“We put our rap out together in a box, and it came out in a box all at once.”
What’s up with that label?
“When we were in my group “Wreck” we took that moniker for our crew. This label is like a band and everything they’re doing is rap and it comes from the music. Everything is what we’re making.”
What does the music sound like?
“That’s the most important thing, and when we say it’s a hip-hop song, there’s no other type of music. It’s all from us and everything. We put out a bunch of music and we’re just putting out what we feel is hip-hop music. Nothing is fake, everything is us.”
What makes you think you’ll be in the scene?
“We’ve done the projects with A$AP Mob, Nipsey Hussle and a lot of other people. We haven’t been in the scene for a long time, but we feel like we’ve come in through the right way.”
What has it been like to be in the music scene?
“You don’t have that one label that is on top. The music industry is so diverse, and there’s so many talented artists that’s out there. There’s some people you can’t see. But it’s never been for us. We’re just young and trying to have some fun and have some fun and try different things.”
What is the next big thing for this new generation of rappers?
“The next big thing is us. We’re just trying to come out with something that’s going to be cool.”
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TAMPA — It took the Tampa Bay Buccaneers a little more than three months to hire John McKay as general manager on January 1, and it took him just about as long to get the job off the ground.
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