Tuesday, December 23, 2014


"the holy karon"

after nearly a 9 month hiatus from media and music alike, the ultimate underdog in rap but top dog in his city Holy Karon once again shines bright in his low-lit habitat of East Baltimore, residing a mere block from where The Wire was filmed. His grit and spine-tingling, shrillish atmosphere he perceives and previously held has long been absent and long anticipated.  In a land where it ain't much to do, "but die", he still exists and remains in the ashes. After succeeding depression and extreme writer's block he rebounds back with, "My Religion", an anthem of remaining true to one's self and to one's people, as well as a shout out to fellow 410 spitter Gualla A.K.A. TruGwap. He's the undisputed God of Baltimore's relentless underground, being a first hand witness to the violence choke holding the city year after year, still un-re-cooperated and suffering from the Baltimore Riots. A product of his environment, let us welcome Karon back to the musical pedestal in which he once resided, where he entails a smooth transition from his notable graphic lyrics to an extremely melodic, balanced release over a flawless production piece. I give to you My Religion, and a brief interview with the man himself.

Q - What have you been doing since your hiatus from music?

A - I just been readin', tryna' find myself in the abyss, battling emotions that come with the sickness of living. Never truly been on no hiatus, just me taking the wrong forks in the path of life, maybe from my perspective it was wrong or maybe it was a growing period you got to go through to be righteous. All I see is pain some days. I wonder do those around the world find pleasure in it, but that's the war I got to go through. Maybe cause of my past sins, I try to cleanse myself mentally, cause physical pain is nothing like the heaven & hell in your mind, constantly trying to balance each other.

Q - Tell me about your rap name. How did it come about?

A - The origin is kinda mysterious. I believe it was given to me, blessed from my father. I was bein' a savage, then I had to be Holy before I even knew what outcome it would bring to me in life.

Q - Tell me about Baltimore. What's it like living there, specific stories, etc.

A - Baltimore is like living in Hades, it's an underworld where you can find bad, good, evil everywhere. It gets ugly some days, it's hope the next. Every face constantly reminds you of your demise, where you can end up, who you can become. So much mediocrity, but lately the new golden era of rappers from this city is making a change to that. Not only through music, but through life itself. Not even just the music, the queens and kings out here giving the people hope they never had. We ain't really have nobody to carry the torch through the whole path. Couple faults from the people and the ones with the vision as well, it's a unity problem, but we going to do good & get better. No specific stories, the streets is always listening. I love the silence though.

Q - How did you get into music in the first place? Inspirations, etc.

A - I got into this cause I was slick with the words. I knew my words I said had such power behind it that it would alter peoples viewpoints and my mind was constantly maneuvering through stupidity while people would get sacked by it. I'm constantly refining myself. I see how the snakes rattle, I see how they move and make adjustments... they fix everyday, but I'ma have to die to lose. But I forever live as the ghost... spirit of the city whether they know or not.

Q - Tell me about, "My Religion." How it came about, etc.

A - My Religion record was done awhile ago from a beat I did with my mans Tru Gwap. Free him by any means, cause we will win by any means. We did another record to it, but I built off it even more cause I knew I had even better vision for it. GUALLA should be the first one to the remix to it though once he touch down. We gonna get it pushin'.

Q - Rest In Peace ___ ?

A - Rest in peace G-Ma, the one who helped me through my pain, even after death... which made me look at life differently, let me know how sometimes being good [can] get you hurt. She saved me from dyin' but it's like I die everyday even more. Start to forget her voice, forget her touch, forget her memories, forget my way. Rip Rell. Let's me know any given day can get took away in this city we call home. In this world even. But their spirit lives on through me. Rip Shawn, Rip John Crowder, even more souls taken out in these streets. It's crazy out here as you can see.

Q - What's next for Holy Karon?

