On the eve of his album release date, ScHoolboy Q continued his promo rounds with sit-downs on both The Breakfast Club, Big Boy’s Neighborhood, and The Right Time with Bomani Jones.
Sitting down with Charlemagne and company, Q speaks on switching up his flows and delivering an all new sound on CrasH Talk, the lengthy writing process and delaying the release to deal with the passings of Mac Miller and Nipsey Hussle, his daughter, receiving praise from Nas, working with Kendrick Lamar on all his projects, how Black Hippy will never drop an album, taking up golf, raising his daughter, dealing with fame, and more.
On the left coast, ScHoolboy’s time with Big Boy produced some of the same talk about the album, Mac and Nipsey, his mental state, and more. He also offered some high praise for KiD CuDi, who appears on the DJ Dahi-laced “Dangerous.”
ifically on Kid Cudi, who appears on the DJ Dahi-produced “Dangerous,” Q detailed how Cudi’s legacy has personally affected him.
“He’s all our fathers,” he said about 29 minutes in. “Kid Cudi is, like, he broke the barrier for weird people like me . . . I think Kid Cudi broke those barriers of being yourself.” See the full interview up top.
“He’s all our fathers,” Q said. “Kid Cudi is, like, he broke the barrier for weird people like me. I think Kid Cudi broke those barriers of being yourself.”
As far as his convo with Bomani, Q speaks on the album, Nipsey Hussle, the problematic nature of tribute records, playing JUCO football, and more.