While writing this piece I was half asleep.
That’s beside the point.
It was a pleasure conversing with him. Just from the way he answered my questions, you can tell he’s prepared for superstardom.
I also noticed the old-school mentality he possesses, as he stands on morals others tend to disregard in 2021. That’s something I appreciate.
Overall, he’s a generous, selfless person that has no issue supporting those around him.
Thank you, my guy.
Aside from our dialogue, I thought I’ll leave you an update on the state of Da Hood Journal.
Things are about to get serious.
A few days ago, I officially concluded my sophomore year of college, and Roki celebrated the conclusion of Ramadan, while also committing to a college of her own (congrats!).
With these things out the way, it allows us more time to devote to taking Da Hood Journal to the next level.
Already in the works of interacting with a new batch of guests, it only will add to the deep list of guests we’ve interviewed already.
I look forward to sharing these fire conversations, like the one I shared with D.R.U, this summer.
With that being said, as always, I hope you both enjoy this interview, as well as getting to know D.R.U.
His journey to the top of the game has just begun.
East Harlem better stand up for the one.
Lastly, shout out to Roki for suggesting that I release his interview this week. The unsung hero strikes once again!
If you made it to the end, thank you so much for reading. Leave a comment if you enjoyed this piece. And please, share this with your friends!
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