Bay Area artist Nate Grapes chopped it up with A Humble Soul about everything from music to prison during an exclusive phone interview.
Someone who emerged on the rap scene during the Bay’s Hyphy era, Grapes opens up about coming up in Berkeley, California, with Stunnaman of The Pack and the friendly competition they had while recording Stunna’s debut project. Grapes speaks his mind on why he considers his hometown to be overlooked when it comes to cities in the Bay, too.
Grapes’ love for NorCal legend The Jacka’s (and the Mob Figaz) music, the fatal shooting that cost him a decade in prison, and his unforgettable first day in San Quentin are a few of the other topics he touches on during the convo. Check it out below, and don’t forget to subscribe to the A Humble Soul YouTube channel and follow us on social media.