Updated: Aug 12, 2020
How did you start making music?
"Music was like, it was always an everyday thing. My family would do it, going to church, singing in the choir and shit. I would hear music and try and say my own lines over whoever sang the song. Music was always a hobby before it became bigger... just something fun. I was always that kid in class rapping, hitting the pen on the desk and making beats and shit."
Where does your name originally come from?
"Spazz. It's because of my personality. I ain't gone lie to you. It doesn't take long to get me started, like a light switch."
Obviously a lot of talent is emerging from the NY Drill scene right now. What makes you different?
"The way I make my music, I dont have to talk about anyone else or shout their names out. I make music that everyone can sing along to, relate to, or understand. A lot of people from New York not from Brooklyn don't understand the names, but if you give them something that's catchy and relatable, it's different. My music is based off energy, a lot of dancing."
Who are some of your favorite artists you have collaborated with?
"I got several: Pop, King Beamo, R.eason, Mercy, Scoop, Danny Hundreds, Crashie for a fact. We can't leave my boy Crashie out. My boy just came home."
Is there anyone specific that you want to work with in the future?
"Well, Jay Guapo, Sheff G, Sleepy Hallow, who else... Fivio, gotta do a track with five. JI, I aint gonna front I gotta make a track with JI. If you're gonna go bigger than that - UK. Gotta work with some UK artists."
What are your three favorite words?
"HOLD ON WAIT"
What can we expect from you in the upcoming months?
"Whole lotta music. I'm dropping a whole lotta music. That tape is gonna come, we gonna give you that project, but before that we're gonna give more music so you get to know who I am. Then I'm gonna end off the year right with the tape."