Singles: “Razor Blades And Steak Knives,” “Go Off,” “Gimme The Loot”; Mixtapes: Freebasing With Kevin Bacon; Albums: My Grandma’s Basement; Guest Appearances: Dizzy Wright’s “Step Yo Game Up”
As-yet-untitled EP, scheduled for this summer
Chris Webby, Rittz, Iamsu!, Young Thug, Vince Staples. He might be a little too big because of the acting shit, but I’m surprised Childish Gambino ain’t on here.”
“Eminem. Redman. OutKast, OutKast, man. They’re a real big inspiration. Ras Kass. Wu-Tang Clan. Shit, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre. Nas. So many people. These are people that, when I heard their shit, I was obsessed, and they changed the way I looked at hip-hop. They were such dope spitters that they made me feel inadequate.”
“I put my mom and my grandma through a lot of fuckin’ hell. Consistently kicked out of school all the time, just runnin’ with the wrong crowd, man, being a dick. Just doing a lot of crazy shit, man. I never put this out there, but I slung dope in school, man. Just did a lot of mischievous, dumb shit, man. I had no respect for authority. I didn’t give a fuck. Horrible, man.”
Singles: “Michigan Shit”; Mixtapes: The Blue Album, The People’s Rapper LP, Season 2; Albums: Unconscious State
As-yet-untitled major label debut album
“I think everyone here deserves to be here. I just think that it’s all about timing, so whoever didn’t make it shouldn’t look at it as a setback. I know when I didn’t make it, I let it fuel me.”
“I’m not saying this because I’m signed to Aftermath, but just like most of America, I grew up idolizing Dr. Dre. And I’m from Michigan, so I grew up idolizing Eminem. So to be on the same label as the two of them is a dream come true.”
“I probably thought I was cooler than I was. I think I’m pretty much the same dude—quiet, reserved. I only want attention when I feel like I deserve it, when I’m on that stage. Other than that, I’m chillin’. I’m cool. Just like in high school, I didn’t get caught up in varsity jackets and cheerleaders. If it came to me, it came to me. If it didn’t, it didn’t. But I was too busy doing me to be concerned about what everybody else was doing.”
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