A - I'm just trying to take over, not to be a loss in life. If it happens, so be it, as long as I find my bliss. But if that happens, I lost. And I will win. Any person who ever even been around will indirectly win from support of me cause TRU love is everlasting. Put all those around me on & watch us build, as we watch the snakes try to destroy us in this game of chess. 2015 is ours, it's my city's turn to finally prosper. Maybe with my guidance we finally will meet salvation. This is just the genesis. 


Tuesday, December 9, 2014


"lamar styles - teen distress"

"atlanta, georgia"

lamar styles. lamar is style. he is the hopeful future to the often belittled and degraded youth of today. but he is also the begotten past. a rebel child, a boom bap influenced soul in the heart of the south, he is the rising face to his too rising brand, as well as a number of others. his following is significant to success and age without even releasing a single piece or being a day over 18. he is just lamar styles. & that alone is quite frankly enough for the masses. 

I give you his debut interview.

Q - Growing up in Atlanta, what was it like? Any significant memories? Influences? Etc.

A - Growing up I was a bad kid. I was always fighting someone or cussing out teachers. All I wanted to do was have fun, so I did. Just a young rebel against the world. My grandpa was a big influence on me. I remember rapping in his Chevy and him say I could spit. I was like 6, he was my hero. He died a month after that.

Q - Best place to eat in ATL?

A - Bruh Zaxby's, it's so fire. I probably eat it 2 times a week.

Q - Growing up, what music was played around you? Who'd you look up to?

A - I grew up listening to old school hip-hop. Illmatic and Ready to Die are my favorite albums. All my pops played was old school hip-hop. He would freestyle to it and he was cold with it. Taught me to flow. I def looked up to Tupac and my pops. Tupac was a fashion lord. He dressed so dope.

Q - How old are you?

A - I'm 17, I'll be 18 February 9th.

Q - Top influence and why?

A - Kanye man. He does it all. Fashion, rap and all'at. He's an all around businessman.

Q - Gucci or Jeezy?

A - Gucci of course. Free Gucci. Jeezy so trash to me.

"wop - <3"

Q - Favorite Gucci Mane song?

A - I don't have a favorite song by him, the man is a legend. He drops classics. Trap God 3 is so cold too. And yo the beat for Lemonade was cold. Gucci just a dope artist. Free him now.

Q - Tell me about Teen Distress.

A - Teen Distress is my new clothing line that expresses the flaws of teens. It shows how teens are these days. Showing depression, teens doing drugs, suicide and all'at. All of the images I use for clothing have a message. You just gotta think deeper to find the meaning. I came up with the name Teen Distress while I was talking to my homie Preme. There's like 6 or 7 members of Teen Distress. Preme, Devin, Chandler, Apu and more. Every member has it in their bio on Twitter.  

Q - What do you want to be remembered as?

A - I want to be remembered as a young talented artist and fashion designing rebel that everyone loves. I just want to save the youth, they need it. I want the youth to look up to me. Their "role models" are giving off the wrong image.

Q - Describe your style.

A - My style is unique, no one can match it. I don't wear designer at all. I put dope clothes together, no one can do it like me cause I'm Lamar. My creativity is out of this world. Not to sound cocky, but I won't lie to you.

Q - What's the first thing you're going to buy when you hit it big?

A - I'ma buy a llama and name it Fancy. I want a case full of gold fangs. A couple pitbull's and 2 model broads. 

Q - What's next for Lamar?

A - Man after Teen Distress I'm just gonna be collabing with talented artists and modeling for brands. I get so much clothes sent to me it's not even funny. I'm planning on shooting trailers for certain brands too. Big things coming.

Q - Is your real name Lamar Styles?

A - No my real name is Lamar White. Styles came with the clothes. I think Lamar Styles is a sick name. That's just me.

Q - Have you ever tried rapping and if so how did it go?

A - Na but I wanna start and get serious with it. I wanna drop a tape one day. Just wanna have fun making music. Who cares what people think about it. I wanna do all styles of music. Cause I'm just that good ha ha.

Q - RIP ___ ?

A - RIP Grandpa and all my homies.

Q - FREE ___ ?

A - Free Gucci.

