Detroit rapper Yae Yae Jordan chopped it up with A Humble Soul for his first interview since going to prison in 2014 for second-degree murder.
During his conversation with AHS, Jordan talks about the circumstances surrounding his case, how his prison bid has been so far and his current relationships with Chief Keef, Payroll Giovanni and BYLUG. Jordan also opens up about the love he has for his neighborhood Puritan Ave., how prosecutors tried to play his music during trial, Detroit artists he’s listening to, unreleased music and spits a freestyle.
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