“I know that’s a big comparison, but 2Pac’s music was real and he was original. You could feel his pain and struggle in his music, and I feel that people can hear all of that in mine, too.”
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Click [Here] To Download.“We want to blame the system as far as how we live but we really have the choice to do something different,” stated the rapper. “When I was locked up, I wanted to change my way of life. I was reading the Bible and found a line where it said “blessed are the pure in heart.” And I always felt like I had a pure heart despite all the bull that I did in the hood. I was still a good person. That’s where my name came from.”
After his release from jail, he’s been working harder on his music ever since.
“Before I get into the studio, I like to have everything written and done, so I can just go in there and bang everything out. I like to take care of business,” he explained.
This triple threat is already back in the studio working on a new EP slated for an April 2016 release. To learn more about Blessed, check him out on Twitter.