Brooklyn rapper Preston Waters has been on the rise steadily since the release of his mixtape, Watch No Face the Lit Tape. With releases including "Reading Everywhere" and "Dad Hats," Preston Waters maintains his "Trap Safely" mentality, providing a soundtrack for everyone out there hustling. We had a chance to chop it up with Mr. Waters himself a couple weeks ago to discuss his musical influences, upcoming projects, collaborations and even some strip club talk. Here's a clip of our interview with Preston Waters.
The Flatbush Zombies have come a long way since their groundbreaking hit "Thug Waffle," in 2012. Several months after the group released the visual for "Thug Waffle," they were featured on ASAP Mob's 2012 hit "Bath Salt." As part of the "Beast Coast" collective with fellow groups: Pro Era, and The Underachievers, the Flatbush Zombies have helped spearhead the new wave of artists coming out of New York. With their success over the last few years, Elliot Wilson and Brian B.Dot Miller of Rap Radar couldn't help but take notice and bring the trio on for the 43rd installment of their podcast.
Before the Flatbush Zombies hit the road, Meech, Juice, and Erick discuss the success of their new album: "3001: A Laced Odyssey," misconceptions, and Spike Lee. Listen below for more.