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Published on Apr 25, 2011
GOHAMORGOHOME.COM caught up with Fred The Godson a/k/a Big Bronx (who's currently on a tour of the Midwest with Talib Kweli). We discussed a range of topics, from who was his biggest influence while growing up in the Bronx to his approach to making a great record. Although he's still underground, Fred is a very popular MC on the East Coast and in the Midwest. Personally, I was introduced to his music over a year ago by a friend from Philly and have been a fan ever since I heard "So Crazy." However, Armageddon has been my favorite FTG record thus far. I'm a fan of "creativity" period, so regardless of where a person is from or what they do, if they're nice with it, I'm a support them. I hope you all enjoy this interview / conversation. FYI: I've been having an issue with my voice, so I had my home girl Dee Dee a/k/a Stallion to conduct it on the spur of the moment, by reading my questions. Special thanks to Fred (and everybody at his TBM & Blok Work Camp) for granting us this interview and the homie Shawn Prez for making it happen! You got a winner NYC. We bumping Fred hard in the south and this interview officially introduces his movement to all southern fans of Hip Hop. If you're in the south and haven't heard about him yet, Google his tape Armageddon and download that joint ASAP. Every song is a banger! He's a lyrical monster, who's clever wordplay and ridiculous flow will surely give the industry nightmares, especially those who subscribe to mediocrity. And oh, by the way, special thanks to my girl Dee Dee for interviewing Fred, despite having been asked at the very last minute.
FRED INFO: TWITTER.COM/FREDTHEGODSON FACEBOOK.COM/FREDTHEGODSON