BKR – Dirty Money Clean Hands [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

authentic, unique, lyrical

Tell us a few things about your new EP.

All the beats on my new EP are made by an amazing boom bap hip-hop producer named K. Pizzle. The tracks on this album have a range of vibes, from grimy to uptempo, while having a common underlying gritty feel about them. I had fun experimenting a little more with some singing on this one, but I’ll always stay true to myself and make sure the bars are on point no matter what.

Which song of the EP is your favorite?

My favorite songs vary day to day, but I’d say at the moment Neutered In Neutral is my personal favorite.

Do you think there is a true underground hip hop sound today?

I think underground artists should always make music they want to make and develop their OWN sound without trying to sound likeother. So, I guess by that definition there can’t be one true underground hip hop sound. With that said though, I do believe the listeners can tell when someone is being authentic with their art, or just trying to bandwagon.

What does hip hop symbolize in your opinion?

Hip hop is a representation of the people. The good, bad, and the ugly.

What advice would you give to your younger self?

I would tell my younger self to be more patient. Stick with things, sometimes the pay out takes time.

You’d give up making music for…

I have a beautiful wife and 4 kids, so if I ever had to give up making music it would be for them. In a heartbeat.

Thank you!

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