Interview with BIG SLAB COMMISSION S.U.C
Blades chopping and hard-hitting rhymes are what BIG SLAB COMMISSION S.U.C is all about. Smooth transitions and lyrics that are full of passion can really make a person think and reflect. The stories that BIG SLAB COMMISSION S.U.C tells well sit in your brain for a while. “Choppin Blades” has an old-school feel with a modern twist.
Who is running the state? BIG SLAB COMMISSION S.U.C. Another banger and fresh original flow, BIG SLAB is a storyteller. The artistry and passion are heartfelt and a little reminiscent. BIG SLAB COMMISSION S.U.C is slated for big things which is why we reached out for an interview.
Interview with Big Slab Commission S.U.C.
What first got you into music?
My cousin and my father got me into music I didn’t want to rap but screwed up click fat pat convinced me to so I tried it and ended up on some major projects.
Who inspired you to make music?
I was inspired to make music by ice cube 2 PAC DJ screw spice one DJ quick b legit.
How would you describe the music that you typically create?
I think the music I create comes from a mix of down south and west coast the style is original it was founded by DJ screw the founder of screwed up click its called screw music.
What is your creative process like?
When I get ready to create I think like lets ho on here and come up with something that everyone can feel so I go into my screw zone and then I wake up and just put it all on a beat
that makes you want to listen to what I’m saying.
Who would you most like to collaborate with?
I would like to work with is Solange because we have something in common and i would like to work with Yo Gotti, RKM legend. Just Brittany Lil Wayne and Saweetie and 50 Cent.
If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be?
I would open a show for 50 Cent I think by him being the head of the Gorilla Unit and being the king of the Black gorilla family that would make history.
What is one message you would give to your fans?
We here for the fans we make music just for them the kind that you can ride to that music everybody in the car be. like turn that up that’s my song. But I mean we love all our fans.
What is the most useless talent you have?
I really don’t know the answer to that question straight up simply because for real I use all my talents.
Do you sing in the shower? What songs?
I don’t sing in the shower but if I did it would be some Keith Sweat.
Would you rather be a businessman or rapper?
I still would be a CEO because my overall goal is it build my company into a 500 company so this a business to me more than anything. I’m not what you call a rapper, but I am a hustler, a trapper, a grinder, a businessman, but not a rapper.
Where have you performed? What are your favorite and least favorite venues? Do you have any upcoming shows?
I have performed at the house of blues Galveston beach party did a show in New York and I liked all of them I think liked Miami show the most. I don’t have a show coming up right now but we will be booking some soon come.
How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
The internet has helped the music business a lot because you can get more exposure from it the media attention is needed in the entertainment world you need that to be able to make a big splash in music and to get your sales up.
What is your favorite song to perform?
Right now it would be black gorilla fam money from my new album the king of the black gorilla family Suc Boss that song. I like to see your reaction to it.
Which famous musicians do you admire?
Quincy Jones that’s my family so it is easy to listen to some of his classic he has made or produce.
What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?
I got into a lot of trouble be for because I did a Federal prison bid before so I was once classified as a drug lord so then I got locked up but we live and we learn real talk.
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