By The Hip Hop Writer
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Making his rounds on the mixtape scene, Boston George has become one of the biggest artists in Texas. Boston George is a rising member of the Houston hip hop scene and he is one of the most-discussed artists out right now. Teaming up with CTE member, Boo Rossini, Boston George is preparing to release Drug War tomorrow.
Boston George has made moves over the past few months, appearing on many of the hottest mixtapes. In addition to his mixtape appearances, Boston George also has a few hit singles out with Meek Mill, Yo Gotti, Kirko Bangz, Scarface, and more. Today, alongside Boo Rossini, Boston George released the “Trill” single.
Hip Hop Vibe caught up with Boston George and he spoke about his current projects, starting with Drug War. Breaking down Drug War, Boston George talked about more work with Big K.R.I.T., and his collaborations. “Trill” is out and it features Yo Gotti and Scarface.
Read the entire interview below:
With the Drug War mixtape with Boo Rossini dropping on July 9, do you feel any pressure going in? Not so much. Being the CEO of AMG has prepared me for moments like this
Leading up to the mixtape release, you guys have dropped a lot of tracks, how do you feel about the fan reaction? Real good. The fans have been the driving force behind this project.
You recently dropped the “Faded” track with Big K.R.I.T., what was it like to work with him before he became such a big star? He’s a very talented artist and I plan on doing more with him in the future, especially on production.
What elements did Bigga Rankin bring to the Drug War mixtape? He put all the pieces to the puzzle together. I look forward to doing more projects with him in the future.
Why did you choose him and DJ J-Bone to host the project? Jay Bone is my official DJ, so it was only right.
Will you be releasing another song to go along with the July 9 mixtape release? No, just the tape. We put out three songs from it already, “Strip Club,” “Plug,” and “Trill” with Yo Gotti and Scarface.
What has it been like to see all the support you and Boo Rossini have received from the veteran hip hop artists? I can’t speak for Boo, but for me it feels like I’m on the right track when the OGs step up to support what I’m doing.
Are there any surprise guests we should expect to see on the mixtape? You’ll just have to wait and see (laughs).
Can you talk about the “Trill” track with Yo Gotti and Scarface? Gotti and Face together on a track just made sense. I got a good relationship with both of them and they are both some trill niggas, so it was only right to put the two together.
Why should fans support your project with a download and where can we find you on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram? I’m giving them me, I’m giving them the streets. Follow me here on Twitter, check me out on Instagram, and on Facebook. Also, BostonGeorgeAMG.com is my official website.