**VIDEO EXCERPT, FULL INTERVIEW & PHOTOS BELOW**
After spending almost the last two months in jail, Alley Boy is back to work on his next mixtape, Nigganati. In the first interview AB has given since being released, he talks about his legal troubles, the Duct Tape movement, and “The Real A.” (Just released: Strictly 4 TrapsNTrunks 27 features the track Alley Boy recorded last night with Eldorado Red, Eastside Jody, and Bambino Gold. Studio photos below.)
For people who don’t know, tell us where you’ve been and what happened.
I had got jammed up, I was driving in my car and got pulled over. For the last year and a half I been on the run. All this time I just been workin’, tryin’ to build up my shit, but I always been on the run. I caught a case at the end of ’09 and it violated my probation. I wanted to keep working so that’s the reason I didn’t turn myself in. I felt like I had to work on my music ‘cause I knew I was gon’ have a little ride, at least I thought I was. So I got locked up, but when I went to court I had a good ass lawyer. They gave me a probation bond and let me out until I finish with the cases. I still gotta go to court, but for the most part I think I’m good. I was locked up for a month and a half – shit felt like a year. To a person who probably ain’t got shit goin’ on that shit seems short, but when you got a career and a dream you pushin’, that shit seems like forever. Read more…