Lil B Reflects On ‘I’m Gay’, Calls Himself “A Revolutionary With The Human Rights”
Lil B certainly doesn’t seem to have any worries regarding his legacy in music. In a recent interview with themusic.com, The Based God spoke on the importance of his 2011 release I’m Gay, saying “I definitely think I’m a revolutionary with the human rights, the love, the progression of the human race as a whole…I titled the mixtape I’m Gay and it went against everything – fans, anybody. I said that and I did that and I put it out there. I didn’t ask for any opinion. I just put it out there and that myself to help the world.” Lil B also spoke on his currently untitled “official album” which he claimed to be under 50% complete. Our guess is that there will be plenty of new Lil B music to hold us over before that album comes to fruition.