Lil Bibby catches up with Sway Calloway and Heather B for SiriusXM’s Sway In The Morning show. The young Chicago bred rapper discusses what the streets of his hometown are really like and openly admits that the people he surrounds himself with simply live day to day. In fact, Bibby explains that he’s actually a college dropout and never had plans of finishing or going to college like so many of his friends. Take a look as Lil Bibby shares his thoughts on women, selling drugs, education and so much more.
Kid Red sits down for a one-on-one interview DJ Vlad for Vlad TV and discusses his relationship with Compton rapper The Game. Take a look as the young artist breaks down the differences between gangs in the Bay Area compared to Los Angeles, clarifies if he’s Blood affiliated or not and touches on why he believes Game gets tangled in so many physical confrontations. Interestingly enough, Red at one point also admits that the West Coast superstar enjoys putting hands on people who try and test him.
DJ Vlad catches up with Kansas City’s Tech N9ne who shares details with viewers of how life was for the rapper following the death of Mac Dre. After the Bay Area legend was gunned down in Tech’s hometown, the rapper admits that he couldn’t go to Northern California. To make matters worse, Tech N9ne explains that at the time he was featured on an issue of Murder Dog Magazine’s with crazy red hair, a gun and a T-shirt that read Missouri across the front. The rapper also gets into details behind meeting Shock G the night before Mac Dre was killed in Salt Lake City, speaks on the gang culture in Kansas City and touches on the impact that blood gang members from San Diego had on his neighborhood after moving in.
ScHoolboy sits down with Power 105’s Breakfast Club and talks about a number of topics which include his upcoming album, starting off as Kendrick Lamar’s hype man, being from Hoover Crip, making a million dollars off “Hands On The Wheel” and much more. Check out the interview above to see what Puffy had to say during his run in New York.