGNATION MAGAZINE as A Movement For The Independents?
This a dope platform for us independents to get seen and for our story to get out to the masses.
More from Broadway Bisc soon....