Future sits down with the one and only Tim Westwood to discuss his latest mixtape “Monster.” In the nearly 24-minute long interview, the Freebandz rapper mentioned his struggle with making hits and maintaining his original sound that he is best known for. He also touches on his upcoming sophomore album, in which he says it’s about to be “f—ing nuts.”
The ATL rapper explained why he chooses to keep his private life and public life completely separate. Hendrix stated,
The music I make it can never affect my personal life and my personal life can never affect my music. My Instagram is not about to be my personal life. My Instagram is not about to have my kids on it, and I’m with my kids all the time. I’m not gonna be like, “chilling at the house with my kids.” I got kids that also look at IGs and I feel like that character that I’m in is not daddy mode. People gotta know how to separate it.
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