HipHopOklahoma: Where did you grow up?
Warrbuckss: I grew up mostly in Oklahoma City with the exception of about 3 years in Dallas from age 8-11.
HipHopOklahoma: How long have you been in the Hip Hop game?
Warrbuckss: I just hit the three year mark since Ive been performing and releasing music. I have always written music, made beats or DJ'd off and on in some capacity since I was 14 though.
HipHopOklahoma: What inspired you to start rapping?
Warrbuckss: I’ve always been drawn to Hip-Hop music even from a young age. Just playing around with it, free-styling with my friends & making our own beats and music. It turned in to getting booked on a showcase then took off from there.
HipHopOklahoma: What projects are you working on currently?
Warrbuckss: Right now I am finishing up my next Official Release called "A Lesson in Progression" and looking at 12-12-12 for the official release date. I also have a couple of side projects one is with a producer from Brooklyn, Pzazz Psyxtine. It is my first project that uses one producer and that should be available in Feb2013. We are also in the begining stages of a FREAKSho mixtape featuring the artists on my roster and lots of local 405 artists that we work with.
HipHopOklahoma: What is your take on Hip Hop in Oklahoma?
Warrbuckss: Oklahoma is different cause there is no official blue-print for success in the rap game here. NOBODY has ever made it, YET!. I feel there is a ton of untapped talent out here and when someone does get signed the world will be shocked to see what all we have to offer.
HipHopOklahoma: What is the name of your management company?
Warrbuckss: FREAKSho Entertainment
HipHopOklahoma: How did you get into management?
Warrbuckss: I started by managing myself and just kind of grew from there. I have had several artists approach me for help and advise. I am always willing to teach and help others learn from my mistakes and my wins. Some artists that are willing to listen and learn and want to be part of a real movement have joined forces with me to become an official part of the team.
HipHopOklahoma: How do you separate yourself from other management teams?
Warrbuckss: I am out here in the trenches with my guys and I have their bests interests in mind. Its sort of a family which can both hurt and help us sometimes. We are all learning as we go and that's all we can do is learn what works and what doesn't. I am excited about are future, in just 2 years we have moved from a 1 room office to a large office complex with a recording and a photo/video studio.
HipHopOklahoma: Who are you managing?
Warrbuckss: I manage Joe Average, Kneighbourhood and myself. I also Co-Manage The Greatz and L-Smooth. I have had several other artists reach out to from not just Oklahoma but several other states. I think after the first of the year we will be adding other artists to the roster and starting a management development program.
HipHopOklahoma: What would you tell an artists that is just getting into hip hop in Oklahoma?
Warrbuckss: I would say take your time on perfecting your craft before you jump out there. With the internet and usb mics available its easy to make a song, upload it and try to shove it down peoples throats. Invest in what you are doing cause if you don't invest in yourself nobody else is going to!
HipHopOklahoma: Any upcoming shows?
VZDs 4200 N. Western in OKC on Nov. 21st
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