Q - SHOUT OUT ___ ?

A - Rosa Parks fine self.

Q - Something most people don't know about Lamar Styles?

A - I'm straight edge. I don't smoke. I don't drink, none of that. Was never one to follow a crowd. I'm just a crazy teen that lives life like he's high. Having fun everyday cause I can die right now. That's just me. 

I'm Lamar Styles A.K.A. Nasty Boy A.K.A. Boy-If-You-Don't-Get-Cho A.K.A. Me.


" lamar styles - nasty boy - boy if you don't get cho "


Saturday, October 4, 2014


"producer of multiply - curtis heron - a.k.a. saavagebeatz"

"kush godz - curtis heron - dj smokey"

"long beach, ca"

the hip-hop underground:a critically acclaimed domain infested with triumph and tribulation, undiscovered talent and wasted Soundcloud accounts, failure and @'ing people on Twitter with music links, survival and deprivation, and sometimes, succession and great ability. from this peculiar and often discouraged existence births a name that has developed into mighty underground kingship, a name that has been around and seen it all, a name that's bass will make your drink dance out of the cup in the passenger seat and vibrate straight through your ribcage, the timely and precise hi-hats leaving no room for flaw, and the often mystical, fog-esque production leaving you at ease. Curtis Heron, formally SaavageBeatz is the name you likely have yet to hear of, but the name that has worked with your favorite artists, and recently burst into the mainstream with producing A$AP Rocky's rebound track, "Multiply", and it's only fitting that Heron's views, output, and success will reflect just that. I got a chance to chat with the Long Beach native about a numerous amount of concerns and topics most people probably have yet to discover about the young artist, in a "post-limelight" discussion:

the interview - 

Q - Coming up, what music was played around you, what'd you listen to, what inspired you to producer?

A - The music I heard growing up was mainly jazz and older west coast and east coast stuff, I got into other stuff later on. But jazz was the music that captured me like no other in my early days. I got inspired to produce because my cousins made music around me back then and I always wanted to but never knew how to acquire software to make it until I was about 17.

Q - Where are you from/how did where you're from influence your music?

A - I'm from Long Beach, California and my music is not inspired by the sound this city once had with Snoop. I would say my music isn't inspired by the city at all. The O.G.'s have been there and done that and I don't want to follow in their footsteps and try doing what they've done.

"uncle snoop - long beach"

Q - Working with TeamSESH... how'd you get affiliated, who is Bones as a person?

A - I got affiliated with Bones I think late 2012? I'm not sure, the first song we did was Rolex Diamonds off of his self titled BONES mixtape when I was, "SaavageBeatz". BONES as a person is cool though, a lot of people get the wrong idea about him because of the stuff he says maybe, but he's a good dude. Him and Elliot are really good people.

"bones - teamsesh"

Q - Description of Black Kray in one word?

A - Unique.

"black kray - lil rari - wifi wifi"

Q - Working with A$AP, how'd you link up?

A - A$AP Yams, he somehow found me or maybe Tash from VERYRARE told him about me, I'm not sure but that's how it started.

Q - Favorite fellow producers right now?

A - Jayyeah, Kid Hnrk, Drew the Architect, Greaf, Drip-133, Smitty the BG, Kodyak... there is a lot lol shout out to all the broes over at TeamSESH.


Q - Hardest producer tag you've heard?


"metro boomin - want some more"

Q - Favorite Gucci Mane song(s)?

A - Trap Money by him and Shawty Lo off the Chicken Talk tape and Brick Fair by him and Future off the first Trap Back tape for sure.

"trap money - wop"

Q - When I'm not producing, I'm ___ ?

A - Reading books or searching for new music.

Q - Have you ever tried rapping?

A - I have tried rapping lol, never again though but I wanna ghostwrite for people. I'm gonna sit back and develop better songwriting skills before that though.

Q - First thing you're gonna buy when you make it big?

A - New equipment and books.

Q - Who would you like to work with that you haven't yet?

