I was never actually signed to the label; I was just the annoying rapper that was always around at the studio sessions.
I think I've been able to witness Canadian hip-hop get a lot more respect from our own people. I think some of the artists that came before me were doing their thing but lacked a strong next generation of artists to help them capitalize.
I've just been watching other people's releases and learning from their mistakes. I know I'm bound to make a couple of my own, but I've got a couple ideas that I think are going to help get it out.
I think mixtapes have been really important for keeping my buzz strong.
What a lot of people don't understand is that the music that they're hearing is usually months, and in some cases, years old. So I'm a lot better than whatever material people have been hearing.
I hate doing features because rappers take forever to get you their verses.
Most of the stories I have go downhill quickly. In all honesty most of the good stories I have, no one else would think is funny.
Black Market, like a lot of teams, is a family for me. Just guys that I grew up with that I trust and would do anything for.
I almost got my degree so I don't need rap. And my family is the furthest thing in the world from musical.
Every artist obviously wants to sell a million records and do the MTV cribs thing, but I'm realistic.
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