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Lil Tunechi is fresh out of jail and onto the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Tell me what rapper can do that when they get done doing a bid. This is his first interview since his release. Check out some excerpts from the magaizne below:
On Gambling For Phone Time:

“I’d bust a nigga’s ass at Uno,” he told writer Josh Eells. “We gamble for phone time. I’d take nigga’s commissary: Lemme get them cookies, lemme get them chips, get that soup. They’d be like, ‘Oh, we thought you were asleep.’ Like you can’t look inside my cell and see that I’m right there! We ain’t got no doors niggaa!”

On Solitary Confinement:

He spent his final month in jail in solitary after he was caught with an iPod charger in his cell. It could have been worse: He also had a watch with an MP3 player on it, but another inmate took the rap. “He was a solid nigga,” says Wayne. “Shout-out to Charles…Solitary was the worst. No TV. No radio. No commissary. Basically you’re in there 23 hours a day.” The only upside was he had a window where he could watch cars go by. “I used to sit at that motherfucker all day,” he says.

On Reading:

In prison he read biographies of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Marvin Gaye, Joan Jett, Vince Lombardi and Anthony Kiedis. “[Kiedis’] Scar Tissue was really good,” he says. “I also read the Bible for the first time. It was deep! I liked the parts where some character was once this, but he ended up being that. Like he’d be dissing Jesus, and then he ends up being a saint. That was cool.”

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After his huge success with J. Cole on his debut single “All I Want Is You”, Miguel spoke with Rap Up about his upcoming collaboration called “Gina” for J. Cole’s debut album

Actually, I’ve been working on something specifically for [J. Cole’s album],” he tells Rap-Up.com. “He sent me something maybe a month ago.” “It sounds exactly like what his fans love him for—storytelling, wit, and just a really smooth flow,” he shares. “As far as what I’ve done to it, it’s really playful. The chorus reminds me of a Passion Pit song. I don’t know why. I haven’t sent it back yet. It’s more melodies than a full voice.

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Drake catches up with Soul Culture about his favorite verse that he has made so far in his career. In your opinion what is Drizzy’s best verse so far?

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