2 Chainz have taken over a corner of Atlanta with the release of their ‘Dope Don’t Sell Itself’ album and taking their Stash Box on the road!
2 Chainz has started the deployment of its album in style! He brought his album cover to life at a “Stash Box” pop-up in Atlanta on Monday, January 31.
The Georgia native held an exclusive listening session for his upcoming album “Dope Don’t Sell Itself” due this Friday (February 4). He stood on a plinth as he performed in front of the crowd during the session.
Stove God has shared a clip of 2 Chainz rapping on their single “Vlad TV”. The song is from the upcoming album and also features Symba and Major Myjah.
Also, in addition to the new project, attendees were treated to a merchandise delivery during the immersive album launch. Check out this brilliant recap of the event from Atlanta foodie, Sunshine.
The “Stash Box” pop-up, which 2 Chainz calls a reimagined image of my “first bank account,” is about to hit the road. He has already called on fans to get in touch if they want to attend the Las Vegas pop-up at Drais.
2 Chainz reveals the dark side of rap fame
Meanwhile, 2 Chainz recently made a startling revelation about the downsides of being a famous rapper.
“I’ve actually been arrested more times as a rapper than when I was trapping and doing everything else,” 2 Chainz said. home radio. “I got locked up at the airport, I had a four finger ring at LaGuardia. They accused me of brass knuckles. Locked me up. I got caught in Los Angeles, when I was skinny, they got into my bag, found me skinny, took me off the plane.
2 Chainz continued, “I got f ##### in Oklahoma for, they say it was a hostage situation, something. I don’t know what they are trying. Dead end. They told the tour bus while we were there, disconnected the generator. You know, at first I just felt like maybe I was a target or something, but you know.