Tony PABA Interview

Tony PABA Interview

Tony PABA Interview


Tony PABA makes music that is hot and “COLD.” Beautiful guitar riffs compliment Tony PABA’s relaxed flow. A combination of rapping and singing really helps to bring out the characteristics of Tony PABA’s personality. Heartfelt rhymes and breathless flows perpetuate throughout Tony PABA’s music. The music is sincere and the beats are catchy. Tony PABA is about to go VIRAL!


Watch out Post Malone and 21 Savage because Tony PABA is the new “Rockstar” on the scene. Tony PABA gives Usher a run for his money with his sweet and soulful vocals. R&B and rap are a beautiful combination and what we need in today’s world. With clean mixes and well-produced beats, Tony PABA’s music has it all. If you like old-school rap and good R&B, you have to check Tony PABA out. Recently, we interviewed Tony PABA.

Rock the Hip Hop Interview with Tony PABA

Where are you from?

West Palm Beach FL, but grew up in Covington GA

How has your city influenced your sound?

My city influences my sound by the raw emotion in the area, it’s a small city filled with a lot of big dreams that everybody can’t seem to grab but at the same time it’s a lot of energy here because of it so the energy and emotion are reflected in my music.

What instruments do you play?

I try to dabble a bit in guitar, not much luck so far lol but it’s a work in progress.

What’s your best performance?

My best performance has to be when I performed for the first time at this event called D-day honoring the fallen DJs in FL in my late uncle’s honor, I surprised myself with my lack of nervousness to perform for the first time.

What is your worst performance?

Similarly, is also D-day, however, it wasn’t a bad performance it was more of a bad experience. The reason being is that I walked in front of these big, loudspeakers, and it sent feedback right into my ears as I was performing.

Tell us about your newest single.

My newest single “Madness” is about the wild uncouth lifestyle and how the person you thought would always be down for the ride really isn’t cut out for it like you thought.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

In 5 years, I see myself very successful and striving for more along with some top albums and singles, a few awards, and a loving fan base that I’ll be making proud not to forget the house on the hill. 

Does your family support your musical journey?

My family is extremely supportive of my musical journey, mom and pops are my managers and my oldest sister does all my art covers, and my other sister helps keep me grounded and gives good feedback. 

Who do you want to collaborate with?

My dream Collabs are Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Ozzy Osbourne, and Post Malone. Just to name a few.

Any new projects you are working on that you want to share?

I have a few EPs I’m putting together, all with different vibes and stories to tell, no confirmed dates yet but expect a journey for each one. 

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