Your stage name has strong ties to the original WCW, Hilary Banks from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air . Do you share many similarities or personality traits?
I don't share many similarities with her, I'd like to believe we both have a cool sense of
With reality raps reflecting the harsh environment growing up in the Duval County, Mobsquad Nard has
been compared to Boosie Badazz. In 2017, Nard offered a taste of reality with a 12-track project titled
‘Nardo Davinci’, featuring the likes of Boosie and fellow Mob Squad members, Mobsquad
What do you smell like right now?
I smell like Super Orange Glue, BDL NSG, Lady Sativa, gang gang gang gang, mixed with a bit of Givenchy. Givenchy
and ganjas, you know them ones there; them deeper fragrances.
How would your last partner sum you up in 3
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Firstly, briefly introduce yourself.
I’m Spryo, I'm from East London and I’ve been DJ-ing for the best part of 20 years. I started producing records around the year 2000 inspired by jungle, garage and the early grime sound.
What would you say are the most popular beats you've
1. What do you smell like right now?
Greatness mixed with a lil B.O, looool.
2. How would your last partner sum you up in 3 words?
Gentle but senile.
3. What’s the most troublesome thing you did as a child?
Can't even remember. I wasn't too much of a
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You’re from New York which has