How did things start changing for you after 100 Trynna Kill Me blew up?
That shit changed the game for me, it was a good feeling because it made me realize that I was really being heard, like damn they listenin’.
Why did you start making music as KirbLaGoop and not DJ Kirby?
DJ Kirby was just some chopped and screwed shit back when I was with Big Dipper Clique but I always been rapping but back then it used to be more for fun. After I got out of jail around 2012, I started to take rapping more seriously, I was like “this all I got left, hope I make it”, and now I’m here.
What is the most important thing to you?
My momma, real shit.
What or who inspires you?
The New Orleans rap scene and Juvenile. Juvenile is a big inspiration, I fuck with 400 Degreez hard.
When do you feel the most creative?
Foreal, I don’t even know how to describe it. It just comes to me; I hear a tight beat and it just flows naturally like with Ounces and Ion Juug No Mo.
Has anybody ever had to push you to make music?
Not yet. I been had times when I know I’m slackin’ but the only way my music is going to be heard is by being consistent. I just gotta keep putting new shit out there.
What are the principles you live by?
Keeping shit 100 thousand and riding 1Deep. Always gotta live by your word.
What is your writing process like?
I’m always smokin’ and just go with the flow and keep the flow going. Doesn’t take much.
How do you separate yourself from other artists?
Just be Kirb. I don’t flex and I don’t hate.
If you can work with anyone who would you want to work with?
Definitely Lil B but foreal Yung Thug too.
What have you been listening to lately?
I’ve been fuckin’ with Goth Money, they boomin’.
How do you plan on growing as an artist?
Is it true that Kirb love tha hoez?
Yes, I do. I truly do.
Everyone I rap with, all my producers. They know who they are, they fam.