D.R.A.M. Shows Why He’s Next On VICE’s ‘Autobiographies’

blame it on Meka October 25, 2016

With his debut album out now, D.R.A.M. is the latest artst spotlighted on VICE’s long-running “Autobiographies” series.

Following him during his 2015 Family Matters Tour with Chance The Rapper, the man born Shelley Marshaun Massenburg-Smith reflects on his path as one of today’s most popular artists (his single “BROCCOLI” has gone multi-platinum since its release). From singing as early as three years old to his church choir days with his family, the Big Baby reveals that it was the Clipse that inspired him to make the forary into rapping and that music was virtually the only thing on his mind throughout his life.

Alongside footage in Rick Rubin‘s studio as well as one of the earliest performances of “Cha Cha” (in 2014, almost a year before the song actually came out), the entertaining piece can be seen below.