Guerilla Black came through for his first-ever VladTV interview, where he started out speaking about growing up in Compton in the ‘80s, playing several instruments, and rapping at a young age. He went on to speak about his girlfriend passing away at 21 of viral meningitis, right before he signed his first deal with Virgin Records. Guerilla Black then spoke about linking up with Jimmy Henchman, dropping “Compton” with Beanie Man in 2004, being compared to Biggie, and being dropped by Virgin by 2007. In the latter half of the interview, Guerilla Black detailed his legal issues and adjusting to life out of prison. To hear more, hit the full interview above.