TE P. speaks with one of Detroit's most vivid rap writers about the darkness of his upbringing, not wanting to make turn-up music and what his daughter tells people he does for a living.
TE P. speak with the DJ/producer/executive about being an accomplished child pianist, catching two felony charges at 16 and the wealth of knowledge he has gained as a rap industry veteran.
TE P once again speaks to the Sacremento rap star, about his life during COVID-19 and being told he could change things for his community.
TE P. chats with the burgeoning East Memphis rapper about running the streets at eight years old and learning hard lessons about loyalty.
TE P. speaks to the Detroit rap legend about the legacy of his hometown, the subjectivity of success, and the power of brotherhood.
TE P. speaks with the Memphis rapper about his family (including cousin Young Dolph) and what it's like where he's from.
TE P. speaks with the Sacremento rap star about his hometown's rap scene, going to therapy, and being raised by his grandmother.
TE P. speaks with the Brooklyn drill artist about growing up in Flatbush and why recording one song instead of ten is not so bad.
TE P. speaks with the Long Beach MC about fatherhood, being self-educated in his pursuit in his music career, and battling depression during his trial.
TE P. speaks with the Compton artist about his upbringing, his creative process, and what he did when he found out he was going to Yves Saint Laurent's house.