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Twista x Open Space: Talks Chicago Being Called ‘Chiraq,’ Violence In His City, Evolution Of His Flow, Guinness Record For Fastest Rapper, Collaborating W/Kanye West

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Twista is a Chicago legend, but there are some things about his hometown that he’s sick of being asked about. “I am getting tired of going around and doing interviews, and the only thing that people can bring up about the city, besides the artists, is the violence,” says the Windy City rep on the latest episode of MASS APPEAL’s “Open Space.” In an interview that runs almost nine minutes long, the rapper talks linking up with Kanye West and Chance The Rapper, why he first chased the Guinness record for fastest rapper, and yes—he explains what he believes is contributing to the “heat” in his hometown.

Twista also speaks about feeling rejuvenated by the early 2010’s Chicago wave that saw marquee performances by Kanye West, Chance The Rapper, Chief Keef and more: “It was a good era for me, as far as Chicago talent getting that break, and feeling like, ‘Man, let me get the big homie Twista on something,’ you know, because they had came up listening to me,” says the artist born Carl Mitchell and formerly known as Tung Twista. “If I like your music, especially if you’re from the city, I look at it as being on the level of an OG. Let’s do something together, let’s rock out.”

Twista’s solo career speaks for itself, from “Overnight Celebrity” and “Slow Jamz” to his recent collaborations with Chance The Rapper, Vic Mensa, Kanye West, and Chief Keef as well as his latest album, ‘Crook County.’

Elsewhere, the artist reveals that his quest for the Guinness record started as a mere marketing ploy by his label, who approached the rapper asking if he’d ever heard of it. “It was just about searching for different things to market me,” Twista says. “[The record] was held by Daddy Freddy at the time.”

The rest is literally history. Watch “Open Space” above.

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