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Hottie of the Week: Pairee

div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”a href=”http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-mD93gnSP8Ms/ThO1xdPNMiI/AAAAAAAAD_k/q5eSBjq_cP0/s1600/Colby+Powell.jpg” imageanchor=”1″ style=”clear: left; cssfloat: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;”img border=”0″ height=”320″ i$=”true” src=”http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-mD93gnSP8Ms/ThO1xdPNMiI/AAAAAAAAD_k/q5eSBjq_cP0/s320/Colby+Powell.jpg” width=”212″ //a/divBy Lady Killabr /Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writerbr /br /Many components make up the hip hop game. Most only think of the rappers who drive the hip hop industry. But, when an entire production is being made, there is so much more than what meets the eye. Even some of what meets the eye is overlooked by many.br /br /Pairee is among the members of the hip hop industry often seen, yet still overlooked. With dreams of modeling, Pairee is actively pursuing her dream. Currently, she is signed to Street Kingz Entertainment and will soon be in videos.br /br /Now a part of one of the biggest movements in Baton Rouge, Pairee is very excited. Until her career takes off, Pairee is going to nursing school. While she is confident she will one day become a force in the industry, she has a solid back up plan.br /br /Hip Hop Vibe spoke with the confident Street Queen earlier today. Read the full interview below:br /div class=”content” id=”id.227286023969782″/divdiv class=”content”br /strongHow long have you been modeling?/strong/divdiv class=”content” id=”id.169309993135797″I actually started modeling in high school during my freshman/sophomore year for a department store called the Bon Marche’, located in Seattle, Washington. It was an unpaid modeling intership, if you will. We helped set up events and fashion shows. I was also able to model in some the fashion shows. There was one in particular, called the “Back to School” fashion show. They provided make-up, outfit changes, and cat walk intructions. We did it just like the professionals.br /br //divdiv class=”content”/divdiv class=”content”div class=”content” id=”id.207872845925668″strongWhat was it like growing up in Seattle?/strong/divSeattle is like a second home to me, I was born in Baton Rogue, Louisiana. Wenbsp;relocated when I was seven years old. Seattle was a great place to grow up, it hadnbsp;many opportunites and challenges. It molded me into who I am today.br /br /strongIs there much of a difference between Seattle and Baton Rogue?/strongbr /Yes! Seattle is a fast-paced growing city and always is on the go. Baton Rogue is more laid back and is steady growing, but it has it’s Southern drawl that makes you feel right at home with Grandma or Grandpa. Both cities are home and there is nothing like home.br /br /strongDo you have any gig’s coming up?/strongbr /Yes, I have a couple of things in the works. I havenbsp;a photo shoot, titled “Gemini Shoot,”nbsp;which isnbsp;also a 12 month calendar featuring yours truly, as well as some video shoots, just to name a few.br /br /strongWhat was your feeling when you were informed you were added to SKE?/strongbr /My feeling(s) you mean, because I had a lot of emotions going on all at once. I was very skeptical at first and thennbsp;I did some more research even after everything was official, but overall I was very excited, nervous, ready, inspired, shocked, and thought to self this could possibly be a DREAM come true.br /br /strongWill you be in the upcoming videos?/strongbr /Yes, I will be working with J. Slimm, the head of SKE. He has a video called “Make a Flick” off of his upcomingnbsp;mixtape. I also will be working with Anthony Droze and Marcus Dearbone, to name a few.br /br /strongYou are also studying to become a nurse correct?/strongbr /Yes, that is correct. I am looking forward to reaching that desired dream as well.br /br /strongWhat advice would you offer to younger models coming up?/strongbr /Please do your research if you are ever approached by any type of agency, or entertainment company. Have self respect, because if you have respect for self, no one else can disrespect you or try to get over. Also, make sure you are comfortable with any and all projects: photo shoots, music videos etc. that you are involved in. Last, but not least, have fun and never let any one tell you that you CAN’T, always know that you CAN. You can do anything your creative mind allows.br /br /strongHow important do you believe education is for aspiring entertainers and people as a whole?/strongbr /Education is very important. At the same time it isnt for everyone, but with out it you face a lot of challenges, such as people doubting your intelligence or creativity. It’s also a great back up tool to have if the industry fails you, because nothing is promised. It’s either a blessing or a golden opportunity in life, so always have a plan A. Education and a plannbsp;B. Goal or dream to pursue in life.br /br /strongWhen will people begin seeing your work appear?/strong/divdiv class=”content”Very soon! My calendar/Gemini shoot doesn’t have an official date set yet, but this is just the beginning so STAY TUNED!! It’s going to be a great show. /divdiv class=”content”/divdiv class=”blogger-post-footer”div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”
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