Kipp Stone talks cappin’ and wreckin’, getting fried in junior high, ending up with a best friend after dissing every rapper in the city, and performs the exclusive “Retrograde Raps” live in studio
Kipp Stone‘s 2020 release HOMME was a carefully crafted and perfectly cohesive album. It was a stylistic leap forward for Kipp, and the first time he’d genuinely felt he found his voice on record. “Sprague Street” featuring Mick Jenkins was picked up by a number of playlists, and Kipp’s buzz has been steadily on the rise.
Born and raised in Cleveland, this was Kipp’s first trip to Los Angeles. With the release of his excellent new EP, Faygo Baby, and the “three perfect albums” he has plotted in his head, it definitely won’t be his last trip out here.
Tune in to hear us talk about cappin’ and wreckin’, getting fried in junior high, and ending up with a best friend after dissing every rapper in the city.