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Rapper Rich Homie Quan talks God, giving back, making it big at ‘rolling out’s’ ‘Star Studio’

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Munson Steed interviews Rich Homie Quan during live taping of “Star Studio”

Indie rap artist and Atlanta-bred MC Rich Homie Quan known for his infectious hits “Type of Way” and “Blah Blah Blah,” making Rolling Stone’s best mixtapes list in 2013 and gracing the stage at Lollapalooza joined rolling out for it’s inaugural live taping of “Star Studio” sponsored by Toyota at Theatrical Outfit located at 84 Luckie Street, NW, in Atlanta.

“Star Studio” offers a live audience an opportunity to hear varying perspectives and mantras to success of artists and entertainers during an interview with Steed Media Group CEO and rolling out publisher Munson Steed and is culminated with a brief Q and A with the audience and Quan performing his latest single.

During his hourlong session, Rich Homie Quan, né Dequantes Lamar, shared with the audience who made the biggest impression on him and had the biggest hand in getting him in the rap game, “RIP Teezy” and “going to jail.” He also shared, “I read the Bible and got closer to God.”

The “Star Studio” series was created to uplift and inspire from an educational perspective and we hope you’ll join us for this flagship event.