Apathy Previews Next Album, "Honkey Kong," August 23 Release Confirmed

UPDATE: Apathy's long-awaited next solo album lives up to its early promises, with DJ Premier, DJ Muggs, Da Beatminerz and Xzibit all involved.

On Friday, (December 3rd), the "King of Connecticut," Apathy, provided an early sneak peak to HipHopDX of his forthcoming third formal full-length, Honkey Kong (tentatively due in March). From the preview he provided to DX, the follow-up to Ap’s 4X-rated Wanna Snuggle? is shaping up to be one of the best boom bap-based Hip Hop albums of 2011.  

The production for Honkey Kong is being helmed by a legendary lineup of beatmakers including DJ Premier (for a currently untitled track featuring fellow Demigodz crew-member Celph Titled), Da Beatminerz (“Peace Connecticut”), DJ Muggs (“Fear Itself”), Statik Selektah (“It’s Only Hip Hop”), and Apathy himself (roughly half the album’s tracks, including “Be A Better Man” featuring Bishop Lamont and Blue Raspberry).

While the aforementioned songs appear to be a lock for Honkey Kong, (and buzz single, “Make Alotta Money,” has already been released for sale digitally), Apathy made it abundantly clear during his discussion with DX that not all of the details for his epic junior release have been finalized as of this date. The witty wordsmith revealed that still to-be-determined for the album are a currently untitled production from Massachusetts-based beatmaker Teddy Roxpin (who helmed Wanna Snuggle? standouts “I’m A Demigod” and “Hard Times On Planet Earth”), a cameo from Xzibit, and appearances from “a couple legends that I’m reaching out to that might be a very good possibility [for] ending up on the album.”

In addition to revealing the album details above during his Q&A with DX, the always-grinding emcee/producer (who has recently constructed tracks for Xzibit, B-Real and Young De’s group The Serial Killers, Chino XL, and Eternia, and whose co-productions alongside Get Busy Committee group-member Scoop Deville are slated for Busta Rhymes’ next release) revealed the surprising origins of Snoop Dogg’s Scoop-produced smash “I Wanna Rock.” The onetime Atlantic Records signee also shared his thoughts on Lupe Fiasco’s current battle with Ap’s former recording home, before concluding his interview with some stunning revelations about his own recent battle with a foe more mighty than any record label.      

HipHopDX: The last time we spoke was a little over a year ago…right before Wanna Snuggle? dropped. I’m still personally disappointed that an album with joints that stay in my [MP3 player] rotation like “Hard Times On Planet Earth” and “I’m A Demigod” seemed to get slept-on the way it did.   

Apathy: Wanna Snuggle? is my masterpiece album. I love Eastern Philosophy, but I thought Wanna Snuggle? was like the best thing I’ve ever done in my entire life. And it’s like, I did as much as I can do with it, but the problem is that the accelerated level of attention deficit disorder that fans have been given because of the constant bombardment and saturation with mixtape shit and album after album – just shitting out albums – [has made it so] that no matter what, even if people really like your music, it’s only ingrained in their psyche to appreciate it for a super-short amount of time and then keep it moving.             

DX: Now you know I gotta ask about the Premo stuff, since you leaked that out through Twitter. First, how in the world did you get Premo to lace you for the new album? I’m always hearing his line to get beats is a mile long.

Apathy: I met [DJ Premier] on several occasions and he showed love. And one of the last times I saw him, almost a year ago to this date actually, he was deejaying in Providence, Rhode Island. And I went up there, and Preme showed me mad love and said he had been playing my “Shoot First” joint with B-Real [over] a Mike Shinoda beat, and Celph Titled on that. He said he had been spinning it at a show, and he loved that record. And he asked me, he’s like, “Yo, when are we doing a record?” And I was like, “Are you fuckin’ kidding me? C’mon, let’s do it.” So him and I hadn’t talked for a minute [after that]. Then I told DJ Eclipse, “Next time you see Preme, tell him I wanna do a joint.” So Eclipse facilitated that whole thing. And Premier was like, “Of course, man, let’s go…” And then we just started the process, we started the ball rolling. We got all the business squared away and we’re ready to go.    

DX: Did y’all work together in the studio, or was it an email thing?

Apathy: It hasn’t even started yet. Preme made the beat, but it’s definitely gonna be an email thing. Preme’s so busy, and I’m so busy up here with just regular life shit, that – Those days are very rare when you actually go up in the studio with somebody.  

