Wes Period received a lot of fame on the west coast for recently being selected and subsequently opening for Vic Mensa during Converse’s Rubber Tracks live concert.

Recently speaking with HipHopDX’s senior features writer Ural Garrett, the Orange County, California native described the honor of performing with an artist he heavily respects.

“I still don’t believe that’s real. It’s such an honor out of 100 like. It’s crazy,” he said via a segment of today’s (June 24) DX Daily. “I’m a fan first and foremost, beyond anything else, especially when I really rock with somebody. I’ll take the tape and bump it for a while and have it in heavy rotation.”

Period was selected among hundreds of entries for the contest. He describes the situation as “humbling.”

“It’s humbling but it’s one of those situations where like, just to see your name on the poster, it’s crazy.” Wes Period also says he recorded a song called “Nothing But Love” about the whole situation and that everything became real for him when people started to comment on promotional material created for the show via social media.

Watch the full DX Daily segment below:

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