Original article from Skope Magazine
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We are back at in here on a cold Wednesday in New England and it is so good to be live @skopemag.com. Today we have an emcee and a man that admire in that he is true to himself through his life and music. While so many others fabricate & tell lies, Grisly BK gives it to you raw and you have no choice then to embrace him and his sound. Join us today as we talk with this man about groeing up in Brooklyn, the TX church massacre, reaching new fans, and so much more!
Stoli: Where are we talking from today and what’s up for the holidays?
We are Talking from my tractor trailer somewhere in PA. As for the Holidays getting paid as usual. I own my own Rig and move freight up and down the east coast getting money. Anytime I move it’s got to be for the money, my family or Jah.
Stoli: Yesterday a mass murder took place in a Sunday church service.
How do you feel about where our country is headed amongst such violence? That shit that happened Texas was real Shitty. Rest in Peace to each and everyone that lost there lives in that brutal Home Grown Terroristic act. A lot of times it is your own people that do it to you. When the Asshole drove that truck over the people on Halloween, I went down there to show support for my city of New York. We was over 1,000,000 Strong. Mankind is Ruthless by Nature anywhere on earth especially when you give us restrictions. America as a Country was built on lies. So until we can rid it of political deception, misdirection, racism and take accountability for those mishandling of funds then we will not improve.
Stoli: What emcees did you grow up on and when did music become more than a hobby?
I grew up on gangster music. I came up in the crack era. Niggas like Kool G Rap is What I listened to. I really like Kidd and Play. At one time they were my favorite rap group. I still love and watch their movies in it’s entirety. I would recite their lyrics. Kidd was really nice with his word Play. “Like That right”.. Got them both in a sentence without associating them. I think I fell in love with it then. The Fresh Prince Thinking he could beat Mike Tyson pushed my love for rap even further I loved the stories. Slick Rick had stories, Biggies stories were Phenomenal and unparalleled. Pac will always be One of the greats. M.O.P. is my favorite Rap Group “For Ever and Always” which is also a song by them. It’s not because they lived up the hill from my Projects Marcus Garvey. It’s because They rep Brooklyn so hard and the music truly represents my life.
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