Ab-Soul Discusses Growing Up In A Record Shop (Video)

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Being a member of one of the biggest groups in Hip-Hop could give some people Alzheimer’s regarding where they came from, but Ab-Soul is not one of those people. In Noisey’s latest episode in the “Turning Points” series, the Black Hippy soldier depicts his childhood and how the majority of it belonged in his grandpa’s record shop. When it came to his younger days, the TDE MC says “I was probably in here more than I was at home”. With that much music surrounding Ab-Soul all his life, it’s not that hard to see why being a musician is the path he chose. Related: Ab-Soul: The Process w/Peter Rosenberg (Video)