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He says, "Growing in the South Bronx I was always surrounded by art." "When you look outside, you will see graffiti all over the place. I inherited this in my spirit along with a passion for music. You would go out to see people perform and not pay any attention, except for thinking "Oh, that is whatever DJ." That's cool. As I grew older, lights started to come on. The music was my first love because it was easier to understand, and was getting all the attention. Once I bought my first house and matured, art began to take over because I wanted to have something to hang up on the wall. I began visiting galleries and was shocked at the prices."

Swizz bought his first Ansel Adams photo when he turned 18 years old. He still has it today. Swizz is not blind to the parallel between Adams and Swizz, who are both self-taught musicians and constellation replica He says, "I tell people all the time that I bought art for the wrong reason when I first started." In the business world, talking about art is a completely different conversation. I never wanted to just be a rapper, a box that was put on me. I have always been multi-faceted and that is why I still do many different things. I bought art to please people like Clive Davis, [an American record producer and music executive who is currently CEO of Sony Music Entertainment].

"Big execs came to my house, and saw a Sam Francis hanging on the wall. They'd say: 'Aren’t you supposed be doing rap? What do you know about Sam Francis?" So I slowly started breaking out of these boxes, and the industry began to recognize me as someone that understood fine art. I also became known for my love of watches, cars, and fashion. But I realized that the art I had been collecting didn't feel right to me. I did not connect with them. Now, I've formalised my artwork into the Dean Collection. I also started my own exhibition called No Commission. Iamnowcollectinglivingartistsbecause I believe that we should firstly support artists while they're alive, and secondly you should only purchase things that feel good to you. "Art should be more than just a large investment. It should be celebrated, and if the value increases then that's great."