This is putting you in a couple hats, artist and CEO. How do you like that challenge?
600Breezy: I like the challenge. It’s putting the challenge on myself to do both. I don’t want to be just an artist; I want my foot everywhere in the game. I never want to leave the game; my stamp gotta be there in some type of way, rapper, CEO, boss all in one. I’m trying to get in this game and be all over it. I want to see what the money is like. This shit paid my probation off. I was on probation four years on some drug shit, me just trying to get somewhere. I wasn’t out there just to do it, I was trying to get some money to feed my shorty. Being my own boss got me checks and I was able to pay that off. Now I’m able to do me. Those checks is everything, coming from nothing. Four figure checks coming in everyday? I want to know what those six figure and seven figure checks coming in look like. That’s boss shit.
Hopping into the music, do you see growth in what you putting out?
600Breezy: Definitely bro. Coming in I was on some just gang banging shit. Just talking shit toward my enemies, it was hot though. I was saying something with it but I was being disrespectful. My appearance is getting the female crowd so it’s make something like this. I got a million people in my ear like “you gotta go radio” and I’m never going to go search for a hit. You will never get one if you search one. It’s about the work. If people like it and take heed to it there goes your hit right there. All my music was raw and unmixed, it sounded like anything and I was going over beats just rapping. Now I got songs, different hooks and melodies. It’s still hardcore, that’s just me. I ain’t no R&B ass singing nigga. I have to get somebody on the hook to do that for me. Now that I’m getting money, seeing more, I have been to just about every state in the United States I can rap about something else. I can come to the crib and give my OG money and kids don’t have to worry about nothing, baby momma straight, I have something else to talk about. That’s changing right there. It’s making the music better.
What made you choose “6ix Hundred” as the lead single?
600Breezy: It’s me. It’s raw. “6ix Hundred,” is like everything I represent forever. Them the niggas I grew up with. My brothers. We grew from 3, 4, 5 years old. That “6ix Hundred” is everything and I got a lot of niggas that died behind it, go to jail for long times, that chorus is everything, it represents where we from. That’s me. The chorus is letting them know nigga, “six, six, six, six, six, six, hundred gang.” Letting them know and the bars coming in, “Breezo nigga yea what’s poppin, riding around we opp shoppin.” Niggas like woah, they doing what? It’s a definition of me basically.
You got people you rock with on George Gervin, producers like Metro Boomin, London on da Track. How was it developing those reputations and what was it like collaborating?
600Breezy: It’s crazy cause Atlanta to the two hottest producers to me with them. I got a super good relationship with London, I could go to sleep on his couch right now. Street nigga, came out the mud from nothing. Both of them is the two niggas you hear all over the radio. Off GP, I didn’t have to pay, off the love, the strength, building a relationship. They throw on a beat and go off on them. They put it to the test and I’m gone. I got a few London joints, I need to get back up with my boy Metro, but I got a few London joints. That’s my brother. To come into the game this early and to have a Metro and a London on da Track that’s crazy, unheard-of and I didn’t have to put down half my earnings. I got five tracks with London, I just won’t put them all on the project. Me and London got a project coming.