A group of men that rap in a Korean accent; they don’t speak it.
How did you get involved in it?
I’ve been a fan of rap since I was a little girl. I always looked up to artists like Nas and 50 Cent. They were making them really loud, like gangster rap in a good way. I remember back in 2008 while I was in college in Ohio, I did a lot of listening to Lil Wayne’s record, So What. It became big. So I looked and I thought, if I can make the genre that is Korean rap, the type of music that is the type of sound that I would listen to, then I’d do it. And that’s what is really made it a big success.
How would people learn Korean to rap?
If you have a decent Korean teacher, they can tell you the ins and outs of Korean pronunciation. That’s it. I think you can learn everything on that record that you need to know from an expert.
Which is your favorite word?
I’d say “shitty” or “trash.”
So which is your personal favorite song?
Oh, that would be crazy to say. I guess that would have to depend on what kind of music I’m doing. My goal is to try and push as hard as I can and do the best work possible and help make Korean hip-hop a big, growing genre of music.
You’re involved in two projects with Korean rappers. One is called “One Day.” That’s your take on the term “rap mogul. How does it sound to you?
It sounds like a job where you’re making a ton of money. It sounds like it would be fun and exciting, because you can go out there and be a rapper when you want to and when you want to. Then when the money stops you can start a family, so on that front they got a pretty big idea there. I’m happy I got the opportunity to have a lot of control in helping the culture of hip-hop grow and make it a lot more mainstream, so that’s a real positive aspect that I think this will do for the music because it is popular in Japan. It’s already popular in Korea so it’s a huge international trend. You’re not making the first hip-hop album on the street anymore if you want to make that. There are some big-name artists out there that really get it and are
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