Harlem, New York.
Work hard and argue about art.
Ever since the baby teef came in.
Like we were finally good at something legal.
The liberty to create our music and visuals comfortably—and without limitation—or maybe just giant golden statues of our dicks beside the Washington Monument.
Outkast, Mobb Deep, Clipse, Robert Rauschenberg, Sweet Toof, Sole, Beavis & Butt-head, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Lewis & Clark, Harmony Korine, CCR, Hype Williams, Director X, Wooje Kim, Ozark Mountain Daredevils, Salvador Dalí, Three 6 Mafia, Dre and Snoop, Jason Goldwatch, J. D. Salinger, Jeff Koons, Spike Lee, Spike Jonze, Steely Dan, 8Ball & MJG, Wright brothers, Simon and Garfunkel, Kris Kross, ICP, Brooks & Dunn, Twiztid, Beastie Boys, Birdman and Slim, Public Enemy, Bill & Ted and, of course, our moms. We really could do this all day…
Harlem’s Adopted Children (Side B)’s right around the corner—and some really strong visuals will come along with that. We have quite a few dope projects percolating. First up’s the Evans Gate EP, fully produced by a true legend in the making, Ryan Evans. We’re also working on a murderous debut tape for D.G.A.F. Boyz (which is a rap-supergroup that consists of Swag Toof, Supa Sortahuman, Kevorkian, Noah 23 and Bolo Nef). We’re also cooking up another fully self-produced album—can’t disclose the title yet, but it is, without a doubt, unlike anything you’ve ever heard before.