DX: Besides Premo you got some more classic production coming I’m sure from Da Beatminerz. Did Evil Dee reach out to you…?

Apathy: Mr. Walt and Evil Dee and I are friends, man. I consider those dudes above the acquaintance level. Those are my homies… I like those dudes a lot, they’re really good people. Me and Walt talk all the time… We even work together on a lot of stuff. I help them out with certain shit, and they help me out with stuff… Eventually, I wanna do with them an Apathy and Beatminerz album. It’s just a matter of us getting all the other projects we got out of the way [first].  

DX: How come Scoop Deville don’t be giving you that Snoop Dogg shit? [Laughs]

Apathy: We got the group [together with Ryu], Get Busy Committee. And actually the Snoop Dogg song, the “I Wanna Rock” was actually a Ryu solo song. And when Snoop heard it and wanted it, there’s no question [with] the way we are, we’re like, “Oh fuck, take that shit. Go get the money. Go do the big shit.” So, if there was ever a case where Scoop did a beat for me and like a Jay-Z or a 50 Cent wanted to use it, I want [Scoop Deville] to go in that direction. And another thing too, if you listen to my albums, Get Busy Committee is one sound, and it has that Scoop Deville sound to it. But, all my underground albums are – I purposefully make my shit very grimey, very dirty, very throwback, very hardcore Hip Hop. And it’s a completely different sound [from Get Busy Committee].        

DX: Now, you know I had to get to the obvious question of why Honkey Kong? Is there any kind of meaning behind the title…?

Apathy: Nah man, it’s just funny. It’s just some slick shit: like I’m a white dude…and a gorilla [on the mic]. It’s just some real slick tongue-and-cheek shit… Phonte was on Twitter, and Phonte was like, “Greatest album title of all time.” And Mr. Walt, everybody who hears the title Honkey Kong is like that shit is amazing. Everybody flips out.

DX: What are you gonna do for the cover art though? [Laughs]

Apathy: Uh, we’ll see. I already got an idea: probably like a fuckin’ albino gorilla or some shit like that.

DX: [Laughs] And…are you still doing it strictly Demigodz Enterprises or are you gonna link back with a label to put this album out?

Apathy: We got a label that we’re doing called Dirty Version. Dirty Version is me and Celph Titled’s label. And we’re just putting everything out through that. It doesn’t even make sense at this point anymore to go thru any labels. Basically, we would gain the same results if we went through a label and just make a shitload less money. So, there’s really no point in being on any label at this point in our careers.

DX: Speaking of labels, I just thought I’d get from a former Atlantic Records artist any advice you might have for Lupe Fiasco in his war with Atlantic?

Apathy: Oh shit, Lupe [Fiasco] doesn’t need any advice from me, man. Lupe’s a very smart dude, and he’s gonna come out on top… [But] I’m not even sure what [his] position is. Is it that he’s not getting the push from them and he wants more push?

DX: Well, yeah. It’s like, they abandoned him and then they came back [around], but… They put out “The Show Goes On,” which is hot, but then they still haven’t [released] a video for it or anything.

Apathy: Yeah, it’s like when you lose interest from the building and when you lose complete confidence from the building, it’s almost damn-near impossible to get that back. You might as well just say, “Alright, fuck this, I’m out…” A record label’s building and all the departments involved and everybody involved are almost like fickle, buzz-oriented girls. And once you lose that initial buzz that you created, they don’t give a fuck about you. You’ll walk up in the building and they’ll smile and be like, “Yo, what’s up man? Oh shit! I’m feeling the new shit.” But, they’re not gonna work it. It’s a very phony, corny situation… Like I said, Lupe definitely doesn’t need any advice from me, but I would say, Lu, fuckin’ jump ship, get the fuck outta there. You might as well take everything that’s built up from this point and go cake-off your own shit independently. Or go with somebody who completely gets Lupe Fiasco like Kanye West’s label or some shit like that.

DX: Alright, I wanna wrap up this quick album preview by getting a rundown of everything else you got on deck for 2011 besides Honkey Kong?

Apathy: Demigodz album is coming out too. We’re almost done with that… I’m doing a majority of [the production for the album]. And it’s some of the illest shit ever. Like, some of these songs are gonna be undisputed Hip Hop classics. It’s un-fuckin-real how good this album is.

DX: So anything besides that and your album…? I know Get Busy Committee’s supposed to be coming back, right?

