Wax’s Podcast: Episode 14

EPISODE 14

I don’t even know what the fuck I said in this one.

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  1. Wil says:

    Yo, Wax. First things first, I love your music. I just started smoking weed, and was looking up videos about rolling j’s and shit on youtube, fucking around, and one of the videos had Limousine in the background. I immediately typed in “The pain from the past makes the pleasure way better”. That line definitely spoke to me because I’ve been through a lot of shit. Anyway, after googling that line, I found you, listened to Scrublife, and smoked the fuck out of a couple of bowls. Your music is fun and inspirational, the best kind of music there is.
    But yea, for the past few years, I’ve been coming into my singing voice, and everyone is in love with it. Not bragging or anything, I guess I’m just reminding myself not to forget or hide my talents. But before I started singing, my dad got me into rapping and making beats. That was around nine years old, but growing up and realizing I’m gay, made me feel like no one would really take me seriously. I mean, hip hop already shits on gay dudes, so I kind of just gave up on rapping. But listening to you, has completely reinvigorated my desire to rap.
    So I wanna say thank you for it. I know you didn’t set out to make music to inspire me specifically, but the point is, you did, and I’m forever grateful.

    Wish you the best in all,
    Wil

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