What are you currently working on and what are your plans for the rest of the year?
I’m working on a new project that I’m really excited about. I haven’t had a whole lot of time off in between touring to do too much work, but the project is starting to take form. I’m just going to finish out this tour and look forward to taking a good five months off and then going in the studio and make that project that’s going to take me to the next level.
Your hit song “Loaded” has a dub step feel to it.
That’s the only track on the album I didn’t produce, actually.
What do you think about hip-hop moving towards an EDM direction?
It’s funny; the guy that produced that—my friend, Carnage—I think of him as kind of a pioneer within that subgenre, where trap meets EDM. It’s interesting. It’s cool to see those worlds come together. That’s what I’m all about, grabbing a doo-wop record and mixing it with 808’s and drums.
What’s the craziest thing that’s happened on tour?
I love it when it just showers bras on stage. Girls just throw panties and bras on stage. The craziest one – we were in Austin, TX. This one bra that got thrown on stage had a note on it. It had a phone number and a note that said call for the freshest pussy in Austin. I was like, 'Man, that’s out of pocket! that’s next level.'
I know you’re currently indie, but are you in talks with a label right now?
Nah man. I’m all about staying independent as long as I can. I don’t even think about labels right now, and continuing to operate as we always have. Small business life.