Recently, ScHoolboy Q has been on a media run in promotion of his new album CrasH Talk, and — naturally and understandably — he’d been pretty short on topics about Mac Miller and more personal subject matter. In a recent chop-up with Charlamagne Tha God, Q found himself finally opening up about the late artist in ways that found him visibly emotional — a breakthrough that truly shows just how much such a loss affected him. Add in his thoughts on his mother and daughter, Nipsey Hussle, depression and true feelings about his career, this makes for his most in-depth, honest interview to date — one that can only bring more respect (not that he never had it) for the TDE star.
Check out the 40-minute ‘CrasH Talk’ below.
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