Schoolboy Q is not a fan of the electoral process. The Los Angeles rapper spoke about his distaste for voting in Pitchfork's latest edition of their Over/Under video series. Q explained that he has no desire to vote until a presidential candidate will make it easier for convicted felons to get jobs.

"Not into [voting]. All my homies still can’t get jobs," Schoolboy Q said. "Until we get a president that says we gonna give convicted felons a chance. We gonna let ‘em do they time and we’re gonna let ‘em come home and be normal human beings. Until they can do that and not let everybody know I went to jail so they won’t hire me, so I won’t be robbing you, so I won’t keep going back, I’m not voting for you."

One thing might get Schoolboy Q to vote despite his frustration with the lack of opportunity for convicted felons, though. The Top Dawg Ent. artist felt like he may need to vote so Donald Trump doesn't become the President of United States.

"I almost feel like I need to vote because I don’t want Trump in," he added.

Check out the rest of the video for Schoolboy Q's thoughts on Super Mario Brothers, turtles, college and bucket hats among other topics. Fans have an opportunity to see Groovy Q in person as he's currently on the road in support of his Blank Face LP. You can view the full list of dates for the tour right here.

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