Saint Bodhi discusses her breakout project "Mad World," getting a story published in Marvel's "Black Panther" comic book, her love for video games, and the moment she found out that she was Grammy-nominated for "Rise & Grind."
Toronto's Pressa joins us for this week's edition of "Rise & Grind" where he reveals why he chose Coi Leray over Pooh Shiesty for the "Attachments" remix, his love for "Snowfall" and the legacy of the late Houdini.
Fousheé, the voice behind the infamous "Deep End" vocal sample that has come to define a TikTok generation, breaks down her success thus far, including studio sessions with Lil Wayne and her brand new project, "time machine."
Baton Rouge's Fredo Bang is preparing for the release of his forthcoming album, "Murder Made Me." He joins us for this week's "Rise & Grind" where he discusses his odd encounter with Kanye West, his first bars, and his relationship with YNW Melly.
Kenny Mason is the star of this week's edition of "Rise & Grind," and the Atlanta artist discusses his new project "Angelic Hoodrat: Supercut" as well as his burning desire to keep growing and moving forward.
Toosii takes center stage for this week's edition of "Rise & Grind." The "Love Cycle" artist reveals that he doesn't listen to very much rap music and talks about being boo'd off stage when he opened up for A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.
Quality Control signee Duke Deuce stars in this week's edition of "Rise & Grind," where he explains how Offset helped him sign his deal, the crunk revival, developing his own weed strain, and much more.
Yung Baby Tate commandeers the spotlight on this week's edition of "Rise & Grind," in which she reveals the creation process behind her viral hit "I Am," touching on her partnership with Issa Rae's Raedio, and stresses the importance of positive affirmations.