Check out Casey Veggies’ newest interview at The Breakfast Club where he talks the West Side, high-school hoop dreams. music, signing with Roc Nation, Kendrick Lamar being a helping hand to him a few years ago to learn the industry and a lot more. Peep it all above!
Casey Veggies stops by HOT 97 for an interview with Peter Rosenberg on the Real Late Show. The two talk about the rise, the grind, “Backflip,” bigger audiences, playing basketball when he was younger and much more.
#2015DRAFTPICKS is coming next week and here’s a taste of what’s to come. Here is the remix to Stalley‘s “Always Into Something” track with Kurupt, Casey Veggies and Ty Dolla $ign on the hook. Stay tuned for the mixtape dropping next week.
Casey Veggies links up with YG and IAMSU! for his new video “Backflip” filled with ladies, bikes and money. Make sure you grab the track on iTunes, and stay tuned for the project. “I bet the money make her do it, I bet the money make her do a backflip.” Yee!
Just recently Casey Veggies linked up with IAMSU! & YG to film the official video for his newest single “Backflip.” With a whole bunch of #YoungCalifornia in one scene, you have to hit the jump so you can catch some behind the scene photos courtesy of Porterhouse LA. Stay tuned for the video coming soon!Read more...
Remember that song Casey Veggies dropped recently entitled “3AM In Cape Town,” well today he released the visual! The video was shot in South Africa and it documents his time in the country. Peep it above and enjoy!
Yes! We have another take on Casey Veggies & IAMSU!’s smash “BackFlip!” This time YG has been added on to the track so make sure you take a listen below and enjoy! Hopefully we can get a visual from the three of them soon!
Check out the newest track from Casey Veggies entitled “3AM In Cape Town.” He made this track while he was on his South Africa excursion so he upholds his swag on the third installment of his “Swag Worth A Mill.” Take a listen below and enjoy!
JAY Z’s Life+Times and vitaminwater® present the next episode of the new documentary series “Where I’m From.” This episode follows Inglewood, CA rapper Casey Veggies, and details how supportive his father was in encouraging him not to quit sports and music. Veggies speaks on Pharrell Williams as inspiration on music and style, and on proving yourself to be taken seriously as a young ambitious individual. This episode features early footage from 2007 of Veggies rapping on his laptop, as well as an exclusive look inside the Odd Future store.