Defient/No Genre artists Zuse, Runway Richy, Tommy Swisher and SauceLordRich play us some new music in the studio.
While we were in Atlanta for A3C, we got to connect with several of the artists we've been supporting on the site for a minute now, through Defient Ent. and B.o.B's No Genre imprint. We visited their studio, which is out in Decatur, and chilled with them for the night while they played us a mix of old and unreleased material.
London Jae was actually asleep in the corner of the studio when we first arrived, but he managed to wake himself up to play us some music off his upcoming project, Painkillers, although we didn't catch that on video so you'll just have to wait it out. After Jae, the young'n and recently-signed Tommy Swisher took a turn. Swisher made his HNHH debut with the track "Vsnary" only a few weeks prior.
After Swisher, we got to hear some solo music from 1/2 of production outfit FKi, SauceLordRich. He's got some really dope music from what we heard, including a record with Post Malone called "The Likes" (as you may know, the duo FKi work extremely closely with Post).
Runway Richy gave us some Migos-like energy on his joints, including "China Cafeteria," and we concluded with Zuse, the Jamaican-bred rapper whom FKi discovered on the streets. Zuse is a real character, he's amazing. We love Zuse. He was rocking his hair in breaded pigtails, and he would not stop dancing to his shit. He previewed the most music out of all the artists, excitedly sharing records that were three years old and had yet to be released (but were still dope). If you're not aware, he recently dropped TrapZuse.
Watch some highlights from our visit to the Defient/No Genre studios up top.