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So, working with words in that manner was very fun. It is like scrabble in motion. I was very, very interested in Twista at the time and how he flowed. It was very fast and cool. I had a single CD where it had the song, the clean version, and the instrumental. I had that and I was like "Let's give this a shot. I called my homie and was like "I think I'm going to write a verse to this, man.

You should write a verse, too. My parents saw a bright, college-type future for me like as a lawyer, doctor, engineer, or something of that fashion. They put me in these high, gifted courses in school. I don't know how they went about doing that, but I was in them. I think with them wishing that upon me, I imagined it early on. I wasn't too set on being a rapper just yet at 15, it was just some real cool shit.

I was never like, "Fuck this! I'm gonna rap, I don't care what you say! I was always trying to work. I fiddled with college for like a semester. I kind of wiggled my way out of that because I didn't really want to do that.

I just wanted to do music and let my family find out what's going on. Of course, they'd hear little things about me rapping.

I couldn't hide it. Like, yeah, I'm a rapper; I'm doing my stuff online. But, when no revenue from it is coming in it looks like I'm just playing around. Everybody raps in this day and age. We'd work at the record store so my mom [would] see the onslaught of new artists trying to come in and get their stuff on consignment.

She'd see this big ass struggle. It's like, 'Why would you want to do this?

You're seeing it first hand. Go to school. Get a job. You can keep rapping on the side; it's not going to hurt. I always liked to write essays in school, though. I didn't write all the essays I was supposed to write, but the ones that I wrote, my teachers would be like "Oh!

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This is the best essay in the class. You don't do anything in class. Why don't you apply yourself? I was living with my parents. No shame in that, though. I was broke but not broke in a sense of poor. I come from Carson, CA. It's the suburbs. So, I was safe. My biological father and my mom separated, but I had a step-father.

I had my grandfather. I have a nice, tight family [that] I'm still good with. Everybody worked at my family's record shop. My step-pop does construction. Good family force; good family unit.

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Eating wasn't a concern. Shelter wasn't a concern. Clothing wasn't a concern. The love has always been there. But, as far as living life, doing shit you want to do?

I was now in my 20s so I wanted to go to parties, eat, drink, you know? I wanted to live the shit you need money for. It was kind of devastating too because at the same time, by 20 we Black Hippy were all living with this music shit. We were all in by So, on one side, I'm like, 'Man, I know this shit is going to pay off.

I just need to wait it out.

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I wasn't raggedy. I was cool, but it wasn't that Gucci and shit. A lot of my homies were real heavy in the streets, doing their thing. I was like, 'Man, I wish I could get in on some of this shit now.

You get impatient to the point where you have to tell yourself, 'Just give it some time.

It might not happen, but if it hits, it's going to hit hard. We were lucky enough to have Top Dawg extend his services to make sure we had studio time. He kept us busy with whatever we needed. The door was always open, so I was able to go in and do what I needed to do at all times.

We got a nice team of producers and got Ali MixedByAli on the boards doing his thing. We always worked as a unit and that has definitely made things a lot easier than you hear about. I came to Top Dawg in '06 when I was 19 years old. By 20 years old, I was sealed.

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I dropped "Longterm" the next year, at 21 years old. I think it's interesting that we actually organized and worked the Internet. We got in and burst through. We went viral right before it became spam. I'm looking at a lot of transparent groups of people who are trying to do the same things that we are right now or were doing even back then by using the same format for online promotion. I'm gracious and very happy that we got on that in time -- just working with the resources of the Internet and Top Dawg.

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You can get your big record deal and they can get you on the radio and TV, but we did it ourselves. On April 17, , Ab-Soul revealed the album's title to be Control System and unveiled the release date to be May 11, That same day he also released a music video for "Pineal Gland", a song inspired by the psychedelic drug DMT and of course the pineal gland , a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain theorized to store natural reserves of DMT in mammals.

Smith , that would've allowed the US government controversial control over the internet. On May 1, , Ab-Soul released another music video for a song titled "Empathy"; the song features vocals from JaVonte and his late friend and girlfriend Alori Joh, who committed suicide in February The music video would be released on January 15, The album, as written on the back cover, is "Dedicated to the beautiful soul of Loriana Angel Johnson aka Alori Joh" [12].

Throughout and , Ab-Soul was working on his second album. On February 7, , it was reported a young woman committed suicide by leaping from a radio tower; the woman was later identified as Loriana Johnson, also known as Alori Joh. It was difficult.

She helps me out with all of my projects. Upon its release, Control System received universal acclaim from music critics. At Metacritic , which assigns a weighted mean rating out of to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 83, based on 10 reviews, which indicates "universal acclaim. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about the album by Ab-Soul. For a set of devices to manage, see Control system. For other uses, see Control system disambiguation. Hip hop jazz rap. Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith exec. Punch co-exec.

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Archived from the original on June 5, Archived from the original on ScHoolboy Q prod. Control System ". Album Review. Archived from the original on May 30, Retrieved May 27, MSN Music.David Ruffin - Questions.

We went viral right before it became spam. Everybody raps in this day and age. I wanted to mesh the crazy sci-fi, religious, economic, social, philosophical discussions I like to have with manager, Punch, with this current wave of music. Everybody worked at my family's record shop. No Unwelcome Content or Prohibited Behavior Unwelcome content and prohibited behavior as defined by Reddit is never allowed.