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“Hollup!” The BanjoBoss is at it again, calling herself a Walking Bank as she counts Bankrolls in her corner office in the rap business.

Nina Blanka, the “BanjoBoss,” deemed the “next the blow” by rap maven, Greg Street, has worked behind the scenes with some of the world’s top artists. As the Manager of the celebrity favorite, Hot Beats Studios, Nina Blanka has honed her craft by her involvement in some of the hottest music to emerge from the South. Hot Beats is the recording haven and launching pad for world-renowned artists such as Lil’ Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Drake and others. In addition to serving as Manager of Hot Beats, Nina is also the personal assistant to studio owner Russell Freeman who multi-tasks as A&R for Epic/Sony Records and L.A. Reid.

Having paid her dues as a proven professional Nina Blanka also has a full-time job as an emerging MC. With an uncanny ability to “turn up” the party, the BanjoBoss has definitely got her checks right and is cashing in on her management skills AND taking charge of her life and the rap game. Most recently and for the second year in a row, The BanjoBoss headlined for Atlanta’s Annual Stunt-Fest Car & Bike Show. Nina is also in high demand at Atlanta’s clubs and over the airwaves. Her first single “Hollup,” produced by Producer of the Year and Grammy Nominated, Sonny Digital, featuring Basketball Wives-LA star, Bambi reached #11 on the UK Indie Soul Music Chart and received major play on KBLZ FM, Texas; WVEE and WHTA FM, Atlanta, and WIKS FM in Greensville, NC. Nina has also been seen on the VH-1 reality series, Love and Hip-Hop, Atlanta.

They say there is not enough room at the top but Nina Blanka plans to disprove that theory by carving out her own niche in rap’s competitive landscape. Working along side Atlanta's best engineer/producer Ray Forte, better known as Shawtyfresh amongst the music industry, they've collectively created a style like no other. Nina’s, “Count-up music”, as they call it, is an authentic combination of Atlanta swag fused with the heartbeat of Detroit. “Count-up music is music that makes you want to party and get money,” says Blanka. And if the “BanjoBoss” has it her way, a turned up party is just another day at the office.

Mixtape Coming: BanjoLingo Hosted By V-103 Greg Street & Dj Funky of the Coalition Djs

Follow @Nina_Blanka on twitter!

IG: @NinaBlanka

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“Hollup!” The BanjoBoss is at it again, calling herself a Walking Bank as she counts Bankrolls in her corner office in the rap business.

Nina Blanka, the “BanjoBoss,” deemed the “next the blow” by rap maven, Greg Street, has worked behind the scenes with some of the world’s top artists. As the Manager of the celebrity favorite, Hot Beats Studios, Nina Blanka has honed her craft by her involvement in some of the hottest music to emerge from the South. Hot Beats is the recording haven and launching pad for world-renowned artists such as Lil’ Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Drake and others. In addition to serving as Manager of Hot Beats, Nina is also the personal assistant to studio owner Russell Freeman who multi-tasks as A&R for Epic/Sony Records and L.A. Reid.

Having paid her dues as a proven professional Nina Blanka also has a full-time job as an emerging MC. With an uncanny ability to “turn up” the party, the BanjoBoss has definitely got her checks right and is cashing in on her management skills AND taking charge of her life and the rap game. Most recently and for the second year in a row, The BanjoBoss headlined for Atlanta’s Annual Stunt-Fest Car & Bike Show. Nina is also in high demand at Atlanta’s clubs and over the airwaves. Her first single “Hollup,” produced by Producer of the Year and Grammy Nominated, Sonny Digital, featuring Basketball Wives-LA star, Bambi reached #11 on the UK Indie Soul Music Chart and received major play on KBLZ FM, Texas; WVEE and WHTA FM, Atlanta, and WIKS FM in Greensville, NC. Nina has also been seen on the VH-1 reality series, Love and Hip-Hop, Atlanta.

