Do you think fans of your trap-rap work with TNGHT and Kanye West will be turned off by songs like "Kettles"?
I'm not under any illusions: Someone who only knows me from TNGHT is probably going to be like, "What the f--- is this doing on here?" It was very much an experiment for me. Plus, I have always been keen to get into doing more soundtrack work.
It's easy to hear West or someone else rapping on "Ryderz" and making it a hit. Why did you keep it instrumental?