Name: Mr. Ghetto

Age: 24

Reppin’: New Orleans, LA

My style and/or skills have been compared to: Compared to no other.

I started rapping: 12 or 13-years-old.

My standout records and/or moments have been: Walmart and the Super Bowl New Orleans Saints song. I give you the good, the bad, and the half of the sad. If you go to Walmart, you’re definitely gonna see a lady you find attractive. If I see a bad one at Walmart, I’m gonna get at her and get her number. Ain’t no image with me. Why go to the club, when you can go to Walmart? You don’t have to pay $20-30 at the door and you don’t have to buy a girl a drink. Walmart’s that spot.

I’m gonna change the game by: Being that voice for the struggle. They see that New Orleans bounce in the Walmart video, but I speak from my heart. It’s bigger than just party music. “Nobody not perfect, man, we all got flaws/We all felt pain, so we all got scars.”

My goal in hip-hop is: To get it back to when it was real and be one of the greatest to do it.

I’d Like to Work With: Oh, that’s a hard one. I wouldn’t mind doing business with Keyshia Cole or Kanye to The.

I’m gonna be the next: Trendsetter.

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