Cory Gunz performed live during the 2016 Hudson Valley Throw Back Music Fest at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York on May 22nd.
While backstage, Cory revealed to Sierra Image Films that he is currently working on his Kriminal Minded project and a collaboration album with producer Nottz.
The Gunna also mentioned that his Kriminal Minded EP is in the final stages right now and it will be released in a couple of months. This interview took place in May, so that means we could be hearing the project this month!
You can check out Gunz‘ conversation backstage at the show below, as well as see him perform his verse off Lil Wayne‘s “A Milli” single.
We saw a sneak peek a month ago, and now here is Cory Gunz‘ interview with directors Prime Cut and lifestyle brand Kinship for their “Off Top” series that was shot in The Bronx, New York City in April.
During their conversation, Cory spoke on Big Pun, the state of hip-hop, being into lyricism with a message, his dad Peter Gunz not wanting him to be a rapper, getting a DMX album for Christmas, growing up listening to Doggystyle and The Chronic, skateboarding, trying to follow Lil Wayne at doing a skateboard trick, says Wayne is a better skater than him, and more.
In the middle of the interview (see below), we can also see a new music video from the Young Money Gunna for a song called “Spot ‘Em“, which was produced by Dot N Pro and will appear on his upcoming Kriminal Minded EP.