HipHopGame.com recently caught up with The Longshots for a Q&A on their debut album ‘Hunger Music’, and asked about the vibe of the disc. Crayon responded, “The way I listen to it would be totally different than anyone else cause while we was writing and producing these joints people in our camps was killed and babies was born so its real personal but in a nutshell its the most reality based street album in a long time you’re gonna hear. Maybe the last.” Rock Shabazz added, “The album is real intense. Every topic we address we mean from the heart. When we was first starting out, we were really saying whatever just to get on and sound like everybody else but this album got us in a zone where we felt free to vent on what was happening in our daily lives.”
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