But as the Texas native prepares for a move out to the West Coast he's already envisioning a new descriptor: President of the United States. But this election has been eye-opening for me. I don't think any of these people running for president have any clue how to be in touch with the American people. I know what it's like to be the son of immigrants, to be a minority, to be broke. I know what it's like to be around rich people. I know what racists are like because I went to high school with a bunch of them.
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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Then he was a relatively clean shaven, UT-Austin graduate with a bit of an edge to him. He rapped with a ferocity; an appreciative smoker, he could always put a bong or bowl down just to light up a verse at warp speed. He had opened up for The Cool Kids then, just as Scoremore was starting to fully become a brand as both talent booking agency and the promoters for emerging rap acts in the state.
A Houston native, Williams graduated from UT with honors and has since garnered quite a buzz in the rap world. Am I actually going to go to law school? When I was in school it was something that I was studying for, and it was my plan, but then things started taking off with music and I just kind of ditched it. That was right around the time I was getting booked. It was a crazy time. Basically, I just started sending my s—t out. In , on my last Christmas break of college actually, I did a song with Killah Caleone. He was really popping at the time. So when we shot a song with him, it was big for our area.