Apathy: Yep, Get Busy, we got a brand new album… Opening Ceremony is the album title and the first track that was released off it. We got a brand new video that just came out. And, I think we’re in the mixing phase of the album. The album’s being mixed. [But] I’m not even sure what the release date is.

DX: I saw that video. You just weren’t there for when they shot it or - ?

Apathy: Yeah, I mean - If you want a really fuckin’ ill story…if you want an exclusive story that’ll really fuck people up, what’s been going on with me the last five months is absolutely insane. Like, I had a little meltdown. And I wasn’t gonna really go public with this, but I don’t give a fuck now. And I’m sure there’s a lot of people who’ll be able to relate to me. But, I went from July [and] being in Switzerland [and other countries] overseas, and doing huge shows in front of 50,000 people with no problem, and then all of a sudden [coming] home and something snapped in my brain. And I developed a severe panic, anxiety disorder and agoraphobia. I’ve barely left my house. I still have not driven a car in the past five months. I got a brand new Audi sitting in my driveway [but] I don’t drive [it]. It’s hard for me to go to the supermarket. But, things have been getting better. Like, in the last couple months I been better. But like a few months ago, four or five months ago, absolute hell. My life was unbelievable. I couldn’t leave. I couldn’t go anywhere. I was having problems. It was just unreal, like uncontrollable. Some people get anxiety when they go out, [but] my anxiety was still going on when I was sitting at home doing nothing… It was just non-stop, all the time. It felt like constantly having a bad high.

DX: I’m not trying to sound unempathetic or anything, but it’s like, everybody hates people. [Laughs] Like, nobody wants to really deal with people…   

Apathy: Well, it was deeper than that. It was definitely something – See that’s the thing, it’s not something you can just get over and not hate dealing with people. People didn’t really bother me, it was [more] like a chemical imbalance in my brain where adrenaline gets released or something. Something is off. And I’m going through some treatment things, and going through some shit right now, but it’s still fairly prevalent in my life. Like, [I haven’t been] doing shows for awhile. I’m trying to chill out. I mean, I’m working like a muthafucka at home, but it’s a crazy thing… It came out of nowhere. It hit me like a fuckin’ ton of bricks. And I’m always the type of dude who’s always on the move and it’s never bothered me and I’ve always been comfortable and always cool, but it definitely crept up and hit me like a fuckin’ Mack truck.

DX: Well I wish you the best with that. I wasn’t trying to sound like a dick or anything, I just know when I print [what you just told me] you know the comments are gonna be -

Apathy: Of course. And…any kids who have something negative to say are [usually] judgmental pieces of shit. 21, 22, 23-year-old kids who don’t know a fuckin’ thing about life, ‘cause I didn’t know a fuckin’ thing about life when I was 23. Or, [they’re] just angry assholes. And that’s the rarity, that’s the minority. Most people show love. But for the people who do hate, you would be insane to think I even slightly give a fuck about what you think about Apathy or anything to do with my life. So, I put that information [about what I’m going through] out there for my fans or anybody [else] who can relate to it, and who’s going through a tough time. But, I don’t give a fuck what [anybody else thinks]. Not even slightly. And I even want you to put in there that I’m not even depressed-sounding talking to you. I’m upbeat and happy and cool. It’s just, it is what it is.  

(December 7, 2010)

UPDATE: Apathy's Honkey Kong has been confirmed for August 23, 2011 release. DJ Premier, DJ Muggs, Da Beatminerz and Evidence are all confirmed producers. Xzibit, Vinnie Paz and Action Bronson are among the guest emcees.

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  • bizzalls

    Yo, straight up, Apathy is an emcee king, he's been around forever. Yall need to listen to all his shit, some of his best shit was from back in the day. His first unoffical album/mixtape "It's the bootleg, muthafuckas, volume. 1" is an absolute classic! The whole album is filled with upbeat, jazzy-ass beats, with him and Celph Titled just RIPPING the mic to shreds, shit is so classic. AND, the Demigodz EP, "The Godz Must Be Crazy" is FUCKIN BANANAS. Celph Titled did alot of production on both albums I just mentioned and those are both so crazy. Another thing, Eastern Philosophy was a fucking masterpiece in my opinion; waaaayyyy better than Wanna Snuggle?...That was his debut and when that came out in 2006 i think, that had been the best album I had heard in years. Definitely, listen to this album. Wanna Snuggle is still good, but it's a lot less grimy, and has more upbeat tracks, with girlie choruses and shit. "Slave" is my favorite track on there. Also, if yall haven't got Celph Titled and Buckwild's album, "Nineteen Ninety Now" you're all crazy.

