LAW – West Coast Upcoming Artist

// April 5th, 2010
Law
LAW – West Coast Upcoming Artist

Today we are chilling it with a new up and coming rapper named Law.

HipHopLEAD: With most people in HipHop going against the “Law” what made you want that name?

Law: I chose the name LAW because Hip Hop is chaotic so I’m here to enforce the rule “LAW” the acronym is Land and Wealth that’s what I’m after.

HipHopLEAD: Where area are you reppin?

Law: I’m representing West Coast -Los Angeles, California.

HipHopLEAD: What made you wanna get into HipHop?

Law: The whole culture within itself, from break dancing, poppin and lockin, graffiti, to the emcee’s and Dj’s how could you not want to be apart of that especially in the 80′s and 90′s.

HipHopLEAD: Who were your influences to get into music?
Law: My influences were NWA, Rakim, Kool G Rap, Big Daddy Kane and KRS one.

HipHopLEAD: On Digital Dynasty 12 Hosted by Xzibit .. you had a song with Heltah Skeltah. It was one of the most talked about tracks on the project … How did that song come about?

Law: I did a skit in 1997 on the boot camp click album titled “Somethin for the people”. For my album I wanted to do a joint with MC Eiht and Sean P. So when I got the track I reached out to them being that I had a relationship with Sean P. He was just a phone call away, shot it to P. Got it right back, he KILLED his 16, I was waiting on Eiht, he was on tour at the time, Rock heard the track thought it was nice did me solid and bodied his verse. That’s is how the remix came about.

HipHopLEAD: What projects have you released to date?

Law: I released a 12′ vinyl with ill artwork on the cover the A sided titled “Show Love” flip side “Entry a collectors item somethin for dirty finger B-boys to collect.

HipHopLEAD: Recently Waka Flocka said lyrics don’t matter. What is your opinion on that? and do lyrics matter to you in your music?

Law: Yeah, if you are doing the type of music doing of course it don’t matter, I call that “the sayin nothin genre of music” that’s just my opinion. Most def if I’m not spittin fire creating ill meataphors punchlines and stylin I’m not an emcee I would fall rather back.

HipHopLEAD: Are you on a label?

Law: Yeah “Checkmate Records Inc.” that’s who I’m rollin with.

HipHopLEAD: Any new projects coming out? Any features?

Law: Currently I’m wrappin up “The Virus”, a mixtape featuring The light skin Richard Round Tree, “KSolo” of course Heltah Skeltah, Crooked I, Joell Ortiz, Akil The J5 Emcee, Trek Life, Menez One and a special legendary guest appearance much more.

HipHopLEAD: What is a typical weekend like for you?

Law: A typical weekend for me man… is goin to the studio …cookin up this full course meal for the malnourished hiphop heads out there.

HipHopLEAD: Hit me with 16 of your favorite bars you ever spit…

Law: I’ll smack your 360 back to 11.25 skills natural but they swear its genetically modified… I’m a god with erased memories of homicide swallow pride and request therapy for the sign of time… Canecticly the energy of most high feelin me for the assembly bar symmetry balanced chemically… You eggin me claim to be the top pedigree you better “B” but graded obtainin the letter ahead of “E”… I’ll centipede the 7 seas till I’m 70 with 10 degrees of fighting techniques me and my pen achieved clothing still holding a pungent scent of weed the trinity will weaken your physical with oral obscenities… findings of sophistry through your autobiography my quality of biotechnology wreck colonies… Mister dolly shoulders for hip hop yall can count on me wanna battle step challenge me and get swept silently… it aint about toolies or droolin over cute booty hoes truly though Im in the studios booth cubicle takin your rep break you through the faces of death and make you fly back like you had a cape on your neck…

HipHopLEAD: Here at HipHopLead.com we like to ask our features some questions that really are out of the norm.We do this because it gives the fans a broader outlook on you.So lets get it cracking ….

HipHopLEAD: Common Or Mos Def?

Law: I would say Common. Mos Def lost me some years back.

HipHopLEAD: Who is the most slept on rapper in the game in your opinion?

Law: The most slept on rapper in the game in my opinion is “Skillz”. Because dude still can spit bars and he put out solid albums till this day but people still sleep on him.

HipHopLEAD: If you could bring back any dead emcee … who would it be and why?

Law: 2Pac Shakur , besides him being the best before his death, he was evolving bigger than music. I think he would have played a big part in the youth in all urban communities.

HipHopLEAD: Back To The Norm….. Name 1 song you’ve done that will have the HipHopLead.com viewers hooked!?

Law: “Like Me” produced by Dj Khalil featuring Kobe, when they hear that they will keep it on repeat.

HipHopLEAD: Thanks for hollering at us and in closing give any shoutouts….links to your sites….F.U.’S or whatevers clever

Law: First and foremost shout out to you and your staff for supporting independents who need that “break”. My crew Black City Brigade My brother CuttThroat R.I.P. you can find me on twitter.com/lawmanone

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