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Drew Parks Interview

This episode is a special interview of Michigan artist Drew Parks! Drew has a very interesting career path. Starting his rap career at age 10, releasing his first album at age 15, starting a music podcast at age 13, his love for Detroit hip-hop, forming a brotherhood with Andre Drummond, getting a mixtape hosted by Pauly D, getting the theme song of ESPN’s show performing for Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Eminem, and Rihanna, opening for Kendrick Lamar on his Good Kidd m.A.A.d City Tour, adapting to the streaming era of music, what to expect in the future and much more.

 

 

 

Subscribe to the podcast series on Podbean and Itunes

 

Podbean: http://chrispy1132.podbean.com/

 

Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/chris-platte-presents-hip/id1123337898?mt=2

 

Contact me

Twitter: @realchrisplatte

Snapchat: chrispy1132

Email: chrispy1132@gmail.com

 

 

Guest(s): Drew Parks

 

 

Follow him on Twitter: @drewparks

 

Find all his content here: drewparks.com

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