Stunna 4 Vegas calls himself RICH YOUNGIN for a reason. With the release of his mixtape, RICH YOUNGIN’, he defines on how he remains on top. The mixtape features Da Baby, Lil’ Baby, Black Youngsta and Offset. You are wondering how he got rich in six months? Don’t worry, we got the answer to it! As being apart of the top independent label, Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment, the “Up The Smoke” artist has given you plenty of vibes of what he is about.
He recently went on the KIRK tour with Charlotte native Da Baby last year, and it was one of the top tours that was nearly sold out in every city. As we dive deep into the talk of his mixtape, we spoke with the Salisbury native and discussed what is the meaning on why he named his mixtape and term of RICH YOUNGIN’, his journey of being apart of Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment, the visual concept of “Change My Life’ that features Blac Youngsta and more.
RESPECT.: We got to know Stunna, how did you get rich in 6 months?
I wanted to do it the right way by staying consistent and having a team behind you like Billion Dollar Baby.
RESPECT.: Tell us your experience about how you getting signed to Billion Dollar Baby, from then to now.
It has been a blessing. I had the experience before I got signed. I came into the game. Da Baby made a way by seeing both of our careers unfold.
RESPECT.: From your last project, Big 4x, are we going to get more of that or different vibes from this project?
I make music off of the vibes. When I get in the studio, you never know what you can expect. Soon, I will be working on rapping to slower tunes.
RESPECT.: Define RICH YOUNGIN.
You are going to hear me popping my sh** with the artists who are featured on the mixtape by beat and sound wise. My last project had a bounce to it. With this one, I want it to have something that you can bop to, smoke to and etc. It is a different vibe.
RESPECT.: We are going to take it back to the ‘Kirk’ tour, where, you was performing and opening up for Da Baby with sold out shows. Tell us your experience with that.
Kirk tour was crazy. It ain’t a show without Baby. Kirk tour wasn’t our first one together. It was almost the shortest tour we had been on. The tours prior to this have been even more crazier. We went overseas as well.
RESPECT.: What was the inspiration behind the visual “Change My Life” that features Blac Youngsta? I had seen some behind the scenes content.
We put together a classic that became a movie. Reel Goatz had shot it. Blac Youngsta stuck around throughout the whole visual.
RESPECT.: As being an artist with Billion Dollar Baby Entertainment, do you have any advice as being an upcoming artist from Salisbury, NC and how it made you who you are today?
Don’t let nobody tell you can’t do it. Put that thought in your head. Make sure to keep going by having a team behind you. I’m already cocky. Stay consistent.
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