I’ve been blessed with so many chances. I’ve gotten everything I feel like I can get out of the streets as far as reputation, as far as money, as far as anything you can think of with what the streets bring. Even pain. Right now, I feel like I’m up and can quit with my winnings. And I can look in the mirror and be proud of myself. It’s like poker. When you’re up so much it’s sweet and you know you can win so much more, but I’d rather just quit instead taking that one more chance.
You performed at the Redneck Rave. What’s that like? It’s like Hick-Hop. It’s like country rap, and country people. I’m the first rapper to ever rap at it. I got on there through Zane, the guy that does our videos. It’s like a different genre than what we are into. They still love Slappin Bacon so I performed that one song there and they loved it. I got more fans off the Redneck Raves than I have doing everything else I’ve done. I opened up for Gucci Mane one night and I went to the Redneck Rave like the same night. From the hoods to the woods that’s my thing.
Crown Hill Section is all of our neighborhoods unifying. In the inner city we’ve never had a movement. It’s always been the westside and Haughville having their movement and the far eastside having their movement. We all knew each other from the streets, but in the midst of that a lot of us are good musicians. Crown Hill Section is bringing the music to the forefront and trying to leave all the street stuff behind and getting together as a unit with guys I’ve been knowing their entire life. My main focus is unity right now. Without unity a lot of things are not going to happen. We’re stronger when we’re together. Love & Loyalty.