A - Lonnie Liston Smith, James Black, and Young Thug.

Q - RIP ___ ?

A - L'A Capone.

"l'a capone - long live l'a"

Q - FREE ___ ?

A - Max B and Gucci Mane.

Q - What's next for Curtis Heron?

A - Dropping an EP in 2015 and more work with BONES and various artists.


I done got indicted selling all white (@zadricdavis)

Monday, September 22, 2014


"A$AP lotto - jugg santana"

"miami - 305"

hailing from perhaps one of the most triumphant and momentous hip-hop movements of the 21st century, comes the underdog not as much a household name as his labelmates... yet that is. you have the vocalist, stylistic, kingpin of his group and trade Rocky, his name and his heartthrob complexion as well known in Harlem as the colossal political figure before him Malcolm X, and his slugs as bright as the entirety of the Mob's future. you have Ant, the absolutely necessary, grimey-Baltimore representer that all hip-hop groups ought to possess. then there's Yams, his name deriving from a 2009 Triple C's anthem about cocaine, his "lean-spill" birthmark notorious throughout the music industry and a proper representation of the mastermind behind A$AP. and of course there's A$AP Lou, the frequent lean-picture-taker, sole Caucasian face in the Mob. and amongst several other members, Twelvvy, Nast, Ty Beats, Ferg, Bari, etc., thus spawns a newer face of the Mob, a face with the most room for growth, a face with the up-most potential, and his youthful likes gives room for a career of great longevity. 

A$AP Lotto, the face of Miami in the Mob. And his strive and drive is that of a 2011 Rocky, with the grit of a "Coke & White Bitches" Ant, but Lotto can hardly get compared to anyone but himself. I conducted an interview with the Mob member, answering everything from his inspirations, to his aspirations, and even to what in fact A$AP Lou actually does.

the interview - 

Q - At what age did you pursue rap / what's the story behind it?

A - I really started pursuing rap after I got kicked off the football team in 12th grade. I would just be on 6-0 freestyling for fun to pass time in the trap, then my homies would always insist for me to rap, and then I started getting into the studio with my first group, "SNAP CITY."

Q - Have you ever tried producing?

A - I grew up alongside P ON THE BOARDS so he always had the beats on deck and always kept me around creative producers, so I never had to produce, plus I never had the patience. I was too busy making plays.

"bath salt" - prod. p on the boards"

Q - How'd you get affiliated with A$AP Mob and how did you become a member?

A - Well I met Rocky, Yams, and Twelvy in Miami on South Beach at Art Basel. We just really became friends over this weekend. P On The Boards kind of introduced us and we just all had a brazy time in the yayo (Miami) and we just connected he dots from there.

Q - For people that don't know, what does A$AP Lou do?

A - Lou is Rocky's P.A. When you see Flacko, 9 times outta 10 you will see him not too far behind. One of the coolest Caucasians I know lol. He always got the loud... always got the drink, and he stays with the very rare pieces (gucci goggles, goyard umbrella, etc.).

"rocky (left) and lou (right)"

Q - Meaning behind the rap name, "A$AP Lotto"?

A - Well you all know A$AP means, "Always Strive And Prosper", but the name Lotto I received from one of my big homies in Miami. He would always bet on me at the dice games and he would always say, "Betting on you [is] better than buying lottery tickets." And from that day forth he called me Lotto, and it always stuck wit' me. Shout out to him...haha! 

Q - Who's someone you'd like to work with that you have yet to (1 artist, 1 producer)?

A - An artist that I would like to work with right now would have to be Cam'ron, and a producer I would like to work with would be Pharrell.

"cam'ron - killa cam"

Q - What's your favorite Gucci Mane song?


Q - MLK or Malcolm X & why?

A - MALCOLM X. My G's slogan was, "By any means necessary", gotta fuck with em'.

Q - Backwoods or Swishers?

A - Backwoods 4 life. Btw I was smokin' Woods since lames was puffin dutches.


Q - Cali kush, Seattle, or Miami?


