Moneybagg Yo Talks Going Back to His Roots for Upcoming Album 'Reset'

Moneybagg Yo Talks Going Back to His Roots for Upcoming Album 'Reset'


Moneybagg Yo is making waves as an unbiased artist, distinguishing himself from an array of bold rappers making an attempt to interrupt into the style in any method they will. But for the Memphis native, that method wasn't obligatory, as he used his underground method — performing in golf equipment and strip golf equipment — to launch his fascinating profession.

Now, getting ready to his first studio album, he’s change into one in all hip-hop’s “artists to observe” on this very oversaturated market.

The 27-year-old is presently signed to Nless Entertainment and finally linked up with Yo Gotti’s file label, CMG. He additionally went on to signal a major-label distribution cope with Interscope Records whereas concurrently remaining on the unbiased circuit.

What folks don’t understand about Moneybagg Yo is the quantity of dedication and energy he has put into his music, seeing that he dropped over 10 mixtapes within the final six years. Three mixtapes have been launched in 2017, and a kind of mixtapes, Federal 3X, even went on to peak at No. 5 on the Streets Talkin 200 albums chart. This previous yr, the stressed artist delivered two mixtapes, 2 Heartless and Bet On Me, which peaked at No. 16 and No. 11 on the Streets Talkin 200, respectively. That’s a powerful feat for hardly any mainstream promotion within the music business.

Now getting ready to his upcoming file Reset (set to drop on Nov. 2), Streets Talkin visited the rising MC on the set of his music video for “Okay,” that includes Future, to speak in regards to the thrilling venture and the way he’s going again to his roots in addition to opening up a couple of particular documentary he’s been engaged on within the city the place he grew up, in South Memphis.

For the complete interview, watch the video above.