Not one to hold his tongue, emcee Ar-AB is one of the few artists left that has lived the life he now rhymes about.
Following up on the release of the visuals to “Blow 3,” in an exclusive interview with AllHipHop, the unapologetically honest rapper sits down to discuss how he fared while incarcerated, transitioning from the streets to the booth and reveals how artists can capitalize on features.
“I tried to rap and sell crack, the streets took precedence over rap for years. You can’t do two things. One gonna take precedence over the other.”