Heroes Aren’t For Sale
We’ve been anticipating Andy Mineo’s debut album for a while. High profile features with Lecrae, Flame, Trip Lee, and Tedashii plus appearances at SXSW, Legacy Conference and The Unashamed Tour will do that for you. When Heroes For Sale was finally released last week and immediately shot up the charts, most of us, Andy included as you will see below, weren’t surprised. The marketing was good, the first few singles connected with his fanbase and Reach Records has a history of this.
Tune in as Wade-O talks with Andy Mineo about the Heroes For Sale Concept, being transparent, his relationship with his Father, linking up with Krizz Kaliko, and The Everything Must Go Documentary.
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In our interview, we spoke with Andy Mineo about:
– (1:04) – His Expectations for Heroes For Sale
– (2:00) – The Branding behind Heroes For Sale
– (2:39) – The Concept behind Heroes For Sale
– (4:15) – Christian Hip Hop and the Hero Complex
– (6:10) – Repairing the current rift in Christian Hip Hop
– (9:39) – Tackling Previously Forbidden Topics on Records
– (11:39) – The Second Verse on Still Bleeding
– (14:50) – Linking up with Krizz Kaliko
– (17:38) – Did he paying GAWVI $20K for a beat?
– (18:03) – Has his father heard Bitter?
– (18:40) – Did He Blow up the Heroes Truck?
– (19:22) – Will there be a KB, Andy Mineo, Trip Lee album?
– (21:03) – The pressures of following the other Reach Records Artists
– (21:50) – The Everything Must Go Documentary
– (22:44) – Being chewed out in the Everything Must Go Documentary
– (24:08) – His relationship with his father (Bitter)
– (25:09) – His Upcoming plans
– (26:30) – Christian Diss Records
– (27:31) – Books He’s read recently
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