Big Baby D.R.A.M. Would Rather Be A Breathe Of Fresh Air Rather Than A Stale Fart

D.R.A.M. is still high off his Lil Yachty featured track “Broccoli” which landed the Number 1 spot on the Billboard charts, and the successful release of his first ever album, Big Baby D.R.A.M. The Virginia native is known for being positive all the time, staying different with his unique flow of combined genres, and his cute puppy Idnit. Below we find out just who his inspirations are, the day he met his puppy, and why he calls his genre of music “trappy go lucky”.

When asked when he first realized he wanted to pursue music seriously he replied with:

“Oh, man. Ever since I could remember, I’ve always wanted to sing. It was always pleasurable to get my sound out and to have positive responses, so when I used to sing at my family reunions, I’d always remember that because they always clapped so much. And I grew up singing in church, in the choir. But it wasn’t until the end of 2010 when I really considered myself to be taking it seriously, because that’s when I started doing showcases locally, performing my own things.”

He was then questioned about what keeps him so positive through hard times:

“I give off that I want back, you know? If I approach a situation with love, positivity, and good vibes, nine times out of 10, it’s going to come back, and that’s what I really thrive on. Overall, I like being around people I like, and I don’t like being around people that I don’t like. It’s like a rule of thumb. I’d just rather be a breath of fresh air than a stale fart, you know?”

D.R.A.M. was then asked what we can expect of him in the coming months:

“The Big Baby D.R.A.M. Tour. It starts at the top of next year, and I’ll be performing my album in full as well as a couple of classics from back in the day, and it’ll be a real experience to capture the album live. It’ll be a pretty big move.”

You can read the full interview here.