  • G_MON

    Demigodz run shit. Ap and Celph one of the best duo's around, been in the game mad long, get slept on hard.

  • Anonymous

    Damn, the first track is unbelievable. I loved Eastern Philosophy and can't wait for this.

  • Tim Wilkens

    Ap is one of the best!!

  • Anonymous

    totaly dopeness. this guy knows his shit and knows it well. go do your homework you little young internet bastards.

  • Anonymous

    people just don't know how dope this album is, can't wait.

  • Christopher English

    Damn that "Shoot First" joint is HARD.

  • SeraphTS

    I haven't listen to Eastern Philosophy, not the whole think but fuck I love Wanna Snuggle. that shit is fuckin' dope. I'm only 17 but fuck Ap's shit is dope!!! much better then all this mainstream hip hop shit, i mean mainstream beats are pretty beast (Swizz Beat's, Alea Da Kid's) but Ap's production is the dopest things i ever heard!! Wanna Snuggle is a classic ablum!!! I mean I'm the only kid in my school that like Ap, Celph, AotP, DGZ ect. music's. i'll would be the only kid playing Wanna Snuggle on my phone on loud and other would be like "what is this motherfucker listening too??" Fuck Ap's music is dope to me even the weakest track is dope. GBC is dope very up-to-date. To me whatever Ap is on is dope.

  • Jose1990

    Anxiety sucks, I had my first panic attack when I was 13! man, it's been cool but like Ap said sometimes it creeps up on you and you go into recluse mode

  • Endless Gamez

    I can't wait for his new shit. Apathy is a dope mc and definitley in my top 10. Recognize the shit he's talking about. Took me 1 year to get on the street and in the public again real talk. It dont make you a chump it happens, it happens fast and it takes a time to get rid of it again. Respect and hustle on.

  • Endless Gamez

    Well i gues he can change the name Apathy then right?...

  • Big Will

    I hope we get some Chum The Skilla Gorilla production on there. I couldn't get into Ap's last album at all, but Eastern Philosophy is still in my ride.... They just got good chemistry

  • MPistol

    not that I wasn't aware of dude, or the Demigodz, but I kinda missed the boat on digging them early, I took a long time to really get to this guy I'll be real, it was the stuff he did with Eternia that kinda got me focused an jump into what he has been doing - honestly - I found a artist I'd follow for life in this dude like you know that's a rare occasion to begin with nowadays - the greats are the same greats that were greats 15 yrs ago - thats how pathetic it is now - but Ap lays out SOLID material an I'll tell you why I'm going to bat for this dude in this regard - cuz yo laid out some honest sh*t I can relate to - that anxiety sh*t isn't a single f*ckin joke - I went through it an the other side is something - like the world has been different since to me f*ck whoever comments negatively after my longest HHDX response in history - LOL

  • Anonymous

    Honkey Kong will be great, can't wait to hear it. btwEastern Philosophy was MUCH better than Wanna Snuggle?.

  • Anonymous

    honkey kong 2011 is gonna be great

  • conspiracy

    Apathy is the tightest MC in the east coast underground, next to Talib Kweli and Busta Rhymes. He is really spiritual, yet urban gangsta/hiphop thug. Also, he can freestyle awesomely and he works with good MCs.B-Real, Celph Titled, Eternia, Ryu, and others. His song, 'Welcome To Assholeville 2' is the most extremely harcore song on a more killer level than most ever. And I think that he has spectacular wordplay quality consistency. PERSONAL JESUS

  • dillaDOOM

    i am definately going to buy this album not only because he can rap like fuck but because im dealing with depression/anxiety right now, not as bad as him but im having trouble gettin work and so on so hopefully he can provide therapy through album

  • j.o.

    first two albums were doap....cant be comparing em, thats just some naive hater shit...new ones gonna be ill

  • D.R.Y.G.

    Dope interveiw.. Honkey Kong 2011... and all u haters eat a Dick!!