Q - What's the first thing you bought when you got signed to A$AP?

A - My daughter's college fund.

Q - Where were you when the Miami civilian got his face eaten off by a dude high on bath salts?

A - Somewhere in Carol City making plays trying to get rich. Crazy shit happen in Miami everyday b so it really didn't surprise me.

"miami zombie"

Q - What's your favorite A$AP Rocky song?

A - Ghetto Symphony featuing Gunplay and A$AP Ferg.

"ghetto symphony"

Q - RIP ___ ?

A - Hiawayi Robinson, young 8 year old girl found dead on a trash pile in MOBILE, AL. GOD BLESS HER SOUL.

"hiawayi robinson - rip"

Q - FREE ___ ?


Q - What's next for A$AP Lotto?

A - My mixtape MIVMI, new videos, new features, everything new and keep an eye open for my young Miami artists Gitmo Dollaz & IamKaine. Real talented artists from Liberty City, Miami.


I done got indicted selling all white (@ZadricDavis)

Wednesday, September 17, 2014



"palm beach county"

tattooist, graffitist, trapist, revolutionist.. behold the lyricist.. the luxurious lock wielder, the Floridian, the one rapper in today's age who has yet to release a Migo flow. salute. ikabodVEINS. his influences are evident in his at times shrill-vocal, heavy hitting lyrics: Slipknot, Crime Mob, GUCCI MANE, Rage Against The Machine, amongst others. If Rob Zombie was to request a production from Lex Luger, you would get the all-to-his-own ikabodVEINS.. his diverse background making the status of "typical" impossible. an artist of multiple talents, South Floridian, Lex Luger affiliate ikabodVEINS has yet to release a track that fails to make me want to do a line and get a face tattoo. I conducted an interview with the highly cultured artist, discussing everything from sweaty raver pussy to 3rd grade mother's gifts, and of course, his favorite Gucci Mane song. 

the interview - 

Q - "ikabodVeins", description of the rap name/story behind it?

A - I been obsessed with the headless horseman ever since my moms took me to see that Sleepy Hollow movie when I was a kid. She's been callin' me ikabod ever since.. and I been a sicko in the graff' game ever since a jit, that's where the VEINS comes from. VEINS LMAxGW been outcheaa haahaha, S/O to the squad! WE OUTCHEA BLESSIN' BABIES N SHIT.

Q - Childhood... what'd you listen to, influences.. what was your childhood setting, stories.. where are you from?

A - Born & raised all over Palm Beach County, South Florida.. grew up fa$t on some thugged out surfer dogtownZboy lifestyle type shit lol.. lotta sex, drugs, and drunken graffiti lol.. been workin' since a youngin', hustlin' since a youngin', gettin' in trouble since a youngin', my struggles' DEF what made me. Wouldn't change shit.. I fux with so many different types of people though (you could say I'm very culturally diversified lol), so musically I listen to so many genres.. it's ridiculous.. but OutKast, Rage Against The Machine, Gucci, Triple J, Trick Daddy, 2Pac, Slipknot, Crime Mob, Dg Yola, WuTang, Buju Banton, System of a Down, Korn, Three 6, Hendrix, Zeppelin, Sabbath, Stevie Nicks.. all def played very important roles in my life.

"gucci mane - guwop - wop - radric davis - zadric davis"

Q - Tell me about your relation with Lex Luger/how was it working with Lex?

A - That's the homie but I can't even get a retweet lol. Workin with him was dope. He blessed the god heavy! Very thankful, S/O Lex for suree.

"lex luger writing the bible"

Q - How much did he charge you for "FUCK$"?

A - The fuck?! Lol NOTHING!!! I didn't pay not 1 dollar haha I put the "Ketamine" video on Worldstar, and the next morning woke up to hella texts, tweets, and shit on IG from Lex sayin' to hit him up asap & all kinds of crazy shit bout him signin' me, workin' together, etc. I said let's run it and he sent me like 25 full beats that night.. I honestly don't really fux with them crazy up-tempo trpa beats too much, not really my steez, but I couldn't say no to free Lex Luger beats lol.. I still got like 15 of them beats I haven't even touched yet jus' chillin' in a folder on my laptop lol.

