Can we expect any art from you in the future?
Of course, I designed my t-shirt that I have out-my “No Sleep Gang” t-shirt-but I may pick up a paintbrush in the near future. When I was younger, my art was displayed but I haven’t done anything in my adulthood. I sketch a lot but I don’t actually paint anything anymore like I used to when I was younger. I think I stopped painting when I was in high school. When I was in advanced art, I was a really dope painter - I’ve always been artistic when it comes to drawing.
I think after high school I just focused more on music more than the painting because I was doing everything from playing an instrument to painting to poetry to rap music to football, baseball, basketball so I had to set a few things down. I had to set all of them down and concentrate on rapping. Mainly, I sketch tattoos nowadays-the Pill tattoo I have on my arm I drew that and took it to the tattoo artist and let him tattoo it on me. I do mainly tattoo designs or something that I want to have as a record label design for Medicinal Records, a company that I’m launching, or t-shirt designs-just different things, whatever comes through my head and I feel like drawing it. I have an old notebook full of drawing and raps everywhere like stacks of raps when I used to write on paper a lot back in the day, I still have it. A lot of my raps and sketches are still on there. It varies, honestly.
I just focused more on music more than the painting because I was doing everything from playing an instrument to painting to poetry to rap music to football, baseball, basketball so I had to set a few things down.
Absolutely well if you ever do come out with anything you have to let us know.
Anything else you want to add?
That it was a wonderful experience and it’s always a wonderful experience. I want to thank all the staff that walked me through the exhibit and showed me a lot of hospitality so shout out to all the people at the High Museum and shout out to all the people at Complex as well.