Georgia native rapper, Quando Rondo recently held an interview with VladTV giving insight on his life before the fame. The “I Remember” rapper has a discography of three successful mixtapes entitled Life B4 Fame, Life After Fame, and his latest, From the Neighborhood to the Stage. Quando Rondo decided to pursue music full time in late 2017 after being released from juvenile detention.
The Savannah-bred rapper discussed his past actions of burglary, having a weed-addiction, and possessing a gun. Noting how his multiple stays at juvenile detention centers helped him meet other people who would influence his crimes,he specified that by the age of 14, he concealed a weapon in fear that some thug in Savannah would come looking for him. It’s safe to say that Quando Rondo is no longer stealing from people’s homes after the break of his music success. His first three singles gained over 1 million streams on YouTube and MyMixtapez. Since then, he has collaborated with popular artists like Lil Baby, Lil Dirk, Rich Homie Quan, YoungBoy NBA, and Boosie Badazz. He also opened up for SOB X RBE on tour in 2018, and he just released his mixtape “From the Neighborhood to the Stage” in May of this year. By the looks of it, Quando Rondo is definitely true to the content of his music and it’s a good thing he made it out to tell his story. Go stream his music on various mixtape platforms, and be sure to check out a few of his music videos.