Off The Porch Interview: Big Moochie Grape Talks About Dolph, Memphis, East Haiti Baby

We recently sat down with Memphis’ Big Moochie Grape for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our sit down he talked about his lack of childhood, getting arrested for the first time when he was 8 years old, jumping off the porch at a very young age, his dad currently being incarcerated, explains why he calls his area East Haiti, getting shot at when he was just 6 years old, the violence in Memphis getting worse, not having any positive role models, embracing being an OG, starting to take music seriously in 2018 when he came home from jail, finding out that rap was his hidden talent, working with Peewee Longway before he went to jail, signing to Young Dolph the day he came home, having a hard time leaving the streets when he first signed, touring with Dolph, his reaction when he heard the news about his passing, Dolph’s legacy in Memphis, recording “In Dolph We Trust” as a tribute to him, his new album ‘East Haiti Baby’, being more focused on music right now than he ever has, his creative process, his music video “Christopher Wallace” that he shot in NYC, plans to drop videos for every song on the tape, his chemistry with Bandplay, plans to drop a deluxe, losing his IG page, explains how the streets compares to the music industry, shares advice fro the youth, showing love to his fans while he is out in public, dealing with internet trolls, and much more!

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