Sheck Wes Opens Up On Being Sent To Africa, Dapper Dan Stories & Meeting Kanye West

Sheck Wes has one hell of a story! His father made clothes for Dapper Dan. At 17 he was sent to Senegal, Africa where he got a whole different perspective on life. He speaks on the music he makes, and meeting Kanye West & Travi$ Scott for the first time.

Don’t miss this eye opening conversation! His album ‘Mudboy’ Is available now.

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