photo: pascal kerouche
Finding coke in a guy’s pants is a funny way to get your start in the game, surviving 7 shots fired at point-blank is an even weirder way out. In the meantime, the fast life. Azie and his friends Alpo and Rich lived it in the 80’s, Jay-Z and Dame Dash made a movie about it in 2002.
Now 46, Azie sits in his X6 and reflects on his past in the game, why he never liked crack, his sister’s boyfriend, nor the outcome of his Roc-A-Fella biopic, Paid in Full.
Still sitting in the latest BMW spaceship, Azie discusses his former trade: having friends killing friends, market-sharing with older G’s, and venturing into italian territory.
Mobstyle’s frontman also talks Hip Hop, from the era when rappers made girls flee, to the time when one of ’em scoop the badest R&B chick while claimin he’s « the twin brother of Rich Porter »…
Looks like things done changed, except one: rappers dreamin to be somebody they ain’t.
Oddly enough, this interview takes place in Sugar Hill, right by the school where Rich’s real bro got snatched.