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Smack x FlyWidIt

I recently got interviewed by the homie @FlyWidItCustoms for his site to talk about the secrets behind my art, my beliefs on certain topics that "The Revolutionary Times" has tackled, and my views on what the future holds. And I gotta say, it was one of the most researched and in-depth interviews I had. I felt like I was actually important for a second.

This must be how Eddie Griffin feels like everyday.

But anyways, click on the picture above to read Part One of the interview and make sure to check the homie's portfolio while you're at it. He's got some dope works in there.


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