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LIVE @ ATL HIP-HOP DAY at WOODRUFF PARK on Saturday September 27th, 2014.

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LIVE @ ATL HIP-HOP DAY at WOODRUFF PARK on Saturday September 27th, 2014.

photo credit: Habeeb Mukasa.

LIVE @ ATL Hip-Hop Day.
Photography by: Habeeb Mukasa. {

LIVE @ ATL Hip-Hop Day.
Photography by: Habeeb Mukasa.

Today @ ATL Hip-Hop Day alongside Kris Jae & Eri Sewell.

Location: WOODRUFF PARK.
Energy Level: Over 9000.

This Saturday, I’ll be playing a set at #ATLHipHopDay alongside Kris Jae, brAvoATL & Eri Sewell. Plus it’s a FREE event so it makes it all the better to come! Tell a friend. Make the day memorable out in Atlanta with your friends and family. Peace & love. {

This Saturday, I’ll be playing a set at #ATLHipHopDay alongside Kris Jae, brAvoATL & Eri Sewell. Plus it’s a FREE event so it makes it all the better to come! Tell a friend. Make the day memorable out in Atlanta with your friends and family. Peace & love.

supernalist said: What's your favorite song you recorded off album 0?

Hm.. I read this question and really pondered. I had such a great time recording all of the music on here because I did most of these records with other people. Rather it be a producer or artist. Countin’ was really interesting to make. I had the idea to flip my World Breakers verse and Rocky Stone$ had just sent me that beat like a day before. I wrote that verse for another song and when I matched it up to that beat, Michael Aristotle just popped out to me and to get him on that record. I hit him and he sent the verse back in like a few hours; that was fun to see that process take place. I really enjoy making More Wind the most. When I was writing it, I knew off top that I’d love it; I made darling that same morning so I look at them as like one song because of their meanings. But not really. Track Zero was really fantastic to do also. I was on ILLRoots just listening to music and I saw that Lana Del Ray had just released a bunch of new music so I clicked and just instantly downloaded the song and flipped it. You can hear her voice in the beginning. I had another intro for the album at first; I really want you guys to hear it. Maybe not.
Anyway, Flake City would probably have to be the answer to this question. I was over JaythaDon’s house this past summer, it was like May before I got out of school for break, and we had this really gigantic blunt called “Stuffed Crust”… That was such an experience. We were in the smoke room free styling. PL was playing beats and we decided to go and make this song called “Lazy” (https://soundcloud.com/psychedelicloner/bouns-track-lazy-featuring-izzy-jone-shaad)  to what beat we were free styling to. I remember that he had played me the Flake City beat at like 8 o’clock that night and I remember it. Remember I was higher than I’ve ever been (I don’t really smoke weed anymore) and I was in the zone I felt. I told him to send me the beat and told Roger to come in the room. He walked in and wrote like 4 bars. In the midst of recording he locked his phone and started just going. I got up and did the same. Just with no prior 4 bars written. I closed my eyes and did it in one take. We both did. Shaad had a hook written while we were recording and PL just had this idea to do the adlibs on it. I didn’t think to much of the song until days later when I finally and fully came down. It was so much better then I thought. I really, really love that song.
ATLANTA 008 and 818 were made on the same day. I made those back in February of 2014 when I was working on a different project. I just really loved those songs. They are self-explanatory but they really showed myself, to myself, how good I could become with a lot of practice and patience with my music.
That was such a fantastic process. I have a lot more in store now a days though. My next set of music will be what I really want it to be. I’m not going to give like this “I’m a blow up” or “I’m next” stupid propositions but I really am going to make the best music that I possibly can from where I am in my life. So there you go. That answers the questions.
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Edgewood Classic.

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