Young E Class Says D.C. Is Changing for the Best for White People (Part 5)

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In this clip, Young E Class detailed some of his aspirations for the music business and beyond. He spoke about the way that he spreads motivation across his city and how speaking to kids at schools and juvenile detention facilities provides hope. Young E Class talked about starting his record label while locked up along with the help of his brother as a way to provide recently released inmates a constructive environment to express themselves.

Young E Class went on to discuss the social climate in his native Washington D.C. and how gentrification is only displacing the issues that plagued the city – not fixing them. He revealed that Pac was a heavy influence and that he look to him as a father figure growing up. He also spoke about how Pac influenced his latest project Bag Season and the stories he tells through each respective track.


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eChoiceInterviewMedia BuzzNewNews | Published 6:25 pmSun, December 10, 2017 | By hiphop
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