Boo Rossini is hard on his grind and prepping to release his Coke-A-Cola Classic mixtape and recently sat down with Nino's Corner to discuss the upcoming project. You can check out an excerpt from the interview below.
Recently, Nino sat down with CTE's own Boo Rossini to chop it up about his upcoming project "Coke-a-Cola Classic." Boo gives us some further insight into his CTE affilliation and other projects beside the mixtape he has slated to come out.
NinosCorner: For those who are new to Boo Rossini, give our viewers a little insight into the real you.
Boo Rossini: I’m a Mississippi native first and foremost, and we’re often overlooked when it comes to Rap or Hip-Hop music, so the odds have been against me since day 1. But I continue to carry the state on my back, and they’re with me 100%. With that being said, I prefer the rest to be heard through the music.
NinosCorner: So when did you first start rapping?
Boo Rossini: I first started rapping as a teen, spitting in my neighborhood, at school and participating in local talent shows.
NinosCorner: Growing up, what kind of music and artists did you listen to?
Boo Rossini: When I was child my mom and dad often played Soul music and R&B. As far as rap music goes, I grew up on NWA, Snoop, Ball and MJG, The Geto Boyz, UGK, No Limit, Cash Money, and whoever else was making noise back then.
NinosCorner: How did you link up with Jeezy to become a part of CTE?
Boo Rossini: Me and Jeezy go way back before the rap shit. But I had a situation over at J Records that wasn’t progressing, so he told me to come CTE whenever I took care of business with that.
NinosCorner: Tell us more about your new mixtape, “Coka A Cola Classic” and when/where can people find it?
Boo Rossini: “Coke A Cola Classic” is exactly what it is. Once you hear it, and see the visuals that I have, you’ll understand why I chose the double meaning name “Coke-A-Cola”. I have some crazy features, ranging from Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Billy Blue, to Bobby Valentino. I plan to drop online and in the streets next month. It will be available on usda2day.com, livemixtapes.com, datpiff.com, and ahost of other outlets.
Check out the rest of the interview here.