As the first signing to industry luminary Sylvia Rhone’s Vested In Culture label, Los Angeles rapper Casey Veggies has made a name for himself since the last time JAY Z’s Life+Times rolled with him. In this episode of “DECODED,” Casey breaks down the meaning behind his song “Whip It,” from his recently released mixtape “Life Changes.”
Though only 19 years of age, it is safe to say that Casey Veggies has grown tremendously over the last couple of years. With his latest projet d’art, fittingly titled Life Changes, the Los Angeles native is ready to reintroduce himself to his steadily increasing audience and display the more mature facets of his personality and career. With features from Left Coast-representatives Dom Kennedy and BJ the Chicago Kid and production work from Harry Fraud, The Futuristiks and 1500 or Nothin’, the Peas & Carrots affiliate has made sure that he offers a true reflection of a young man trying to find his way to success and fulfillment in one of today’s most dynamic, yet unstable industries. We met up with Casey at Known Gallery in Fairfax, LA and spoke with him about his latest mixtape, his future endeavors and his personal take on the music business.
In another episode of Cinematic TV & Ecko Unltd’s “Ecko Studio Sessions”, rising hip-hop star Casey Veggies rolls through the studio to show love and lay down some new material. After kicking it with some cool heads from Cinematic Music Group & Ecko on top of completing a full recording session, Veggies is off to accomplish big things anticipating the release of his debut album “Life Changes” dropping January 22nd on Epic Records. Be sure to tune in next Thursday for the newest volume of Ecko Studio Sessions with Sha Money XL!