Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. Teejayx6, real name unknown, has been blowing up this year. The interview, edited and condensed for clarity, is below. Some people really base their music around scamming. Scam rap is trendy right now. What do you think about that? If I ever hear somebody say they scamming, or doing going into the Walmart and all that, I know where it came from.
Before Detroit kid Teejayx6 turned 12, he knew how to scam adults on Twitter. As he recounted all of this, he giggled every so often. He wasn't bragging so much as answering the questions put to him, as breezily as someone taking you through their step-by-step recipe for fluffy pancakes. And yet, despite the scamming, Teejayx6 wanted to be a rapper. And so, when he was about 15 or 16, he merged both vocations. He started rapping about scamming. After all the clue is in the name: this is the world of scam rap. In June, Teejayx6 released a mixtape called Fraudulent Activity. Earlier this year, Kash was charged with identity theft, wire fraud and possessing an unauthorised access device broadly, the term used when someone's messing with credit, debit, ATM, bank cards and so on. His arrest may not have been a huge surprise, really, considering he overwhelmingly incriminated himself.
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Teejay AirDrops scamming strategies to a select few, and pulls others aside to give them one-on-one advice that they jot down on their phones before leaving swiftly with a business handshake. Outside of the convention, someone sets a Supreme shoulder bag on fire for no apparent reason. His heavy use of pop culture references and potentially self-incriminating details make his tracks appeal to a new generation of digital natives. Many of the kids at the convention see themselves in Teejay: They just want to come up and get fly, and scamming is their means to do that. And given that many of his described crimes involve swindling some of the wealthiest companies on Earth, he could even be seen as something of a rap Robin Hood for the age of cryptocurrency. Teejay is self-aware enough to point out the very dark humor in it all. Two weeks later, during his first live performance in L.
A few minutes into my phone call with Teejayx6—a Detroit teenager from a world called scam rap—he stops to chat with a shop clerk. I feel, very very slightly, like Edward Norton in Fight Club. When he begs the diner waiter to temporarily stop fighting the system? And not soil the soup? Is he telling me the truth? I do not know. Because Teejayx6 is a self-proclaimed scammer.