Will Schube speaks to the former Pro Era member about the records he grew up with, buying a sampler in high school, being motivated by depression, and more.
Will Schube speaks to the L.A up and comer about the trappings of being on probation, his music gaining mass exposure on TikTok, and more.
Jameson Draper speaks to the Detroit rapper about helping other rappers in his city come up,
Jayson Buford speaks to the burgeoning Stockton rap star about deciding to rap when leaving juvenile hall, why he keeps his circle small, and more.
Yousef Srour speaks with the young Compton rapper about being a first-generation Angeleno, what his initials stand for, putting your brand before yourself, and more.
The Rochester rapper speaks to Anthony Malone about his life in the streets, living through grief, rapping about mental health and more.
Pranav Trewn speaks with the young rapper/producer about stepping from behind the boards in order to rap, Earl Sweatshirt rapping over one of his beats, and more.
David Brake speaks to the Dallas rap stalwart and The Outfit TX member about his hometown being gentrified, surviving through homelessness and the spiritual awakening it caused.
TE P. speaks with the North Carolina artist about his hometown of Fayetteville, his faith, not having a defined process for his work, and more.
The rising Atlanta artist speaks to TE P. about the lessons he learned in prison, fielding multiple label offers for his music, and more.