Gunplay sits shirtless, his tattoos brazen across his upper torso, his big, chunky dreads tied back casually. In the last few years he’s seen his work pay off, and his gradual rise has been phenomenal. Working alongside artists like Rick Ross, Kendrick Lamar and Lil Wayne, he’s been able to carve himself a solid niche nestled inside the industry.
"I love Shrooms, that's actually my favourite,” he notes, “that's something I could live with for the rest of my life… I went into the wormhole, where you go there's no time, you don't feel your heart beat. I seen the plants all connected with each other. It changed my life, it makes you see the world that's here that we can't see, put it that way.”
His unique perspective on being on this planet allows him to think of differing writing styles and eccentric topics. "I feel that we're beings from a certain galaxy that gets a chance to come down to earth plane and experience what love is - and death - and pain. When we leave here, we graduate to another galaxy where there is eternal life and love. But you have to do good here, this is the testing grounds, when you don't get it right, you come back. You have to make it heaven on earth."