Block125: “Trappin Is Dead, Its A Totally Different Game Right Now, Your Homies Telling”
Artist, CEO and entrepreneur, Block125 recently sat down with Lalaa Shepard & The Progress Report to discuss being an influence in Atlanta. Not only has Block125 owned a studio and a record store, he’s helped fund the early careers of Young Thug, Ca$h Out, and Bankroll Fresh.
During the interview, Block125 addresses relationship with Rick Ross and misconceptions of Atlanta producing gay men and calls Young Thug a trendsetter.
Block125 also sends a message to current trappers encouraging them to find a different route of generating income instead of the streets and suggests that drug users go to only one supplier.
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