600Breezy Says LA Capone Inspired Him To Take Rapping Serious

600Breezy regards himself as the “People’s Choice.” Breezy is increasingly becoming a fan favorite in Chiraq’s burgeoning Hip Hop movement.
600Breezy gives all credit to his decision to go full throttle with his music to slain 600 comrade LA Capone.

Capone, born Leonard Anderson, was fatally shot Sept. 26, 2013 after leaving a recording studio.
“I do this sh-t for my brother LA,” he told DIB Ent. “He was tooken too soon. He’s one of the greatest rappers to ever come out of Chicago, period. …Look him up if you ain’t heard of him. If you ain’t heard of him, you sleep. You been under a rock.
“I didn’t take it serious until I lost LA,” he continued. “LA was on his way. He was almost there. He was right there. He took off. That fu sh-t happen, but it’s the streets. Everyday sh-t. It inspired me to do this sh-t.”
Breezy said he hopes to release his debut mixtape by the second quarter of 2015.
“I’m pushing for the next six months,” he said. “I got something classic for em, you feel me? Something to f-ck the streets up. I already got the streets with just singles and videos. They begged me for a tape. I wasn’t gone do no tape. I’m doing sh-t for my fans, really. I’m doing this for the people. Whatever they ask for, I’ma give em.”

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