DJ KORNER & HARD HIGHLY DRINKING
The guys make sure they don’t get too drunk while they do sets, because in the end, they get stuck in a funk and will go for a long, long time without getting drunk.
Do they have a specific goal the group sets for themselves?
They want to get as much drunk as possible, so they focus more on making people as drunk as possible.
Favorite band name?
Drunk History (from ‘Drunk History’)
What’s your favorite type of hip hop?
Hip hop has a lot of variety and there are so many styles.
What genre do you prefer.
New sound-track hip hop.
Is there a part of the hip hop community that you wish more people understood?
Not really. Hip hop’s a niche genre and for many of the people who grew up listening to it, it’s a part of their identity where it’s not an official genre.
How do you feel about New York’s hip hop culture?
I feel like there are a lot of people who live in NYC that don’t like hip hop because it’s “too black.” I would just want a city that accepted hip hop.
Did you know what a hip hop group was before you started reading the hip hop blogosphere?
I just thought I was cool and the whole world was cool and that was kind of how I felt.
I would also go through a phase where I would go through many of the songs that I like. Eventually, I was trying to memorize who every rapper was and I was like “How do you memorize all that? How do you get the name of every rapper and have you remember what every song is?”
When did you end hip hop?
It just changed. A lot of our friends stopped listening to hip hop, but we would come back to it, so in a whole lot of ways, there’s a lot of nostalgia and nostalgia.
If you could tell one Hip Hop fan and one Hip Hop artist from different eras, who would they be?
My friend who was still in high school when I was in high school.
Do you have any tips for aspiring rappers?
Don’t make it to the top, just do it!
Favorite Hip Hop Album?
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