With his newly released mixtape, Thrillionaire, Columbia Records recording artist T. Mills has set out to show both his fans and the music industry how he's evolved since his last project, Leaving Home, dropped exactly one year ago.
After a recent collaboration with Juicy J took the Internet over a few months ago, and features from Smoke DZA, Audio Push, and Cocaine 80's were spotlighted on Thrillionaire, Mills has set out to stretch his Hip-Pop sound the best way he knows how - by evolving into something broader and more universal.
Mills, who is currently performing as one of the headliners on this year's Vans Warped Tour, spoke to AllHipHop.com recently about Thrillionaire and it's inevitable sequel, some of the more "left-field" collaborations he has in the works, and the difference between putting on for a crowd at a venue as opposed to thousands at one of the many festivals, like The Bamboozle or the Vans Warped Tour that he's already hit up this year.
Check out AllHipHop.com's exclusive interview with T. Mills below:
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