HNHH catches up with Boston's Michael Christmas to talk about his many alter egos and his local rap scene.
With his 2014 tape Is This Art?, Boston rapper Michael Christmas broke out with his offbeat brand of humor (which led him to compare himself to Michael Cera and Jonah Hill) and creative lyricism.
Recently, Christmas and his crew paid a visit to the HNHH offices in NYC, and we proceeded to chop it up about a variety of subjects. Christmas revealed some of his many aliases, namely Bob Hanukkah, King Koala, Suplex Steve AKA Young Turnbuckle and Utah Latrell, all of whom we hope to hear on future skits and interludes.
Later on, Christmas calls himself the "new Bernie Mac," tells us how he got his high school friends hooked on Lil B and explains why he's not afraid to rap about peeing.