What inspired your debut single "Wait?" Was it a theme or an experience?
It's actually a funny story because I was at a studio and before I went to the session I was on my phone looking at Twitter and saw this old Vine where [these guys] were making a beat. They were pressing the button on a crosswalk and it was saying "Wait, Wait, Wait,"—and [they] start dancing all crazy. So I went to the studio and it kind of took off from there. Just the word "Wait" is kind of where the whole entire song came from.
What was it like working with Offset and Vory?
Vory is amazing. It's actually crazy how that happened because Louis Bell and I were working on the track and producing it, and Vory happened to be in the studio at the same time in another session. He stopped by and goes, "Oh this is so sick, do you mind if I lay some melodies down on it?" I was like sure! So he sat there and started playing melodies and you know, words just started coming. We had such a great synergy so from there we kind of just kept working together.
How would you describe the vibe of the song to someone who hasn't heard it yet?
The song [has] a European vibe. It's a little more on the House side just because it is a higher BPM. But it's definitely a pop feel. I love that I could incorporate Offset because it gives it more of like an urban tone and I think it really opens up a whole new audience for people to actually hear something they normally wouldn't hear in Hip-Hop.