It started with this album. “Gang Related” came when I was in London, I was still writing my album, and it was like a real album, but I was only listening to the music and was not really working at it. So I was working on this album, “Gang Related”, but it’s the kind of music you can listen to and make out a verse and you can feel a rhyme. You can’t make the beat, you can’t write the words, but you still feel what’s going on.
Is it something you thought about for a really long time?
The thing that helped me to make a conscious decision was after the release of “Gang Related”, it was getting attention. That was when I really knew that I needed to leave my mark or do something different. I wanted to do a project with other people and make a record, and I really wanted the album to be like a project, just like I wanted my first album to be, without a single mic or a laptop or something like that. But I wanted to do it through production, because I really thought about it.
What happened? You said you left the studio because you lost your focus?
Yeah. I think to be honest, most people don’t know how much work it’s really like. The biggest thing is that we’re just trying to make things happen. I’ll go on a weekend and have six or seven days where I don’t have nothing. I’ll call up somebody from another producer and they should be able to get some music. You can only be in a studio for so many hours and be working on something like “Gang Related”. The amount of time you need to just be with your mates.
“Gang Related” is a record about a very young rapper who came back from being homeless and got his money back…
What was the first album you made that really impressed you? What made you buy your first record? What was its vibe?
It was just a bunch of rapping, like an album. [Laughs]
It has a good vibe at first, and then it gets a bit too easy?
Y’know, this one I think is a bit too easy, but I mean, yeah, it’s a good record and I think everyone gets it.
And what made you stop, you stop trying to make music and just focus on rap?
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