In “Money Don’t Buy Time,” Casey Veggies reflects on his life achievements over the Usher-sampled Lee Bannon instrumental. The road to success is never an easy one.
Produced by The Futuristiks.
Casey Veggies and the Peas and Carrots crew stopped by Sway In The Morning for a live performance of his Life Changes cut “Faces,” along with an interview where Young Veggies discusses his upbringing and how he feels disadvantaged because he was born in the 90s and missed out on an era in Hip-Hop.
Watch the interview after the jump.
Young Veggies, along with his super bad curly-haired chick, rides super fast in a shiny black Benz jeep along California’s Pacific Coast Highway in “Faces,” off Life Changes. There’s even a little cute pup that makes a cameo in the black-and-white clip.
Directed by Jerome D.
With only three days away from HS87 releasing their compilation All I’ve Ever Dream Of, they dropped this new leak today.
After recently signing to music industry executive Sylvia Rhone’s Vested In Culture label, Casey Veggies has stayed afloat in 2013′s headlines. Today, Casey’s back in the spotlight on Jay-Z’s Life+Times’s “Decoded.” The Los Angeles native explains the true meaning of his song “Whip It,” off his recent mixtape Life Changes.
Before Casey gets all four of his wisdom teeth pulled out, he decided to liberate a new single on his Tumblr. “Energy,” boasting verses from Casey Veggies and Rockie Fresh, blends the MCs sounds together much like the artwork provided. Make sure you download Casey’s Life Changes and Rockie’s Electric Highway. Both fresh and strong starts to 2013.
Produced by Uncle Dave.
Hard to believe that Casey Veggies is only 19 years old. His projects are always fun but on a maturity level that takes some rappers years to achieve. Plus, I’m a fan of his art and movement. With all that being said, HYPTRAK TV spotlighted Young Veggies in a nice sit-down interview filmed at Known Gallery right here on Fairfax in LA. Watch the Los Angeles native discuss his latest mixtape Life Changes, future projects and his thoughts on music industry.
I’m a fan of rappers who release their projects without delay. With that said, Casey Veggies delivers Life Changes right on time. The 13-track project features contributions from Dom Kennedy, BJ the Chicago Kid, Harry Fraud, 1500 or Nothin and more. Stream and download after the jump.
Life Changes out Tuesday, January 22nd.