Heron Celly Talks 8 Mile, Basketball, 9000 Rondae & Rappers Dissing Dead Opps

Detroit artist Heron Celly chopped it up with A Humble Soul about his upbringing on West 8 Mile, past love for basketball, diverse style and upcoming music. He also touched on his friendship with 9000 Rondae, rappers dissing dead opps, and the importance of staying committed and consistent in life and music. Checkout the interview below, and don’t forget to share, subscribe and support (Cash App: $AHumbleSoul). 

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