Pistols and Palm Trees is more than just the name of his next project. Skeme was raised around them in the streets of Inglewood, LA. But, he always knew music would be his way out. And with a few projects under his belt and a growing buzz to back him, it’s seems the only direction for this rapper is up.
When did you get started with your career?
We started scrambling and making official moves since I was 16. I’m 20 now, so we’ve been doing it decent for about 3-4 years rocking—just getting our fan base up but working hard since day one.
How has everyone around the area, and even outside, been accepting your projects?
It’s so much love for us within the city it’s not even funny, like as far as LA. Like, regardless of if I was rapping or not it was love for me for just who I am in the city. So knowing that I do music, everyone is showing me love. It just so happened that we have those fire projects. I have a heavy fan base down south just off of how we move down there. I have a couple of brothers out in the A that put me on. Shout out Alley Boy. We just rockin’ giving the people what they want. I know what the people want to hear right about now.