“Where I come from, people resort to the illegal activities and vices that come with being in a low-income community in our society today. I decided to use my musical talents to create a
clean path for my family to get out of poverty and to tell my story at the same time.” Kyasia Webber was born and raised in the South Bronx neighborhood of New York City. Growing up impoverished, Webber found it imperative to make a way to support her family and pay back her mother, who raised Webber and her four siblings all on her own. With a humble and genuine spirit, Webber began a journey into the world of hip-hop under the moniker Kyy Stacks, and she hasn’t looked back.
Kyy Stacks has proven herself to be one of the hardest working rappers on the East coast, and possibly in the entire industry. Day in and day out, her time is spent perfecting her craft in the studio. “You need to have an intense work ethic and a drive to see yourself succeed,” she shared. Kyy Stacks continued, “You need to be willing to do the hard work yourself when others won’t do it and you need to network by creating real connections with people.” Overcoming the struggles that those around her were affected by growing up, the Bronx rapper has set goals for herself both as an artist and as a businesswoman. “In the next five years, I see myself as a multiplatinum recording artist as well as an A&R or record executive because I feel like I have an eye for talent in this industry,” she says.
Back in September, Kyy Stacks released her newest single in preparation for her upcoming EP. The track, entitled P.T.S.D., is a nearly 6-minute-long epic in which Kyy shares moments in her life that have haunted her, but which she has learned to overcome and grow because of. Displaying her talent as a wordsmith and melodic virtuoso, Kyy Stacks excels on P.T.S.D., and the track provides increased excitement for her forthcoming project, which has yet to have been given a release date.