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Big Time Rush Q&A

Apr 11, 2011

Big Time Rush isn’t just a band and it isn’t just a TV show, it’s Kendall Schmidt, James Maslow, Carlos Pena and Logan Henderson. Check out a Q&A with the guys right here on Kidzworld!

Kidzworld: What’s your favorite food or vice to get you through a long recording session?

  • Logan: As bad as it is…coffee. I usually take down a couple of cups during a session.

Kidzworld: What song on your album doesn’t get enough love that people should really listen to?

  • Logan: We have so many great songs on the album, but one of my personal favorites is “Nothing Even Matters.”

Kidzworld: What kind of music did you grow up listening to?

  • Logan: I grew up with the Beatles, B.B. King, Elvis, Eric Clapton, Aerosmith, Incubus, Taking Back Sunday, Radiohead and Michael Jackson.

Kidzworld: What boy bands out there do you think are great, and why?

  • James: Looking at the past, ‘NSYNC was the greatest in my opinion. They literally spent years rehearsing before they did any major tour and thanks to that, they were a well-oiled machine. Justin Timberlake is a prime example of how a truly talented artist can then transition from a group into a successful solo career, and the lesson I take from that is to never stop training and striving to get better.
Big Time RushCourtesy of Sony Music

Kidzworld: Who are your celebrity crushes?

  • James: I have had a crush on Emma Watson since the first Harry Potter. No, I haven’t met her yet, but a guy can hope.

Kidzworld: What do you look for in a girl?

  • James: For me to be interested in a girl, she has to have an outgoing personality and a passion of her own. Low maintenance is nice, too.
Big Time Rush and Snoop DoggCourtesy of Sony Music

Kidzworld: Why do you think Snoop Dogg wanted to work with you?

  • Carlos: We were very excited when we found out that Snoop Dogg wanted to do the show. He told us that his daughter was a big fan and that once he knew that, it was a done deal. In his many years of doing shows and videos, his daughter had not once wanted to come to the set as much as she did for the Big Time Rush/Snoop “Boyfriend” video!

Kidzworld: What was it like working with him?

  • Carlos: Working with Snoop was just as awesome as anyone might think. He met all of our expectations and more. He’s just as cool and relaxed as he appears.

Kidzworld: You’ve worked with Snoop Dogg now, but who are your dream collaborators?

  • Carlos: We would love to work with Justin Timberlake. We all look up to him very much and it would be a dream to collaborate on a song with him.

Kidzworld: What song on your album doesn’t get enough love that people should really listen to?

  • Kendall: Thankfully, our fans give a lot of love to all our songs. That is why we have the best fans in the world.

HAVE YOUR SAY: Who is your fave Big Time Rush member? Let us know by leaving a comment below!

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sijada4

sijada4 wrote:

all because all are equal and good friends and cute tooooooooooo
commented: Sun Apr 06, 2014

bigsista

bigsista wrote:

kendall is my fav
commented: Sat Jun 01, 2013

soulwars

soulwars wrote:

mine is james! but kendall is so sweet!
commented: Fri Aug 03, 2012

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