They say there is not enough room at the top but Nina Blanka plans to disprove that theory by carving out her own niche in rap’s competitive landscape. Working along side Atlanta's best engineer/producer Ray Forte, better known as Shawtyfresh amongst the music industry, they've collectively created a style like no other. Nina’s, “Count-up music”, as they call it, is an authentic combination of Atlanta swag fused with the heartbeat of Detroit. “Count-up music is music that makes you want to party and get money,” says Blanka. And if the “BanjoBoss” has it her way, a turned up party is just another day at the office.

Mixtape Coming: BanjoLingo Hosted By V-103 Greg Street & Dj Funky of the Coalition Djs

Follow @Nina_Blanka on twitter!

IG: @NinaBlanka

 

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“Hollup!” The BanjoBoss is at it again, calling herself a Walking Bank as she counts Bankrolls in her corner office in the rap business.

Nina Blanka, the “BanjoBoss,” deemed the “next the blow” by rap maven, Greg Street, has worked behind the scenes with some of the world’s top artists. As the Manager of the celebrity favorite, Hot Beats Studios, Nina Blanka has honed her craft by her involvement in some of the hottest music to emerge from the South. Hot Beats is the recording haven and launching pad for world-renowned artists such as Lil’ Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Drake and others. In addition to serving as Manager of Hot Beats, Nina is also the personal assistant to studio owner Russell Freeman who multi-tasks as A&R for Epic/Sony Records and L.A. Reid.

Having paid her dues as a proven professional Nina Blanka also has a full-time job as an emerging MC. With an uncanny ability to “turn up” the party, the BanjoBoss has definitely got her checks right and is cashing in on her management skills AND taking charge of her life and the rap game. Most recently and for the second year in a row, The BanjoBoss headlined for Atlanta’s Annual Stunt-Fest Car & Bike Show. Nina is also in high demand at Atlanta’s clubs and over the airwaves. Her first single “Hollup,” produced by Producer of the Year and Grammy Nominated, Sonny Digital, featuring Basketball Wives-LA star, Bambi reached #11 on the UK Indie Soul Music Chart and received major play on KBLZ FM, Texas; WVEE and WHTA FM, Atlanta, and WIKS FM in Greensville, NC. Nina has also been seen on the VH-1 reality series, Love and Hip-Hop, Atlanta.

They say there is not enough room at the top but Nina Blanka plans to disprove that theory by carving out her own niche in rap’s competitive landscape. Working along side Atlanta's best engineer/producer Ray Forte, better known as Shawtyfresh amongst the music industry, they've collectively created a style like no other. Nina’s, “Count-up music”, as they call it, is an authentic combination of Atlanta swag fused with the heartbeat of Detroit. “Count-up music is music that makes you want to party and get money,” says Blanka. And if the “BanjoBoss” has it her way, a turned up party is just another day at the office.

Mixtape Coming: BanjoLingo Hosted By V-103 Greg Street & Dj Funky of the Coalition Djs

Follow @Nina_Blanka on twitter!

IG: @NinaBlanka

 

yo this is hot sexy lady with a great voice

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She's hot enough to be a model but the bankroll track isn't gonna fly honey. Drop the autotune and just rap your own way because you coming off sounding like a female future!

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hmm this could so much better

i mean the beat could b great

her flow is there but her voice or wat eva i hear sucks

hmm ill slow her down

bump the bass

dubstep it

i hate doing extra but i deal wit it

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“Hollup!” The BanjoBoss is at it again, calling herself a Walking Bank as she counts Bankrolls in her corner office in the rap business.

Nina Blanka, the “BanjoBoss,” deemed the “next the blow” by rap maven, Greg Street, has worked behind the scenes with some of the world’s top artists. As the Manager of the celebrity favorite, Hot Beats Studios, Nina Blanka has honed her craft by her involvement in some of the hottest music to emerge from the South. Hot Beats is the recording haven and launching pad for world-renowned artists such as Lil’ Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Drake and others. In addition to serving as Manager of Hot Beats, Nina is also the personal assistant to studio owner Russell Freeman who multi-tasks as A&R for Epic/Sony Records and L.A. Reid.

