To DJMag he said that “I wouldn’t say that I’m consciously confrontational with my music. It just happens that way. The fact that I’m a gay black man in a field typically inhabited by straight white men is confrontational enough at most times. I can’t help but spill a bit of my narrative into my productions — that narrative just happens to be a very sex positive, and socially radical one.” That narrative is also portrayed beautifully on his Twitter, and so I sent him over a few questions that have to do with his most faved Tweets.
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