F.A.M.E. hails from the
HipHopInformant: What made you get involved with Hip-hop?
F.A.M.E: I've always been lyrically talented, and its a passion so i said y not? and jus hopped in the game like i been it for 5 years.
HipHopInformant: How long have you been involved in the industry?
F.A.M.E: professionally, 11 1/2 months.
HipHopInformant: Do you feel that rappers from
F.AM.E: Well, it all depends on what you're rapping about, For instance a texas rapper might be rappin about sippin oil...poppin trunk and reclinin' the 5th wheel..9 times outta 10
HipHopInformant: What are your views on hip-hop at this present moment in time?
F.A.M.E: It's over-saturated..too many ONE HIT WONDERS..Most cats aint lyrical no mo..it's all about a CLUB HIT..and that's why i say hip hop dyin..but i'm breathin life back in it..startin right here in H-TOWN!
HipHopInformant: What do you feel about the state of hip-hop in the South?
F.A.M.E: Ima put it like this...we got some lyrical n**guhs down here...includin ME. ima leave it at that.
HipHopInformant: Are there any artists in the industry that you would like to live up to?F.A.M.E: Nope..i wanna be the BEST..i wanna live up to myself...i respect and got luv fa a lotta rappers in the game, but this personal...i'm goin fa da top!
HipHopInformant: As an artist do you think that the industry needs to change? And if so why?
F.A.M.E: It'll change..it always does..it's just a matter of time..and as far as what i think, it doesnt matter..ima eat REGARDLESS.
My album "The Evolution of F.A.M.E." is very well put together. I have songs for younger kids[teens] songs for the grown and sexy crowd...songs for ladies..songs for G's..songs for the south...songs reppin where i'm from..songs that MANY people can relate to. In this album I touch on a lot of things..you can hear my lyrical ability on every track!! It's a good buy!! To order F.AM.E's outstanding album visit :