1. How would you describe your musical style?
I would describe my musical style as poverty influenced. If you listen to my music I really just talk about how I grew up, what I go through day in and day out and my life in general. I come from poverty so this is what I rap about.
2. What is the first album you owned?
The first album I ever owned was “Salute Me or Shoot Me Vol. 3” by Wocka Flocka Flame
3. How do you prepare before going up on stage?
Before going on stage I gotta roll up and practice some of the gestures I want to perform. I may listen to some music and just do what I like to call “get in mode”.
4. If we’re going to buy you a drink, what should it be?
If y’all are going to buy me a drink it should be Dole Lemonade hands down
5. What’s a song that has been stuck in your head these days?
Mo3 x Boosie BadAzz – “Everybody Aint Your Friend”
6. Who’s your favorite artist?
My favorite artists are Nipsey Hussle and Meek Mill
7. Tell us about the first song you made. Was it a success or a failure?
The first song I ever made was a failure that mf was weak asf. Not lyrically but the quality of the audio was wack. I recorded in my home Tarentino bedroom and we used to just fuck around after school.
8. What is the story behind “Hood Love”
The story behind hood love is kind of self explanatory. If you from the hood you know how chaotic and unpredictable life can be. Showing love most of the time people would show love back (realistic speaking). The other some of the time some of the ones that do show love also lose their life or might face more obstacles in life than just the average person. In “Hood Love” and any of my other songs anything that I speak about is true and happened in real life.
9.If you could pick one or the other, what would you choose, the money or the fame?
I would choose the money, no doubt.. I know when it comes to this music industry they both kinda come together, but I would rather have money than be famous..
10.If you could go back in time or in the future, which one would you choose and why?
If I could, I’ll go back in time and make life less complex for myself. I would think more before taking action and make sure I understand what I’m doing. I would also Wanna see my pops one more time or a few more times if possible. I would change my life in a positive way.
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