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10 THINGS WE LEARNED FROM D.R.A.M.'S BREAKFAST CLUB INTERVIEW

October 20, 2016

Big Baby Dram steps into his interview with The Breakfast Club and brings nothing but good vibes. D.R.A.M is still early in his career, but he lets us in on his past jobs, girls, and life that’s lead up to his first successes like ‘Broccoli’ and ‘Cha-Cha’.

 

 

 

1.   Whats up with the name D.R.A.M?

 

“If you know you me you know me as a big baby, low-key is just like I get away with murder and sh*t, kinda on the low, you know, I can… Cutting in line at the airport, big baby.”

 

2. Being a foreigner from birth…

 

“My mother was in the military when I was a baby, she left when I was 6 years old, so I wasn't like a military kid, but I was born in Germany. So I guess it’s kind of a fun fact. But I'm from the Hamptons.”

 

3. Where did it all start…

 

“At the Hampton colluvium mall… we started rapping there, the guy that owned the booth he liked us so much he didn't charge us, he just hung around there. Instead of making tracks we would just hangout there and do freestyle battles.”

 

4. Dram is an acronym for Doug’s Real Ass Music, whats real music to you…

 

“What’s true to you, you feel me? I ain’t ever sold a nickel rock, ain’t ever shot a gun or nothin, but like my people are my people, everybody know me for me, I just do regular life. I feel as though I make relatable music as well, it’s just stuff that’s true to me.”

 

5. Feels on Drake stealing his ‘Cha-Cha’ beat…

 

“The only thing that I can really say about that situation that hasn't already been said, was that record was like my intro into the game, was very near and dear to me. Very much so had a lot of sentimental value to it… It also got me headed to really making a career out of it… Look where were at, were one year later, withe the #1 record you feel me, ‘Broccoli’… But I don’t have a personal problem with Drake.”

 

6. Still real love for his ex girl Tatiana…

 

“Shoutout Tatiana ain’t ever stop loving me, it’s more so like we got love for each other, not in love with each other, like my mother and her are still in tight… We had a real love, probably like the only real love I’ve ever been in, and that I can acknowledge as love, when you do inexplainable things, you can only chalk it up to that.”

 

7. Influential Artists on his work…

 

“Magoo is the shit, I think he from Richmond but like his voice and his lyrical capability. I’m dead ass serious… He’s probably one of the most underrated.”

 

8. The reason behind the ‘Spread The Love Tour’…

 

“If you go into a room in a situation with positivity, good vibes, and overall love, nine times out of ten it’s gonna come back to you, so that’s about it, so spread that love, and watch what it do.”

 

9. Life before fame…

 

“Bunch of bullshit ass jobs that never really lasted, being broke. I worked at ‘Portfolio Career Associates’ as soon as I graduated high school, was some debt collector shit. But bruh I caught this one huge ass payment I guess these people were trying to get a house, they gave me like a $1000 bonus cheque, I was lit as hell for one month.”

 

10.  The upcoming album…

 

“We passed it out to a lot of tastemakers, I've done a couple of phoners and stuff on the road, and just the responses from them have been positive, me and my team just knowing that we know what we've got going, I feel very good and very exited, and I really feel as though we always hit em with that element of surprise and I think were going to do that once again with this album.”

 

 

 

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