Rich Homie Quan: “I’m from Atlanta, Georgia. I grew up in East Atlanta. I lived with my mom, but I’m closer with my dad. I’d stay with mom and visit dad on the weekends. I’m the oldest of three. My neighborhood, it was kind of crazy. I was so bouncy-bounce. My dad’s house would be on the Eastside, in more like Decatur. My grandma lived out Gresham, so I would be at my grandma house most of the time. We lived in College Park first when I was really little, playing sports. Then we moved to East Atlanta by the time I entered middle school. That’s really when I started growing up though, you feel me? I was playing baseball in school a lot. But in the streets, in the neighborhood, we did nothing. Just kick it in the hood.”