Waka Flocka took crunk to the next level with his debut album “Flockaveli.” Journalist Drea O suggested Waka’s music paved the way for the drill scene in Chicago.
Waka was asked his thoughts on influencing the genre in the Windy City during his sit-down interview with Drea.
“I like it. I love it,” he said. “I just wanna see them make some dollars and not just make a body count. Make some business out of it.”
Waka says he doesn’t consider himself drill, but rather an entertainer.
“I just express myself. Music was like anger management to me. It still is. It’s just fun. I use the s**t to party, have fun and express myself.”
Check out Waka Flocka’s interview with Drea O above.
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Waka Flocka Speaks On Influencing ‘Drill Music’
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