Sad Boy Loko on Gangs, Racism, Prison, Hip-Hop and YG (Full Interview) 4/5 (1)

Written by on June 25, 2020


Santa Barbara, CA representative Sad Boy Loko sat down with DJ Vlad to discuss his upbringing in SB and the misconception out-of-towners may have about his city. Loko goes in depth about his start in music, the persistence he displayed early on. He explains how his initial purpose for making music was simply to “feed the hood” but once his music started to gain traction outside of his targeted demographic he understood the opportunity he had in front of him.

He then speaks about racism and things that affect the Mexican community, why he’s not a fan of the government, aspiring to spend his life in prison, and what it’s like being signed to YG and going on the F**K Donald Trump tour.

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  1. IgSamnogg Salvatore   On   June 25, 2020 at 6:55 pm

    Im Black latino and immigrant went to school but later on home depot hit harder than my goals/ reality. God Blessed didn’t jumped in, But stayed right beside it like pac they were my role models, Proved for some lighters skin Latinos to not hate black people/Judge. I COULD do it effectively because I learned to speak Spanish well did it, wisely not hating just Karma.

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