Money Man on “24”, Being Vegan, Joe Rogan, Cash Money & Starting a Podcast | HNHH’s On the Come Up

Money Man has been on his independent grind for awhile, and we’re seeing his name shift over to mainstream success slowly but surely, while his cult following remains as loyal as ever. Off the heels of his “Epidemic” deluxe edition, which included a remix of “24” featuring Lil Baby, we sat down with Money Man over Zoom Video to discuss his come-up for our latest episode of On the Come Up. See the full topic breakdown and timestamps below, we discuss his approach to life, constantly trying to better himself, his marijuana habit and having to do what he calls “weed fasts” every now and then, his interest in podcasts (he incidentally reveals he has plans to start his own podcast), the infamous Cash Money deal and much more.

Read the full unabridged interview over on the site for even more with Money Man:

Growing up in ATL 00:17 – 02:03
Starting to Rap 02:04 – 02:24
The Debut Mixtape “Black Circle” 02:25 – 04:04
The Mainstream Disconnect 04:05 – 05:02
Always Learning New Things 05:03 – 06:04
Grow God 06:05 – 07:05
Marijuana Culture 07:06 – 08:17
The Lyrics 08:18 – 10:16
The Joe Rogan Effect 10:17 – 11:00
Vegan + Fasting Lifestyle 11:00 – 12:11
The Next Project 12:12 – 13:49
Features Strategy 13:50 – 15:33
Cash Money 15:34 – 17:23
What’s Next 17:23 –

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