Casey Veggies: “On Life Changes, I solidified my sound. I finished up this project while having my record deal, but I still posted it as if I was a regular, independent artist, because that’s what I am. I just stayed down to earth and did this project on my own.
I wanted to tell my fans that been down from the get-go about the newer things that I’m getting into and what I’m seeing now. The album portrays that and tells people what I’m thinking at the moment.
“The time period [of the project] is from the Blue Slide Park tour era to when I signed my deal. Around that time, I was moving out of Inglewood and I got a new car. I was like, ‘I’m getting used to this. I’m moving up a little bit.’ Things are starting to change for me and I wanted to talk about it.
“I wanted to tell my fans that been down from the get-go about the newer things that I’m getting into and what I’m seeing now. I’m letting them know I’m on my way to this album. I’m ready to do this now, and that’s what people should focus on, so I feel like it’s the perfect setup. But I [also] didn’t want to do too much on Life Changes. I wanted to save it and give people surprises for the album. I have a lot of surprises for everybody.”