  • TheBeatBreak.com

    Get better, Apathy. We're all pullin for you over here. Wanna snuggle was a rediculous album. Lookin forward to Honkey Kong. www.TheBeatBreak.com

  • ShowTime NY

    Apathy Get well. And that opening Ceremony joint is dope as fuck. One of the best intros I ever heard. www.soundclick.com/showtimeny

  • curbstompa

    i'm in hell shovelin flames while u sweatin summer days i'm the son of satan, son of sam, sicker some will say Ap is a monster

  • Anonymous

    Wanna Snuggle sucked ass, Eastern Philosophy was the shit, what the fuck is Ap talking about, I hope he returns to form on the new album.

  • Anonymous

    Production from Primo and Muggs should be a good look, I'll check it out

  • EddieMurrrphy

    wanna snuggle? was shitty. iu wasn't feelin all the production on that one apathy. i know it seems like a common criticism that every poser says hating on this album. but its fuckin true. you can't listen to that beat on the track on & off the mic w/ blacastan and tell me its a good song. that cheap ass fuckin guitar makes me fuckin laugh. its like a cheap ass 70s porno. eastern philosophy was a great album. strong solid throughout i would def. recommend that one for sure. for the best apathy the truly master collection of his shit. get it's the bootleg muthafuckas! vol. 1. that was apathy in his heyday. that is a great body of work. i remember the monster hype and potential after that came out.... Ap's the man

    • megamaidS2B

      Oh yea, I peeped that shit. so refreshing, that shit knocked... If it were the 90's I'd just buy the tape because ya don't have to skip songs... But it's 2010 and I ain't got a tape player. that being said haha it reminds me of the dj cheapshot remix thing GBC released....it was gapless, just one long mp3 Those motherfuckers are creative I'll give 'em that yo Ed hit me at lightspeedistoslow@gmail.com. ....I got some rare shit that I know you you'll like.... Civil discussions put me in the giving mood...

    • EddieMurrrphy

      i could be off on the mel brooks thing. lol i havent seen much of his earlier body of work. BUT the movies spaceballs and that robin men in tights bullshit piss me off. they are not funny. its little kid humor. and not in a good light funny way, in a cheap, painful and annoying way. but megamaid, you hear that celph titled + buckwild shit. gat daymn. apathy stomped that shit out on his appearances. wow. he was in top form. i admit i just heard that album today, it finally cam ein the mail. i been sleepin for a while cause i'm pretty broke. got me 10x more stoked for honkey kong and apathy spittin over other legendary producers beats. if he come correct with a few beats too..... we got an early album of the year contender for 2011

    • megamaidS2B

      hmmmmm, thats a tough one. I would say that Wanna Snuggle? is (slightly)better.. each of em did a good job keeping a consistent rhythm..or vibe, so to speak. but if i took all the songs off UDI that i keep "on repeat" or "in rotation" or whatever, and did the same with Wanna Snuggle?...id def have more on the snuggle side. i guess putting so many songs on the album is what pushed it over... i don't wanna make light of it tho..that GBC shit is nasty, no question. and dude....i wouldn't tell people you think mel brooks isn't funny.... its like saying water isn't wet oh and id agree that most likely: Honkey Kong > Wanna Snuggle?

    • EddieMurrrphy

      Get Busy Committee Uzi Does It >>>>>> Apathy Wanna Snuggle? much more cohesive solid album. scoop deville really complimented apathy's style of beats well. they a good match

    • EddieMurrrphy

      i think mel brooks is gay. not very funny at all. no i do not need school part 2. there were def. some solid cuts on that album. his lyrics were mostly on point. it was his fucking beats that did the album in. he fucked up bad with the production with 80% of his tracks. it was just corny. i think he is a pretty decent producer too. he has a pretty good ear for shit. (i wasnt too big on it) but the white stripes sample track was huge back in the day. and his boom bap sound that he likes to do is sick. some of my favorite beats of his: 7L & ES- way of the gun Majik Most- get in my van Get Busy Committee- Say Whaaat Stylish Clothes and My little razorblade the demigodz- dont you even go there all the tracks he produced on it's the bootleg... were fire naturally nasty track off no place like chrome and that AOTP track the torture papers off the album w/ the same name don't mistake me as a hater on this guy. i'm a huge fuckin fan and have been so for a while. no i dont need school part 2, again, i need ill ass apathy rhymes over a sick ass beat. it looks like honkey kong should have a good amount of them. i have just lost my faith in apathy handling the bulk of production. i fear he has lost a step. so with this album having such legendary outside help. no doubt i am excited about this album exceeding my opinion of the last album. you are talking to a guy that has the demigodz the godz must be crazy ep from 2002. not the reissue the godz must be crazier that came out in 07. the out of print og copy. dont fuck with my apathy love or knowledge. you came off a little pretentious and it pissed me off. i have bought the physical cd of every one of his albums too. pure true fan love. can you say the same? fuck i even have a copy of motive from the demigodz mixtape mo-llinium all official from stores w/ a bonus dvd. i support this motherfucker. all you fags that say i hate are truly some sadly ignorant fucks

