We at Brooklyn Buzz got the chance to sit down with Brooklyn Russian rapper Pasha PG to discuss music, his influences, and more.
Check it out below!
Brooklyn Buzz: Tell us about why you decided to rap?
Pasha PG: I always was very creative in school writing stories, and telling the stories. My life is a very inspirational story as well, so I decided to put all of it on an instrumental.
BB: What’s your earliest memory of music?
PPG: Music just puts you in a better place and always has a child.
BB: What is this song “DOPE” about?
PPG: The song is about people who didn’t believe in my dreams, or even those who are “haters”, and that I proved them wrong. I brought Tekashi 69 with me on it because he had similar story.
BB: What are you looking forward to fans getting from this song?
PPG: That you can do whatever you want and if you be yourself and focus on yourself you can have the American dream .
BB: How did you link up with 6ix9ine?
PPG: We knew each other from mutual friends, plus he knew my clothing line “ClubForeign” which created a mutual respect for each other. Plus our personalities clicked right the way .
BB: What was it like working with him?
PPG: It was very easy and fun, we will do it again!
BB: What do your fans have to look forward to?
PPG: Different sounds that I’m about to create on every record!
BB: Anything else you want fans to know?
PPG: That I’m gonna keep creating different lanes and amazing blueprints for people who like me and follow me and support me, that’s gonna inspire them on different angles and levels.
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