"I think that when people hear [the album], they'll be very, very interested and anticipating the next one," says the Carson Top Dawg representative.
The self-proclaimed Flow God says his next project will properly introduce him to the Hip Hop world and feels rappers need to adopt Michael Jackson's performance standards ASAP.
And they have the cosign to prove it. The lyrical newcomer relives how he got advice from one of Hip Hop's greatest hypemen.
He also revealed he had a conversation with Kendrick Lamar about incorporating his 'Soul' series into 'The Heart' series.
The vocal lyricist's latest album boasts features by ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, J.I.D, Rapsody, Vince Staples and more.
"When Meek Mill posted one of my freestyles, that's when I went viral, and everything started getting crazy," the self-proclaimed Philly Flow God says.
"I feel like Andrew Wiggins in a sense that when Steph wasn't playing and when Klay wasn't playing, I was still out there dropping 30," says the Carson rapper.
"I tell everybody, and no offense to nobody, but Rapsody had the best feature on my album."
The superstar rap duo brings their fans into a fun, revamped world with help from Morgan Freeman and Drake (at SZA's expense).
"Now I can give a fuck about a Lamborghini. When I get these big ass publishing checks, royalties and shit from the deals and shit that I was doing, I'm not chasing nothing. I'm investing back into my career," says the Alabama rapper.
"I give a lot of upcoming artists advice because they come through my channel for some reason, and I don't know why," says the Alabama rapper.
The 'Bleu Vandross 3' rapper worked with Badazz on several songs before getting a deal with Columbia Records through the southern legend.
The Seattle rapper's aforementioned Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit also comes in the wake of achieving massive streaming numbers with his most recent album, 'Certified Hitmaker.'
"Throughout quarantine, I've been working on a lot of business opportunities. I have so much time and I want to be the richest in the world," says the platinum-selling "Blueberry Faygo" rapper.
"I personally don't even like remixes like that," says the 18-year old budding star Interscope rapper.
After a three-year hiatus, the Good Music All-Star is bringing us into his world despite a few road bumps along the way.
"Suck my dick ... hoe-ass nigga," Dex fumed.
"This ain't no muthafucking corona. This exotic," the 'My Turn' rapper said in between coughs.
“She need a Texas nigga that’s taller than her, that can handle all that ass get u a OG like B,” the Houston native said of the "Savage" rapper back in May.
"Shit man, 2020, man, this is my year, man. We ain't playing with nobody, I ain't nobody you want to play with," the Zone 6 native tells HipHopDX.
"A lot of them people who you all be thinking from Atlanta is not from Atlanta," the Zone 6 native tells HipHopDX. "It's niggas from the outskirts who be dick riding niggas from Atlanta."