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If there is a person who is still in happy disbelief about Straight Outta Compton praise from critics, the success at the box office and his nomination at SAG for Outstanding performance the cast, the rising star of Jason Mitchell (also known as Eazy-E in the movie).

“This is my breakthrough for the role mentioned above from [SAG and the Oscar-nominated film is a big thing in itself”, tells PEOPLE. “At the same time, if we don’t house the equipment yourself, I feel in some way, because this is the first time. In reality this is my life now? It is so incredible that even thinking in this realm.”

Mitchell act 29 years old, will not begin until he was looking 23, a time when new Orleans was founded, to the actors, to make positive changes in his life until he started taking acting lessons, participates in actual combat, and some illegal activities.

“I grew up in new Orleans helped me live in real life,” he says. “I witnessed many things. In my house with the lights that [close]. I slept with my sister, ‘we’re going well into the night.’ My mom all night and the bubbles, it was just ass, as a young single mother that is very hard to apply. I’ve lived my life on the street for a minute, I lost a lot of friends”. Mitchell said that he in his life, although his first big performance which will not go to pause, as I had planned.

“My first big film contraband was during this time I to smuggle some with me,” she says with a smile. “Didn’t go well. I was a bit drug through the entire thing. To operate the beginning was to get to the place, where could be the next step and build”. Sadly, Mitchell lost premiere is the first big film, because he was in prison.

“I was in prison, looking at the TV screen, as people assume that I will see you to go to this premiere now,” she said to local news roofing, events from his cell. “It was an international premiere, this is a fine, I’m in prison, like an idiot. I can’t be serious, I could seriously not even me, then. I saw everything, because in jail may not share their feelings, she must do all these things and think that I can to make the next step for my own life, how can I preservation of the car to the next level?” Mitchell said he dug, got his release and angle turned, so good.

“They offered me a little time, and the way that God did, the whole situation, not just me today was a free man, outside the city walls, but I was out of parole, I was away from all these things, because I have a good idea,” he says. “I was just a misfortune happened at the wrong place at the wrong time, but God worked all for me and I will be happy here with the story.”

Which leads to her breakout performance in Compton, and how your character was highlight in the scene in the hospital, he was also able to use their suppressed feelings and emotions, and let them go.

“It was crazy, because he had heard how this scene too often, and too much like my first listen to”, Mitchell. “I’m not telling you all over the world that people do that are very vulnerable, so you will be pleasantly surprised how many you have built. It was easier to achieve than I thought. We did the entire scene in four or five.” This is a scene that brought cast and crew to tears and offers a wonderful deliverance for the actor. Even better, Mitchell mom was there to see.

“I brought my mother to come to visit me in Los ANGELES to come up with and create all of this,” he says. “We were in Roscoe [after the seizure], and Dr. Dre called me and sent me by car to come for me. ‘I want you to understand Jimmy Iovine,” he says. I’m like, ‘Cool.’ So come play as I walk in you, hospital scenes, was first saw her. It was like tears, in tears, in tears, in front of their children, it was incredible, one moment I will never forget, and I and my mother were with me, it was so super dope.”

Listen to Mitchell to say, all of your travel with success and attention, Compton is already super dope and unrealistic, including the observance of several well-known fans.

“I met Leonardo DiCaprio and Busta Rhymes on the same night, on my birthday in new York,” Mitchell says. “They were hugging me and kissing me like” bro, you’re gonna be something special, and I wasn’t trying to look for them, cry. ‘Hey, guys, I’m not trying emotionally, there is a woman.’ What is my life?”

Mitchell says that “a shot for life in a lottery” and is still in the fixture where it landed.

“I didn’t believe it,” he says. “I don’t think I was mentally ready to change your life as it did. I was the epitome of poverty to riches. I just myself a Pat on the back, where I am now, in ten years. It is a complete blessing.”

And TELL us a trophy maybe add more good or set this proverbial icing on the cake to his breakout year?

“I’m not going to be quite honest, I need s—. This is my first time! But [Director] F. Gary Gray, producers, Donna Langley [Universal Pictures President], of all people, what helps them what they deserve. They fought, he ten-year—the creation of the film. So from the drug. I can’t say how many people they urge me to try to the ice bucket, part 2, I’m like, ‘what, Then?”