After scoring big with his first solo album, 'Fever's End', Tablo's triumphant success story has been the talk of the town. The rapper sat down for an interview with fashion magazine, Harper's Bazaar, where he opened up about his current mindset. Tablo began, "I'm happy right now. The past two years felt like 20 years to me. For me, this is the time where I have to have a fresh start. It's fun to think that I get the opportunity to remake myself in a new company and a new environment while making new music." During the interview, Tablo also revealed the motivation and process behind his preparations for the album. He also explained the meanings behind each song, and the feelings he went through during his period of hardship. For the past two years, Tablo became the victim of a malicious rumor created by netizens, who claimed that Tablo's degree from Stanford University was falsified. These claims were found to be empty, but nevertheless, Tablo was swept into a whirlwind of negative criticisms and he was forced to endure much difficulties. Since then, Tablo has switched agencies to YG Entertainment and has been successfully promoting his solo album. Source: Star Today via Nate
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Posted bySaturday, November 19, 2011
Tablo: "These past two years felt like 20 years to me"
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