Having paid her dues as a proven professional Nina Blanka also has a full-time job as an emerging MC. With an uncanny ability to “turn up” the party, the BanjoBoss has definitely got her checks right and is cashing in on her management skills AND taking charge of her life and the rap game. Most recently and for the second year in a row, The BanjoBoss headlined for Atlanta’s Annual Stunt-Fest Car & Bike Show. Nina is also in high demand at Atlanta’s clubs and over the airwaves. Her first single “Hollup,” produced by Producer of the Year and Grammy Nominated, Sonny Digital, featuring Basketball Wives-LA star, Bambi reached #11 on the UK Indie Soul Music Chart and received major play on KBLZ FM, Texas; WVEE and WHTA FM, Atlanta, and WIKS FM in Greensville, NC. Nina has also been seen on the VH-1 reality series, Love and Hip-Hop, Atlanta.

They say there is not enough room at the top but Nina Blanka plans to disprove that theory by carving out her own niche in rap’s competitive landscape. Working along side Atlanta's best engineer/producer Ray Forte, better known as Shawtyfresh amongst the music industry, they've collectively created a style like no other. Nina’s, “Count-up music”, as they call it, is an authentic combination of Atlanta swag fused with the heartbeat of Detroit. “Count-up music is music that makes you want to party and get money,” says Blanka. And if the “BanjoBoss” has it her way, a turned up party is just another day at the office.

Mixtape Coming: BanjoLingo Hosted By V-103 Greg Street & Dj Funky of the Coalition Djs

Follow @Nina_Blanka on twitter!

IG: @NinaBlanka

 

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Nah bruh...this is straight garbage. Number one, she's BLATANTLY copycattin' someone else's style. Number two, autotune? In 2013? Number 3...the song isn't saying ANYTHING that really catches people's attention. I can hear 100 other "Bankroll"s. Try doing something original, something unique...this is trash for real. Will get zero play by me.

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“Hollup!” The BanjoBoss is at it again, calling herself a Walking Bank as she counts Bankrolls in her corner office in the rap business.

Nina Blanka, the “BanjoBoss,” deemed the “next the blow” by rap maven, Greg Street, has worked behind the scenes with some of the world’s top artists. As the Manager of the celebrity favorite, Hot Beats Studios, Nina Blanka has honed her craft by her involvement in some of the hottest music to emerge from the South. Hot Beats is the recording haven and launching pad for world-renowned artists such as Lil’ Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Drake and others. In addition to serving as Manager of Hot Beats, Nina is also the personal assistant to studio owner Russell Freeman who multi-tasks as A&R for Epic/Sony Records and L.A. Reid.

Having paid her dues as a proven professional Nina Blanka also has a full-time job as an emerging MC. With an uncanny ability to “turn up” the party, the BanjoBoss has definitely got her checks right and is cashing in on her management skills AND taking charge of her life and the rap game. Most recently and for the second year in a row, The BanjoBoss headlined for Atlanta’s Annual Stunt-Fest Car & Bike Show. Nina is also in high demand at Atlanta’s clubs and over the airwaves. Her first single “Hollup,” produced by Producer of the Year and Grammy Nominated, Sonny Digital, featuring Basketball Wives-LA star, Bambi reached #11 on the UK Indie Soul Music Chart and received major play on KBLZ FM, Texas; WVEE and WHTA FM, Atlanta, and WIKS FM in Greensville, NC. Nina has also been seen on the VH-1 reality series, Love and Hip-Hop, Atlanta.

They say there is not enough room at the top but Nina Blanka plans to disprove that theory by carving out her own niche in rap’s competitive landscape. Working along side Atlanta's best engineer/producer Ray Forte, better known as Shawtyfresh amongst the music industry, they've collectively created a style like no other. Nina’s, “Count-up music”, as they call it, is an authentic combination of Atlanta swag fused with the heartbeat of Detroit. “Count-up music is music that makes you want to party and get money,” says Blanka. And if the “BanjoBoss” has it her way, a turned up party is just another day at the office.

Mixtape Coming: BanjoLingo Hosted By V-103 Greg Street & Dj Funky of the Coalition Djs

Follow @Nina_Blanka on twitter!

IG: @NinaBlanka

 

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