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Polo G recently ripped through his second appearance on the LIFTOFF with his freestyle in support of his forthcoming ‘Hall Of Fame’ album. While the Polo stepped back into his bag for the viral freestyle with the L.A. Leakers Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk, the Chicago native also took some time to chop it up about his junior project.
While the “RAPSTAR” rapper boasts that he’s pulled together an all-star lineup for his album, with features from Nicki Minaj, DaBaby, Roddy Ricch, and many more, Polo also confesses that his recent Lil Wayne collab saw the Louisiana legend outshining the artist. Telling the Leakers that he did have an opportunity to change up his verse to make it better, Polo humorously says, “When I sent it to him [Wayne], and he come in that b****, do a 16, and do my hook over, it’s like he take my sh** over!” Although Polo says he originally did the song just to get in more creative space, it proved that Wayne will always go off on his verse, no matter the track.
Polo G goes on to speak about manifesting his legacy and why he believes he is set to be one of the greats in music, how the 2020 pandemic impacted his life and performance reputation, and much more.
Check out the full interview with Polo G and the L.A. Leakers below!