Q - How'd you get into tattooing/best & worst tattoos you've done?

A - Graffiti/getting into constant trouble lol.. the classic, "not knowing what to do with my life" scenario lol.. my brother Robbie McCormick linked me up with this OG Puerto Rican motherfucker haha, Jun Bermudez, and I apprenticed under him.. MUCH LOVE to them two motherfuckers!! SQUUUADD. Best: Idk, prob' this dope realistic ocean/fish theme sleeve I did in full color, or the giant skull I did on my big bro's whole front torso lol. Worst: Idk, prob' some shit from my scratcher days.

Q - How long did it take you to grow your dreads?

A - I came out the womb wit' theez luxurious locks on my head kuhhhhhhh'.

"ikabodVEINS - luxurious locks god - kuhhhhhhhh"

Q - Explain you relationship with the bearded guy in your music videos/how long did it take him to grow his beard?

A - That's my big bro OG @bangbang305 !! Put em' ina' coffin SQUAAD shit hahaha, prez' of the highly respected GW Squadron! That's the fam' right there though! PLAY PUSSY GET FUCKT'! Hahaa, & 666years.

"ablescups - bangbang305"

Q - Rap game, trap game, or tattoo game?

A - My rap and tat' game are both key factors in my trap game. Word to da' erffs gawd.. we gettin' this money all angles shunn' $$$. 

Q - Will there be an, "Oh My God" part 2?

A - I honestly have no fucking clue lol.. maybe.

Q - Who's car and what model is the car in the, "Oh My God" music video?

A - That's my big brother whip, @venomlma , It's a 88' Chevy Caprice, she's a bad bitch! We actually recently crashed that lil' slut into the front of a Walgreens after rippin' donuts on our way home from KOD lol. Smashed a bottle of Jack and Jonny Walker Black Label at KOD that night with the fam @3ways & @jabrjaw SQUUUAD.

"88' chevy caprice - bad bitch - lil' slut"

Q - Dream car?

A - Idk, probably a Lambo', jus' so I could flex on some ignorant rich people shit lol. It's like your aloud to be an asshole when you drive one of them lol.

"gucci bandana - ignorant rich people shit"

Q - When did you start rapping?

A - I wrapped a Mother's Day gift I made for my moms in skool' one time when I was in like the 3rd grade. So I guess you can say I started rappin' in like 97'.

Q - Something most people don't know about ikabod?

A - Ima Spanish fuck lol, most of my family can't even speak English. Haha VIVA URUGUAY.

Q - Biggest pet peeve?

A - I fucking hate when a bitch can't take my dick. Kills my vibe instantly lol. To all the shorty's readin' this - make sure your sexual performance is grade A if you tryin' to fux with the gawd. Papi gets exotic in the PU$$Y lol I'm jus' tryin' to pay you rent mahh'.

Q - Favorite Gucci Mane song?

A - Blunt Fulla Dro!!!! Hahaha that's forever my jam! "50 Pounds of DRO, everyday is a Friday! Pull up to my house you can smell it from the driveway!!" Hahaha been bumpin' Gucci for a longggg time haha, used to get hella money to that song as a jit.. that's a throwback Gucci joint for sure lol.

Q - What's your creative process when in the booth?

A - Idk, I don't really think. This music shit is 100% self therapy for me. I jus' go in that bitch & vent. And take lots of bong tokes lol.

Q - Relationship with Relax Rekords?

A - That's the homies! Florida fam'!

Q - Sex with Oprah, Mrs. Buttersworth, or Sarah Palin & why?

A - Oprah ALL DAY!! She's got stupid $$$!! I bet her pussy's modified to the max hahah, she's probably gotta button you press that warms up her pussy lips like a seat heater in a luxury vehicle.


Q - Opinion on people comparing you to Yelawolf?

