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INTERVIEW | “Behind The Mic” Rap Discussion [ Season 2 ] ‪‬ ‪‪@LordJuco EXCLUSIVE via ‪@W2TM_Posts ‬#W2TM

Lord Juco is an up coming artist from Canada. He has been making noise on the underground scene for a few years now. He has worked with many artists over the years such as Benny The Butcher, Roc Marci & Rome Streetz to name a few. He has built up a steady catalog over the years join us as we take some time to get to know him.

 

 

Team Moet : How do you think your 2019 went rap wise as far as success and getting more exposure?

 

Lord Juco : 2019 went well, still a lot of room for improvement but I feel like my name holds more weight now.

 

Team Moet:   You and some of your peers such as Daniel Son & Falcon Outlaw have been holding it down for Canada. Do you see y’all as the forefront of the future of indie music and how are people in the town treating y’all for the work being put in?

 

Lord Juco: Most definitely, Big S/O to Daniel Son, Falcon, Asun, Che, Dnte, Soze, Finn, Futurewave, Smokeshop, J banks and everyone else I’m missing. Toronto got a super dope underground right now man and its only a matter of time before its in the forefront. There’s love in the city but its not what it should be, it’ll need that cosign or overseas love before the city really embrace us all.

 

Team Moet: Last year you had a very scary life changing accident the outpouring on Twitter was dope. How did that make you feel knowing so many people you never met cared so much about your well being?

 

Lord Juco: The fact that so many people reached out was extremely humbling. My own people found out from twitter which is crazy. That shit brought me to tears more than once. I think it speaks volumes on the mutual respect I have for my peers and they for me.

 

Team Moet: Break down the name Lord Juco how did you come up with it does it have a meaning?

 

Lord Juco: Lord Juco is an acronym.

Life’s Opportunities Reflect Determination

Judgmental Understanding Creates Obstacles

its just a reminder to myself why i make music and to be mindful of my own content.

 

Team Moet: Not many indie rappers have been blessed to work with some of the legends like you have. How do you feel looking back now at “Narcos” seeing you had Benny & Roc rapping with you?

 

 

Lord Juco: It feels like a chess move, still one of my favorite joints to date.

 

 

 

 

 

Team Moet: How did you & Cousin Feo link up & How did the “Death At The Derby” Series come about?

 

Lord Juco: I reached out to Feo after hearing Creme Fraiche, we have a mutual love for the game so it was only right to start with the rivalry of the teams we follow. Liverpool & Manchester, so we did the northwestern derby over a retrospec beat and little did we know we sparked the derby series.

 

Team Moet: What do you think is your best project to date & why?

 

Lord Juco: PEEP is my personal favorite. Just because it was my first EP and i was in a different mind state. I love everything about it.

 

 

Team Moet: Who are your top 3 up & coming producers you would like to work with that you haven’t as of yet?

 

Lord Juco: I’ve worked with everyone I like so I cant even give you a top 3 at the moment. However producers everyone should be looking out for: The Standouts, Bohemia Lynch & Four Limbs off the top of my head.

 

Team Moet: What can we expect from you in 2020?

 

Lord Juco: MORE. More EPs, More singles, More Visuals, More Vinyl, More CDs, More Shows if we don’t all die from this virus.

 

Team Moet: Will we be getting another “Big Turks” album in the near future?

 

Lord Juco: Big Turks is not getting a re-up. All Love amongst us but its not happening again.

 

Team Moet: I feel you & Fortes make good music the “Lord Classy” is one of my favorites. Y’all recently linked up again on your new song “Ashtrays” can we expect a “Lord Classy 2” sometime down the road?

 

Lord Juco: Lord Classy has been talked about but I got too much in the pipeline to really entertain it at the moment. Its all Love with Fortes and he knows that but I got other stuff on the way.

