Lil Child is all the time searching for methods to offer again to his group, and now it seems he’s began work on constructing his personal barbershop in Atlanta.
Development seems to be properly underneath means for the store — aptly titled Child’s Barbershop — because the 4PF boss gave followers a preview of its progress in a TikTok video posted over the weekend.
“Barbershop underneath development I’ma present y’all as soon as it’s carried out,” he captioned the clip, which confirmed him getting a contemporary lower from standard barber Vic Blends.
“Lets go forward an open one for the town,” Child added within the feedback part. It’s unclear when Child’s Barbershop will open its doorways, however primarily based on the TikTok video, it won’t be an excessive amount of longer.
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Lil Child received’t be the primary rapper to open a barbershop in Atlanta as Killer Mike’s SWAG Store — quick for “Shave, Wash And Groom” — has three areas throughout the town, together with one contained in the State Farm Area.
“As soon as I grew to become a longtime rapper and as soon as I received my respect up there, the one different factor I’d ever dreamed about doing is proudly owning a barbershop,” Mike mentioned in a Noisey documentary in 2015.
“Barbershops are probably the most profitable companies in our group, but there’s no actual group when it comes to franchising, so I had the concept I wish to see a collection of barbershops whether or not privately owned or franchised that you simply knew whenever you landed within the metropolis, I might go to this specific barbershop and I get this stage of customer support.”
Lil Child’s barbershop announcement follows the discharge of his newest album It’s Solely Me, which boasted appearances from Future, Younger Thug, EST Gee and extra.
The projected debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 after incomes roughly 216,000 album-equivalent items in its first week, making it the third largest Hip Hop debut of 2022 behind Kendrick Lamar’s Mr. Morale & The Large Steppers (295,000) and Future’s I By no means Preferred You (222,000).