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HD4President Talks About Violence In Baton Rouge, Lil Phat, Having The Biggest Song On TikTok

HD4President “Off The Porch” Interview

Last week we connected with Baton Rouge artist HD4President for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our sit down he talked about coming from the Northside of BR, there always being a lot of violence in the city, what he thinks needs to change to help the city, explains why he doesn’t blame the music in BR for the violence in the city, embracing the role of being an OG in his city, his role models growing up being Allen Iverson, Juvenile & Soulja Slim, how Kobe Bryant’s death changed his life, rapping for 20 years before getting his first big break, never wanting to give up & always feeling like he was going to blow up, a lot of rappers around him getting famous, Racked Up Ready coming up with the Bow Bow Bow, turning down multiple deals when he was younger, the jiggin culture in BR, the creative process for his breakthrough song “Cant Stop Jiggin”, doing the remix to WNC Whop Bezzy, explains how Boosie ended up on the song, reveals how he came up with his viral song “Touchdown 2 Cause Hell (Bow Bow Bow)”, the song going viral on TikTok, one day over 200k videos being created with the song, reveals the celebrities that blew his mind when they made a video to the song, how much his life has changed in the past year, labels having a bidding war over him, his new album ‘Find My Way’, his chemistry with Mouse On Tha Track, shares a story about Lil Phat, advice fro the youth, and much more!


Interview by Haze

DGB Media

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“Off The Porch” is Dirty Glove Bastard’s exclusive interview series where artists, producers, DJs & industry insiders are given a platform to tell their unfiltered story. Dirty Glove Bastard was created in 2007 to shine more light on the buzzing, regional music scenes in the South & Midwest.


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