 

INTERVIEW | “Behind The Mic” Rap Discussion [ WEEK 7 ] With ‪@falcon_outlaw‪‪‬‬‪ #W2TM EXCLUSIVE Includes Playlist Via @Spotify

 

 

Falcon Outlaw is a rapper hailing from Toronto, Canada. He is a member of the “FalconCrest” crew which consists of him & DNTE. He has worked with people such as producer Camouflage Monk fellow Canadian rapper Lord Juco & The Real Skitso to name a few. With a lot of dope songs under his belt such as Bodies, Jesus Ain’t Cheap & Hot Gun On The Waist to name a few. He is gearing up for a Big splash in 2020. Take some time to get to know the Outlaw.

 

 

 

 

( TM )  Over the last few years a lot of artists have been coming out of Canada. What’s changed that we are seeing this influx of new talent from across the border now as opposed to 5 years go?
( Falcon Outlaw )    Social media, because now blogs and different hiphop pages all have there own pocket of followers so if a Canadian gets a song picked up by a few blogs then you multiply that your going to reach a wider audience.  Plus with heavies like Drake, The weeknd & Tory lanez the world is looking to see what’s next or what else does Canada have to offer. It a combination of many things at the end of the day it a good time to be a Canadian hip hop artist!
( TM )  What’s more beneficial to your career at this moment putting your music on big stream platforms like Apple Music or building an audience on say Bandcamp?
( Falcon Outlaw )   Both, hip hop is now global so there’s different ways people receive or like to listen to music! Like in certain places in Asia the rule of the Internet and access to sites isn’t as open as here in North America, there’s places in India right now in 2019 that doesn’t have access to the internet yet and governments in different parts of the world govern what people are allowed to get access to. So with that said everything it all matters ! Using every tool to your advantage to reach your fan base is a given and to only think people who listen to a certain type of music only streams or uses sites like bandcamp isn’t thinking globally! So at this moment of my career everything we’re I can put my music on is beneficial!
( TM )  How did you link up with Camoflauge Monk? 
( Falcon Outlaw )   Through a co- owner of High Heat Records J.Banks , he got family in buffalo so he always down there , so he linked up with him in person and made the connection that we turned into a working relationship!
( TM )  Do you think the “Valhalla Inn” project with Monk showed fans all over that man these dudes could rap on the other side?
( Falcon Outlaw )    I believe so because it’s not what anyone would expect to come out of Toronto, ya I’m proud of that project!
( TM ) Who all is FalconCrest? And tell us a little about it?
( Falcon Outlaw )  The group consists of ( Falcon Outlaw) & DNTE! Jus two Toronto kids showing their perspective on life growing up out here in the form of boom bap!! Right now we been dropping some solo joints, DNTE jus dropped his solo album in the summer of 2019 & I got a few solo albums coming in 2020!
( TM )  “Jesus Ain’t Cheap” with DNTE is a very deep song that some people may find offensive. What type of reaction have you been getting from it?
( Falcon Outlaw )    a little of both positive and negative, but it’s a very old deep subject so I knew it would evoke feelings from the listener, the title alone ruffled some feathers. But hip hop is freedom of speech so it is what it is.
( TM )   I know your Jamaican. Me being Jamaican as well I have to ask . Are you originally from Jamaica? 
( Falcon Outlaw )  I was born in Toronto, Canada but everyone in my family is Jamaican. 95% of my friends are from the Caribbean and I’ve been going to Jamaica since a kid, I probably been in the island a 100 times! It’s a real personal thing to carry on my family’s culture as I will make my kids do the same!!
( TM ) How did the “Bodies” series come about?

( Falcon Outlaw )  It really came about by just pushing ourselves to do more, pushing our personal envelope. 

( TM )  What inspired you to conceal your face with your dreads when rapping? 
( Falcon Outlaw )   It’s for other people’s protection and it’s become a habit now.
( TM )  What do you have in the works now that we should be looking out for?
( Falcon Outlaw )    4 albums dropping in 2020
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