It can’t be duplicated,” he said. He also brushed off criticisms of his lack of a true hit since “Rack City,” saying “Everything that I’ve done to this point doesn’t even matter. When I hear ‘Rack City,’ it doesn’t even matter… I’m only doing this to sit with the gods. There’s no other way I see it for myself.”
The Last Kings founder also touched on meeting his mentor Lil Wayne, coming up in Compton, and more on the future of his career. You can read the interview in its entirety here.