Top Dawg Entertainment’s ScHoolboy Q recently discussed the rollout of his upcoming Blank Face album and explained why record sales don’t have him shook up.
According to Q, he went into this new studio effort stress-free.
“I recorded at my house. I had a lot of time and I did whatever I wanted to do. I never felt rushed or pressured. Sometimes, when you’re in a big studio, you do studio time as a 12-hour session, so you feel like you gotta do everything that day. This time, I was able to work on a record for 24 hours and I never felt this happy in my life working on a record.” (Rap-Up)ARTICLE CONTINUES AFTER ADVERTISEMENT
ScHoolboy also downplayed the importance of worrying about record sales.
“Last album went No. 1. Due to streams, it’s platinum, I guess. It was already gold. I was blessed with that. I had platinum singles. It was just dope, man. I did everything I wanted to do as a rapper – At this point in my career, numbers is not a thing to me. I don’t care about a single. I don’t care about none of that. This is what it is. You like it? You don’t? I’m onto the next one anyways.” (Rap-Up)
Q went to social media in mid-June and unveiled the project’s official cover.
OFFICIAL – JULY 8tH #BlankFaceLP
Earlier this month, Q announced his album’s release date.