I met 360 at Filthy Rich’s barber shop in Queens. I was getting a haircut and we were just shooting the breeze as he gave me a dope fade. At some point I told him I performed poetry and that I was looking into converting it to music. Well, little did I know who I was talking to, eh? 360 said “I do a little music too”, he hit me with a demo cd. I took the cd home and checked them out. Within the day I was walking around talking about “Trying to make paper“. I reviewed these guys right after here.
Since then, 360 is exclusively who gets to cut my hair, at least for now, when that focker blows up I’m screwed. LOL. But after we connected, he put me on to K-Star, Gabe Real, and of course the engineering genius and hip hop underground artist King Sage. So in essence, 360 opened this music door for me by connecting me with Sage and motivating me to get out there myself.
The guys recently released their mix tape “Till Death”. Check out this documentary with 360 and K-Star, Dj Fat Fingaz and more! I’m a huge fan, these guys are doing big things. Pick up “Till Death” mixtape here!
Video Description and contact information:
Fam Come F1rst’s own K-Star & 360 take the time out to talk about the Till Death Mixtape & give insight to every detail of the project. DJ Fatfingaz of The Heavy Hitters also reflects on the special process of getting to know and working with FCF. Directed by 6 Chamber productions, this is an informatory & introductory video to the present as well as future greatness of Fam Come F1rst.
Directed by 6 Chamber productions
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/6Chamber…
Fam Come F1rst
Till Death Mixtape Hosted By DJ Fatfingaz of the Heavy Hitters is available on DatPiff.com.
Twitter/Instagram @360FCF @K_Star_FCF @FamComeF1rst
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