A - That's some cracker shit lol I do this for my vatos! Hasta La Muerte holmes!

Q - How long's the wait for an ikabodVEINS tattoo?

A - 666moons.

Q - Tattoo from shop or from trap house?

A -
Fuck that shop life! Lol TRAP HOUSE ALL DAY!!! I LOVE MY TRAP HOUSE!!! ShkurtSHKURTshkurt.

Q - Bukkweat Bill in one word?

A - Bruuuuhh.

"bukkweat bill - satan - tommy pikkles"

Q - Grossest thing you've ever eaten?

A - Either sweet potatoes, or some sweaty raver ecstasy pussy hahaha that festival pussy can produce some RUUUFF WEATHER at times! Hahaha shorty may have been waggin' that pussy around in the heat for a couple days non stop.. youuu jus' never know lol, KEEP THAT PUSS CLEAN LADIES!

Q - Most expensive thing you've bought legal or not?

A - I wanna sound cool and say the Black on Black 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood I jus' bought but I'd be lying lol. I jus' hadda' spend $4200 to fix my mothers AC lol, grown man shit.. I cawped 3 bo's on a re-up one time if that counts, back when Jim Jones dropped Ballin' lol.

Q - Who'd you like to work with?

A - Ahh fuck yo idk, I'd love to rock a track feat. OutKast & Buju Banton. And a track with Led Zeppelin but with Jimi Hendrix shreddin' lead guitar, & have Robert Plant completely muuurder the hook with some high vocals.. oooh and have Gucci rock the ad-libs on both tracks.

Q - What's next for ikabod?

A - World domination. New project, "Drop.6" COMING SOON!


I done got indicted selling all white (@zadricdavis)

Sunday, September 14, 2014


"fat nick - buffet boy"

"A meal consisting of several dishes from which guests serve themselves."

"A male child or young man."

Buffet definition + Boy definition = ?

Young men who eat several dishes and serve themselves. Buffet Boys. and it's saturated leader? Fat Nick.

I welcome you to Drill Miami, the closest thing Florida has to Chicago's recent boom of the violent, seemingly basic but actually detailed genre, Fat Nick, and his Buffet Boys, and all the fans they possess and everyday possessing more. Affiliate of nearly every rap sensation on the peninsula, all the way up to ATL, friend to Robb Bank$ affiliate Pouya, and as stated earlier righteous leader of his Buffet Boy realm, Fat Nick hardly needs an introduction, much less a justification for his Fiji Water-blender-fish bowl or his Nesquick toting music video antics, because Fat Nick is Fat Nick, and he isn't going anywhere anytime soon unless his doctor says otherwise. Have a cheat day with me and follow me along an interview with the fried fast food king himself, a journey filled with lean consumption, musical devotion, and of course, buffet critiquing.

the interview -

Q - Description of the Buffet Boys/members?

A - Squad! They my closest friends.

Q - Growing up in Miami, how'd it influence your music?

A - I don't think it really did to be g, that whole sticking and juking movement is tight, I love it. I'm honestly influenced by Chiraq music to keep it g.

Q - Growing up, who'd you listen to? Who'd the people around you listen to, who'd your parents listen to?

A - Growing up I fucked with Curren$y hella heavy. My friends like ah lotta different stuff. My mom likes Spanish music and my dad likes ion' even know.

Q - Describe the most important Miami hip-hop movements... Propr Boyz & Metro Zu etc.

A - I think every south FLA artist has ah hella important movement, but SGP, I think he opened up ah lot of doors for some artists, brought ah lot of attention.

"sgp - spaceghostpurrp - muney jordan"

Q - Opinion on Rick Ross', "Port of Miami" album, does it define Miami?

A - Bruh I've heard like 3 songs off that, I don't know.

Q - Description of Ruben Slikk in one word?

A - Loose.

"ruben slikk"

Q - Best buffets in Miami?

A - Tha best buffet Miami ever had was this one in Tha Hammocks, that Chinese one lit, it's closed now though, never go to tha one near ah Popeye's on us, 1 kid got ah kidney stone there, fuck y'all.

Q - When you get your first mill' what is the first thing you're gonna buy?

A - Ah crib for me & squad in like LA and ah Game Cube with Luigi's Mansion, I've been wanting that game for ah hot minute, and ah churro machine that'll be tight.

Q - Actavis or Qualitest?

A - Actavis.

Q - Process when in the booth... what is your creative process?

A - First I write ah hook, usually to the 1st word that comes to mind when I hear tha beat, then I do tha verse, then record, but all tha lights gotta be off, I always gotta have food while writing and shit, makes me think better. Like ah nice chicken parm' with ah side of alfredo.

Q - RIP___?

A - LA Capone & Mac Dre.

"la capone - long live la"

Q - How is Robb Bank$ in person?

A - He ah real cool dude, he tha homie.

Q - Thing you hate & like the most about Pouya?

A - That's my brother, he my bestfriend, he good all round. He tha realest.

"pouya - fat nick"

Q - Who would you like to work with that you haven't yet?

A - Chief Keef, Fredo Santana, Lil Reese, Lil Durk, Curren$y.

Q - Favorite Gucci Mane song?

A - One Minute. That shit so fie bruh, Gucci one tha hardest artists of all time.

Q - Something Fat Nick fans don't know about Fat Nick?

A - I was like 5 years old and swallowed ah nickle cause I saw my mom deposit money in ah bank and I thought I was bank, ion know, shit weird, I almost died.

Q - Favorite designer brand?

A - I like Fendi & Bape.

Q - Favorite actor/film?

A - Danny Devito, that dude the funniest man ever, he squad forever.

Q - Opinion on movie, "Super Size Me"?

A - Shit loose, shit looks gross... but still taste good so ima keep eating it. McDonald's got hot Marta's back, you get this and some nuggets you gon' be lit.

"super size me"

Q - Have you really eaten 100 burgers in less than 4 minutes and if so what's the story?

A - Naw lol, but low key I think I can eat 100 from White Castle.

Q - What to expect from Fat Camp/will it be the most influential mixtape of the year?

A - Fat Camp gon' be ah bunch of bangers and thottie pussy pop music, everyone gon' fuck with it. Hopefully it is tha most influential tape, that'll be tight.

Q - Who's featured/produces on Fat Camp?

A - Ima release ah track list soon for y'all but there's gonna be some name y'all know on it.

"fat camp - coming soon"

Q - When I'm not finessing I'm ___ ?

A - Eating, smoking dope, no earthy natural fuu pack.

Q - What is Fat Nick going to be remembered for in 30 years?

A - "Fat Nick? He's THAT fat dude, he legendary, his music tha tightest."

Q - AK or glock?

A - Glock, keep tha thumper tucked.

Q - Exotic animal you would like to have?

A - Ah European Thottie.

Q - You fall under a legendary realm of rappers... Big Pun, Fat Joe... what defines Fat Nick?

A - What defines me is I'm THAT fat dude, I'm Fat Nick, ah bunch of fat dudes embarrassed to be fat, scared to mac ho's like that's stupid bruh. I flex no shirt everywhere, embrace your bigness, ho's love that shit, no flex.

Q - Best Wingstop flavor?

A - You gotta get tha 10 piece half lemon pepper, half garlic parmesan, upgrade the fries to large with honey mustard and ah pink lemonade. Shit hella bomb, I don't fuck with tha atomic wings, last time I ate em my face went numb and my nose started runnin', that shit so hot.

"lemon pepper wings - 'lemon pepper wings & a freeze cup'"

Q - What's next for Fat Nick?  

A - Diabetes lol jk, ah bunch of new music, new money, new experiences & shit. I'm planning on dropping my own BuffetBoys honey mustard and BBQ sauce, & probably even ah online series, "Cook with Fat Nick" - Fat Camp coming hella soon, can't wait for y'all to hear it.


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