BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Streets Soprano, a founder and CEO of Trust Nobody Music Group and a member of the Black Soprano Family (BSF), got into music when he was 6 years old, with his passion for the art instilled in him by his godfather.
“With tremendous thanks to Benny the Butcher and the Black Soprano Family movement — because it is about music — it’s helped me realize there’s more in the world,” Streets said. “The community of Buffalo, this is for them, this is for us as a whole.”
He said that doing community events and being a part of the Buffalo music scene has shown him that he can make a change and that everything matters.
“I never want to sound like I’m preaching [in my music],” he said. “I’m definitely trying to encourage the youth or encourage the people to do better. We are better.”
Streets Soprano is working on finishing up his next album, “Nothing Lasts Forever,” and said his listeners can get ready.
Where he got his name: “Streets” has been his nickname since he was 11 and “Soprano” comes from his association with BSF.
What artists inspire Streets Soprano: DMX, The Lox, Styles P, Jadakiss, Dipset
His favorite venue to play: The Showplace Theater
His favorite song of his: Better Than Last Year
His dream concert lineup:
- Benny the Butcher
- Streets Soprano
For more information about Streets Soprano and his music, visit the following links:
Music Monday #21 was filmed at Blue Lagoon Studios, a production studio in West Seneca that specializes in recording, mixing, and mastering.
Music Monday is a weekly series created and produced by Adam Duke to showcase artists from Western New York and their work. To be considered for a feature, email Adam at email@example.com.
Adam Duke is a digital producer who has been part of the News 4 team since 2021. See more of his work here.
(Thumbnail image: Prime Legacy Photography / Courtesy: Trust Nobody Music Group)