The main thing about Ghetto Princess is a tattoo artist, that’s what she is above all, she says. But the The 19-year-old is busy with a lot of hectic. Hailing from the north side of Houston, it is one of the newest names. Also under the name Nawf. G, she’s a Youtuber with style and a rapper who has it released music videos with Big Tony and Bo Bundy. She does everything.
In one of her style Videos, Ghetto Princess is economical and shows her fans outfit ideas. She wanted to incorporate anime into her style – which seems insane these days. She even talked about painting some of the pictures sign on her jeans.
For Gen-Zers like her, shows she grew up with like Pokemon and Dragon Ball Z have made it into fashion. She also takes a lot of inspiration from her Explore page on Instagram, which is just in the early 2000s.
We talked to Nawf more. G about her lifestyle and growing career.
How did you get into music? What inspired you to start this career?
I always wrote music as a kid. I recorded myself on YouTube a couple of times. I’ve always written music, but I’ve never taken myself seriously. I don’t know, I just thought it was for fun, in the beginning it was always for fun for me. But I used to be an apprentice at G6 studios, and that’s where I met Andy, and he’s a manager. I just started talking to him and telling him that I want to release a song in the studio just to see how it goes. And basically that’s where it all started.
You are really talented at tattooing and you started doing it at a young age too. What made you start this career?
On my 13th birthday, my mom took me to get my first tattoo. I’ve always loved drawing since I was a little girl and it was just my safe place. I felt comfortable drawing all the time. When I went to the tattoo artist I was talking to the tattoo artist and they were talking to me and they were like, ‘Since you can draw, maybe when you grow up you should become a tattoo artist.’ And that’s stuck with me ever since. I think I was inspired by the tattoo artists because they said, ‘I make my own money’.
You know, they were real fly. They have gold chains, you know, they have their own cars. I wanted to be my own boss.
I was a difficult kid in high school. So I went to an alternative school twice. But the second time I went to an alternative school, I spoke to the art teacher and she really helped me a lot.
She knew I was talented and all. And she invested in me and bought me henna ink, and with that I did hennas on the little kids and the teachers, and I saved $ 300 in three days, and that $ 300 was used to buy all of my tattoo equipment that i needed.
What does this city mean to you as a Houstonian?
I see a lot of pressure all over Houston. It’s funny how bad things are, I think. But I also feel very motivated and inspired by the city.
Spend a lot of time making videos for YouTube? What was the driving factor that made you post this very first YouTube video?
I always watched YouTube videos. Whenever I got home from school or like at school, I just watched YouTube videos. I wanted to be a YouTuber. I wanted to get paid to be a YouTuber like the ACE family or what Jeffree Star, they all receive payments from YouTube. I wanted to be like her, you know, an influencer
You post on your YouTube “Get ready for me” Videos and you love makeup. So how would you say that your makeup reflects your style and you?
I’ve always been an artist, and like before, I wanted to be a tattoo artist, and I was really into makeup and cosmetics. I really wanted to be a beautician. I actually have to upload a new Get Ready With Me on YouTube because I now have a completely different makeup routine.
One last thing, what would you like to say to your fans?
I just want to appreciate everyone who has supported me since I started my own YouTube channel and I really appreciate that. And I really appreciate my haters too, because you only conquer when you have haters.