June Popi is a thriving new artist buzzing right now with the new song called “Calvin Klein.” Now recognized as one of the hottest new emerging artists in Hip-Hop, June Popi prepares to explode with a collection of new music in the upcoming album. Before the ascension to superstardom, we sit down with the new artist for a quick conversation about his recent popularity, background and plans for the rest of 2020. After you watch his latest video, “Calvin Klein,” read the complete interview below.
HF: What can we expect from you throughout the remainder of 2020?
JUNE POPI: Expect the unexpected.
Do you feel it is important to use your platform to touch on matters beyond your music?
Ima say what I feel whether they like it or not
How do you want your fans to view you as an artist?
I want them to see me as motivation. All you gotta do is stay down.
Who are some artists that you’d like to collaborate with in the future?
Money Man, Gucci Man, Sauce Walka.
How has your sound separated itself from other artists on the come up?
Niggas be in the studio lying and shit. I get in the studio and let my soul talk. I’m spiritually in tune with this. They ain’t.
What would you say is your most polished song to date?
What would you say is your most polished album to date?
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ABOUT JUNE POPI
June Popi, a brand-new Oklahoma City rapper, has created trailblazing popularity from obscurity with true story reports and trendy country raps. Arising to acknowledgment in 2017, he created an undeniable following with street hits like “Racks,” “Sauce” and “Trenches.” Today, he continues to build momentum with the release of potentially his best track yet in the new single, titled, “Calvin Klein.”
“Calvin Klein” follows June Popi‘s latest singles “Dirty Birds” and “Nawf.” The string of hits established a foundation for an anticipated late-2020 full-length release. June Popi‘s complete catalog is available now on all DSPs via 5150. After the listen, feel free to follow June Popi and his money-driven capers on Instagram.