Stopped by Reddit last week to talk wrasslin' and hip-hop with my buddies Rocky Romero (legendary 8X NJPW world tag team champion), and JTG (Former WWE Superstar) to promote our new song TEAM ASOKA (watch the video on YouTube now if you haven't. Seriously why have you not seen it yet!?).
It was the first time Rocky & I had done an AMA and the fans made it so much fun. JTG joined us over the phone and it was a complete blast! I definitely look forward to doing more of these in the future.
Here is a link to check out the entire AMA... We Are Rocky Romero, The Asoka, and JTG promoting our new song TEAM ASOKA! Ask Us Anthing!
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Got world champions on my album. So yeah, this album's about to kick some ass! #MyCoStarsAreBetterThanYours Photo by: Erika Lane EnggrenI've been sitting on this album for a moment. Going to release it when I'm ready; on my own terms. It's my love letter to music. A piece of work that I'm comfortable being defined by. Collaborated with some amazing people on this. Humbled to create art with each and every one of you. The world is dark but creating this album brought me freedom and had me free from concern. Catch me soon... On your playlists and right here, at ReliveHipHop.com.
Mad love to Rolling Stone Magazine and especially their team in Mumbai, India! For four years, I've been quietly working on my sophomore album, The Asoka Hustle. The album wraps this week and the time for resurgence is this Fall. Thank you enormously to everyone who shared my vision and chose to be a part of my beautiful chaos. I love you all. My conversation with Rolling Stone... http://
My music is featured on tonight's episode of Huang's World on VICELAND. Watch as Eddy Huang explores Burgundy, France and drinks his way through the finest wines in all the world. Shoutout to VICELAND, the entire team of Huang's World, and especially Carlos Haynes! Excited. Grateful. Happy... These are the words that come to mind at this [...]
"As some of you know 2Pac's music has had a huge influence on me. It was his music that initially turned me onto Hip Hop music. The same can be said for his group of brothers, "The Outlawz." Fatal and Noble, from The Outlawz, were the first artists to take the time to [...]
Ah, made you look. You're just a slave to a page in my rhyme book. The Humble Hustle crew is back together... workin' on #TheAsokaHustle.
...But music had me a bit occupied. Let the ones who inspire you elevate you to another level.