During a recent interview with Vulture, ‘CrasH Talk’ rapper Schoolboy Q has shared his thoughts about his rap career and when he knows that rap was going to be the career. He said:
“I don’t remember what year it really was, but it was around 2009, 2011-ish. I was working on [the 2011 debut album] Setbacks. When I dropped Setbacks, I was just like, “Yeah, this is it. This is what I’m going to do.” I was just getting into rapping. I started to rap in 2007.
Stuff just started catching on real fast. I got with a crew and shit, and I just became who I am today. I don’t know how the fuck I got here. I was in the studio every day. Now we in 2019.”
Schoolboy Q also revealed difficult with everyone on the roster being talented and trying to negotiate each other’s space when you’re rolling out new music. He said:
“Nah, man, the roll-outs just happen the way they happen. We just take long as fuck on albums. It has nothing to do with the label. It has nothing to do with none of that shit. You have to wait in line. Ain’t nobody waiting in line, nigga. I’m a grown-ass man. I’m not waiting in line.”
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