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Interview with BlackBoy Taste

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Who is Blackboy_taste? Please introduce yourself.

My name is Kareem Oluwatobiloba aka Blackboy Taste. Blackboy Taste is a creative artist, lover of nature, an entrepreneur, student and a child of God.

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Please Give a brief background from the beginning to where you are now.

Art started in my life as a child i guess during creche. I never knew it’d be a part of me even till now. Then it was like having fun with art, i loved it so damn much most especially drawing, it grew up with me. Every where i go I’ll always be with my pen or pencil and as long as i have it with me i could draw on anything.

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What is your favorite thing about being an artist?

I’ll say its my consistent practice that got me here now though its a still a wip buh I’m learning and i can say that I’ve come a long way quite yet.

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What kind of creative patterns, routines or rituals do you have?

– The favorite thing bout being an artist is that i get to inspire a lot through my art.

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What is your most unconventional source of inspiration?

I’ll say nature

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What project are you working on now? Do you have any projects lined up for 2017?

-I think it, prepare it and process it. My recent work “i rock my smile”

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What memorable responses have you had to your work?

– I’m working on completing my series titled (the feminine series) after that something big will be cooking.

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What’s your favorite thing you’ve ever created?

– there’s a lot of them, i can’t pick one.

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What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?

– Do not stop what you find love in doing

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What is / are your hobbies?

First drawing, listening to music, watching movies, making people happy.

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