“You can sleep when you die, you can sleep when you die!” Tity Boi, Tauheed Epps, 2 Chainz—regardless of how you know him, you know him. 2 Chainz has erupted over the past decade: air time on the hottest radio stations, collaborations with VICE and GQ, guest appearances on The View. He even put up with Nancy Grace. This trap king has made a name for himself on just about every level, from the streets to the screen. Epps has an appeal, a way of connecting with people. He’s likeable. Not to mention, he loves good weed. What most don’t realize is his commitment to the hustle. We flew down to Atlanta and got to experience it firsthand.
“In a community like ATL, you gotta be someone that can show people it’s attainable. You gotta be that person. Do things in front of the youth, inspire. That’s the culture in Atlanta.”
Luckily for us, 2 Chainz doesn’t do 6 a.m. mornings—or does he only do 6 a.m. mornings? His “sleep when you die” sentiment is for real. While