From Queens, New York to Long Island and finally to Los Angeles to hang with the Leakers, Lil Tecca has undergone a lot of changes for a 16-year old kid. The biggest change might have been going from being a 7th grade self-taught recording artist, to being a chart topping superstar-in-the-making by the age of 16.
Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk sat down with Tecca to discuss everything from the New York native’s first experiences with music, to the making of some of his most popular tracks, including both “Ran$om” and “Do It Again,” as well as his advice to other up-and-coming artists.
When asked about what his next radio-dominating track might be, the “Bossanova” rapper shared that he’s in the habit of letting his fans decide what that song will be. While many fan bases would prefer to keep their favorite musicians out of the consciousness of the mainstream, Tecca’s had actually catapulted him to the #1 spot on the #LIFTOFF Show’s Liftoff 5 nightly playlist in addition to the #3 spot on Billboard’s Hot R&B/HipHop chart.
We wouldn’t want to spoil the rest of the interview for you, so check out Lil Tecca’s interview with the L.A. Leakers below!