Peedi Peedi is a member of the group State Property, and is signed as a solo artist to Rocafella Records. His debut solo album, “Prince of the Roc,” is due later this year.
In our interview, Peedi talks about growing up with hip-hop, not rapping publicly until age 17, and his current state of malaise. He also talks about his relationship with fellow Philly MC Freeway — when the two met, Freeway as dressed as a ninja, doing ninja moves. (Obviously, they became fast friends.)
In our bonus audio Peedi talks about his identity as a Latino and a Philadelphian. He also clarifies his beef with Juelz Santana and his role with The Roots.
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