A Heartfelt Discussion with 1Yeech

New Orleans, Louisiana artist 1Yeech opens up about the inspiration behind his music, segregation, and much more in this latest interview.

October 20, 2021 by Alexandria Anglade
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When asked what are some social issues that he’s passionate about, 1Yeech stated the following…

“The segregation of convicted felons and non-convicted U.S. citizens is something within this country that I highly disagree with. When an individual gets out of confinement, there are few resources available for rehabilitation”, proclaims 1Yeech.

Subsequently, 1Yeech also describes an encounter with his brother that persuaded his entrepreneurial tastebuds to pursue a career in music.

“My brother Smoove24 always wanted me to rap because I freestyle often. Unfortunately, he was murdered while I was in prison”, states 1Yeech.

Although 1Yeech has faced many obstacles throughout the duration of his journey, he wants his fans to know that they’re always on his mind.

“To my fans; it’s real love here… you guys are the ones who helped change my life for the better. I will never stop being grateful for all of the support that has been shown to me. Thank you from the bottom of my heart”, admits 1Yeech.

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