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Xzibit, along with Demrick, visits 93.5 K Day to talk new album with B-Real and Demrick titled ‘Serial Killers,’ gives his views on the current state of hip-hop, and rappers with face tatts. Xzibit also goes on record to state that he had nothing to do with what was put into the cars during the filming of “West Coast Customs.”
X and Demrick recently dropped their latest project this past Halloween, which both rappers agree that it was an organic process that came together in perfect timing. Speaking on Serial Killers, X says, “We have Volume One and Volume Two that we did in like 2013. It started as a branch out from B-Real and we all used to share the studio together. So, we just did two mixtapes and then about four or five weeks ago, me and D were in the studio, and we was just off that 1942, and it was like, “Hey, let’s do another one!” Demrick also comments on the effortless connection of the new album stating:
It’s crazy to see, especially on this project, it’s like a full circle project. ‘Cause the first one being in 2013 and now it’s 2018, to come back around and us to all do it, I felt the most comfortable ever. And, I feel like it reflects in the music, like if you listen to the project it’s very cohesive, it sounds really good, it’s got a particular energy.
The two also discuss with Noah Ayala the current state of hip-hop and the expectations that many in the rap culture put on older artists and the stigmas that up and coming rappers are facing today with the power of social media and influence.
Watch the full interview below: