Kap G dropped in early Tuesday morning on election day with The Cruz Show to talk new music, the importance of family, voting, and being a voice for the Latino community. The rapper talks about how he learned his work ethic from his family and how important they are to him;
One thing I seen from my Mom and Dad they always made sure we had a roof on top of our head; you know what I’m saying. They put us first. They always scarified, first, you know what I’m saying, for their children, so like, I’m gonna do the same. All this rap stuff cool, you know buying the Rolex, diamonds, all of that, but I do this for all my family, yes sir, and to make a difference, no cap.
The Atlanta rapper goes on to express how vital it is to exercise your right to vote:
I feel like, if we want to see change, you know, I want to see people who look more like me in the office, you know what I’m saying. Who know the struggle, who come from the same communities I come from, but like if you want to see change like that, you want to see stuff happen, you know you gotta go vote. I know a lot of people don’t really see it a lot of times, like, “Oh, my vote don’t mean nothing,” but you got to go out here and vote.
Kap adds how grateful he is for having the platform to be a leader in the Latino community through his music, especially for the youth. He dropped his latest album No Kap back in September, and more recently a single titled “A Day Without a Mexican,” and shares with J Cruz that a collab with Pharrell is also on the way!
— Pharrell Williams (@Pharrell) November 2, 2018
Watch the full interview below: