Blaze Ya Dead Homie Interview With New Transcendence

Blaze Ya Dead Homie Interview With New Transcendence

Blaze Ya Dead Homie

During an interview set before his newest release with New Transcendence website, Blaze Ya Dead Homie spoke about The Casket Factory and what makes it different from his past work. He also speaks on his fellow Majik Ninja Entertainent artist, Lex the Hex Master, plus more content on the currently released music video for They Call That Gangsta.

The interview goes on to give juggalos and new fans alike an insight on the ‘life’ of the Deadman, bringing light to what to expect at a show for those who have never been. When asked about the promotion of the album, Blaze had this to say;

BearlySinister: Based on the way that you’ve been promoting this album, would it be correct to assume this is a concept album?

Blaze: This is my biggest thing to date. I’m really tryin’ to push everything out there. I haven’t gone away, it’s all about work, this is what I wanted to do in the first place. Just to be out there and start kids and do my thing, enjoy what I do. I’ve been blessed to be able to do this for so long. It’s like a reinvention of everything that I’ve done and I hope everybody enjoys it as much as we did puttin’ it together”.

To check out the rest of the in-depth and exclusive interview, hop over to the New Transcendence website!

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