    • megamaidS2B

      I like mel brooks, what of it look man i can handle if your just looking for a more classic sounding Ap..but that doesnt make his new stuff any lower in quality. his earlier shit like Eastern Philosophy and the mixtape you referenced are all good, but one thing Ap's good at is keeping current (GBC's sound for example) and with Wanna Snuggle, he was just progressing, making a newer -i'd use the word crispy but you seem to dislike that- sounding music.. he had hard tracks too. but the production was consistently good. I mean, what do you want him to put out, "School pt.2" or something?

    • EddieMurrrphy

      yeah i did work at atlantic. i'm really mad we lost the opportunity to lose money on putting out this guys album. damn, we missed a flop in stores with our brand on it. FUCK i'm more just mad we let one of our few white minstrel slaves get away. you dont get those very often and we let one slip away. wtf are you even talking about maaan?

    • EddieMurrrphy

      megamaid you dumb ass, how can you even say wanna snuggle is better than eastern philosophy? wanna snuggle was so long and boring, filled with filler tracks. every track was crispy??? no fuckin way. there were so many average tracks in that bloated 20+ track playlist. his beats were duck sauce on that album no doubt. eastern philosophy was much shorter and to the point, what i would call crisper. longer usually never means better in the case of a hip hop album. one thing we can agree on is that honkey kong will be the shit. oh yeha anonymous, you fuckin pussy. wat about bowfinger? you seen that one?? you like the wilson brothers buddy??

    • megamaid_S2B

      yo ed your wayyy off homie... Wanna Snuggle > Eastern Philosophy almost every song was crispy. wannasnuggle also had enough tracks on it to cover that hard shit -im a demigod, shoot first, hard times, money oriented- ..and lighter tracks... -true love, no sad tommrow... all those tracks still banged. now hes dropin Honkey Kong and every track will knock. ... plus Primo? Ed... i don't believe your just a passive aggressive hatein ass hater... i think your a fucking bitter x-Atlantic Records exec who worked there around 2003..2004ish? yea i know your story....

    • Anonymous

      shut up donkey,dr. dolittle,pluto nash and darkness brother you cold as ice

  • EMINEM

    FUCK THIS WIGGA, THERE IS ONLY ONE WHITE NIGGA IN HIP HOP AND THAT IS ME !

    • SpikeyJamez

      Wow...all of your stupidity are at is finest. I don't care whose the greatest, or the worst MC's, as long as they make good music thats all that ever matters to me.

    • Vegard Møller

      Obviously Em is the greatest white rapper, but Apathy is just one of the crazy underrated white underground MCs.

    • Anonymous

      lmao i have to admit that woudn't have been as funny if not for normont terrorist's reply

    • Anonymous

      I read in an interview that Em doesnt even own a computer, lol Try to be somebody with online access next time

    • kod

      OMG EMINEM IS HERE!!!!!!!!!! get the fcuk out u fag LOL

    • Normont Terrorist

      Wow!! I think it's awsome how you have time in your busy schedule to read an interview on HipHopDx about Apathy, and your free use of the word nigga is even more incredible. How far you've come in your recovery process.

  • sully

    Keep your head up homie, I'm a recovering addict, so I can definitely relate to that shit you been going through. And to the haters....DIE!

  • Charles ExSavior

    Apathy is a savage on the mic! Personally Lupe should go with what Ap is saying on the label, they obviously don't give a shit about his music if he won't make a #1 hit for them. Shoutout to Emilio Lopez and the Demigodz crew.

    • sincerejk

      ap touched on the bullshit at atlantic on that baptism of fire album/mixtape. "they just out lupe, they sleepin on saigon/finally gave little brother love, fuck it i'm gone"

  • ptone814

    lupe fiasco is the GOAT

  • mikhail

    good interview, honest and sincere keep ya head up apathy things will changes and us real fans got your back. looking forward to donkey kong and you need to do antoher w/ esoteric and vinnie paz track like "speak now" for it

  • YourHighness

    Can't wait for HONKEY KONG! And WANNA SNUGGLE is my shit!

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