Quando Rondo Admits that He did not write the Majority Of 'QPac', Because He Considers Himself A "Crip" Instead Of A 'Rapper'

HipHop News Posted on June 6, 2020 at 3:24am

Quando Rondo Admits that He did not write the Majority Of 'QPac', Because He Considers Himself A "Crip" Instead Of A 'Rapper'

#DXCLUSIVE: "the project was based on the money, because the label put so much money in that shit for no reason," the young rapper reveals to HipHopDX.

New York, NY – When the time came When Rondo to the drop of their debut album QPac in January, the 21-year-old, the rapper had a promising start of his career.

After making rounds by sharing their raps in Instagram, Quando Rondo linked with Lil Baby in the buzz-worthy single "I Remember," that later led to his debut mixtape Life B4 Fame in the year 2018. The project registered more than 60 million cumulative plays on streaming platforms and got him a contract with Atlantic Records and YoungBoy Never Broke Again the finger, Never Broke Again..focused on the ad {

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Months later, When Rondo takes the Life After the Fame and appeared in a series of concerts as the Rolling Strong and SOBxRBE of the sold-out 2018 Global Gangin tour. In 2019, the young rapper unleashed his breaking mixtape, From The Neighborhood of the Stage, which appeared at No. 29 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Everything seemed prepared and ready for When Rondo's debut album, and when that time came, he saw success once more. The album debuted at number 22 on the Billboard 200 chart, and peaked at No. 14 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. But according to the Savannah native, who was not very fond of it.

"Big bro, I'm not even going to lie to you, I do not like QPac. The project was based on the money, because the label put so much money in that shit for no reason," he reveals to HipHopDX. "H

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