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The way we met was in Sydney, Australia Eagle Against all enemies foreign and Domestic shirt . It’s a pretty small scene compared to over here. We really liked rap music and there was a little scene bubbling in our area, but it was mostly based on American and UK culture. So at our age, we were the only ones making music.There was a show with a bigger artist at the time, a local rapper I was a fan of, and I’m 15 so I couldn’t go in because it was an 18+ event. But I really wanted to do some crazy stuff. I was a pretty wild kid, I was really into Travis Scott and that whole rage mentality.I went to this show and jumped the fence and ran up on stage. Outran all the security guards and just stage dived into the crowd on a whim. I actually [recorded] it too on my phone, I have a video of the whole thing.Everyone was going crazy, the artist pulled me on stage. Then the security started escorting me off the stage. When I was coming off the side, I saw LAROI and I was like, “Who are you? You look like a little kid, how the hell are you in here?” We just had a small interaction and then I got kicked out.
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One of my homies texted me like, “Yo, that thing you was at, that kid named LAROI was there, I seen him on Instagram, you should hit him up!” He had maybe a couple of thousand followers or less at the time so I DM’d him like, “Yo, that was me who just jumped the stage Eagle Against all enemies foreign and Domestic shirt .” He was like, “No way! Let’s kick it.” Since we first met we just clicked and connected like that. We just had the same interests, we were passionate about music.How did you guys end up making the move to the States?We had been working, kicking it every day. At the time, he was homeless, basically. The way we really got close was that he’d been staying at my crib a lot and he’d sleep over for days at a time. I never questioned it because I always had my friends staying with me. When I found out he was homeless, it was just crazy.We were kicking it every day, going to the studio, and he started building a local hype on the scene. A lot of kids in Sydney were hyped about LAROI. I permanently moved over here when Columbia had signed him with Grade A and they were like, “You gotta come out here and stay with us.”I didn’t actually come with him when he first came over here, he came over with Grade A and was on tour with [Juice WRLD]. He hit me like, “Haan, come out to LA, I got a crib, I got a spare room for you, I need you to DJ these shows with me.” I just sold everything I had at the time, got a one-way ticket to L.A., and stayed with him a couple of months. We got to experience the lifestyle and scene, meet people, and do a lot of stuff.
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