Inner City Kid, Abgohard, released his #MOSTHATED [Ep] with the tagline: “For the Motherfuckers who hate, receive hate, dodge hate, love hate.” They say “Hate” is a strong word, and Abgohard doesn’t deviate from this theory, delivering a strong musical offering fitting for the connotations the word evokes. Known for his more raucous, off-color rhymes with projects like YPD, Abgohard explores his pensive side on #MOSTHATED, using it as a forum to confess his life struggles: “I got plenty obstacles, got to get my momma out that fuckin’ hospital.” Abgohard expresses his fears and paranoia as a rapper on the rise (“Rather see me in a cell then on the cover of some magazines.”), as well as his aspirations for personal space and to escape the claustrophobic city climate he seeks success in: “I need a few hundred acres on my property.” Clearly, this project is Abgohard’s way of venting in the faces of his enemies, in the hopes his message of survival in the face of adversity can reach and influence the next generation: “#MOSTHATED… #MOSTHATED to these fuck niggas. Motivation… Motivation for my young niggas…” MISHKA
Tell us about the first time you ate a girls ass. And the most recent time also
the first time i ate ass, i was eating her pussy from behind, i kept ending up with my nose in her asshole, so i decided to stick my tongue inside the booty hole, she went crazy and came harder. it was fun & it didn’t taste like shit.
the most recent time was during an orgy, it was indeed a great expierence.
Lately, we have been hearing a lot of good coming out of the New York City collective “Inner City Kids” (ICK), and just before the weekend the world got the latest from the group’s newest MC in ABGOHARD, who teamed up with Slater for a fresh new project in Rich Yung Pimp. The project is an interesting play between a pair of talented up and coming artists on the rise in a burgeoning east coast/New York City scene. Featuring production from the likes of Suicideyear, $1 Bin, Marlee B, Ryan Hemsworth, Rich Yung Pimps is as eclectic as it’s title is stereotypical. The pair of artists are at the forefront of the next wave of New York City hip-hop that has emanated from what many have called a renaissance in the NYC scene. The project is boom-bap-ish, with more developed sensibilities, taking a step forward while keeping another firmly rooted in the sounds that curated the scene on the right side of the country in generations before them. It’s a rap project, with both Slater and ABGOHARD handling crafty rhyme schemes with ease while ruminating over the ins and outs of the world around their heads. Check out the latest from ABGOHARD and Slater, Rich Yung Pimp, available for stream/download below.
While many other artists try and be discrete with their intentions, it’s impossible to question the intentions of ABGOHARD with a title like YUNGPURPLEDICK. A cloudy, atmospheric project that relies on heavy sexual references and over the top subject matter; the album plays on the New York based rapper’s tried and true methods of experimentation and off the wall sounding material that is best enjoyed with your girl and a few brews. AB lays it all on the line for your enjoyment from beginning to end, resulting in a quasi-ODB experience that will be the soundtrack to your after party. With tracks like “Yung Tiger Woods,” Acid Time” and “Ass8,” the addictive, hypnotic, sounds are inescapable from the Inner City Kids member’s love for feminine features. ‘YUNGPURPLEDICK’ includes guest features from Alvie, Mona Lisa, Supa SortaHuman, and production from the likes of Gregar and b00 Radley, among others. If you don’t already have a playlist set up for Valentine’s Day, ABGOHARD’s got you covered.
Featuring Production From: Tv Nicks. Woadie. b00 Radley. Gamera. Rxmeo. Grxgvr. 4llsouls (Remix)
At the age of 22, ABGOHARD may as well have an honorary degree in Practical Relativity. The New Jersey native understands that everything comes down to perspectives-success, struggle, friendship, the female sex. And to put things in the right light, ABGOHARD recognizes the duality by finding his perfect balance.
Reaching that equilibrium wasn’t always the obvious goal for the rapper. ABGOHARD picked up rapping at 14 during the phase of freestyling that every other middle school/high school kid goes through. While some used it to pick up girls or make snaps at others, AB saw it as a way to kill time. But encouragement from his friends pushed him to keep at the pastime to eventually rock the stage with NYC’s Inner City Kids. Fellow member Aaron Cohen noticed that AB “brings a lot of the energy and creativity to the group. He does what he wants as an artist; a lot of people are scared to trust their instincts but he’s a real artist.” It’s AB’s honesty with himself that motivates him everyday to wake up and create.
ABGOHARD’s style can be described best as he puts it, “fucking raw.” From psychedelic to club thumpers, AB manages to make his songs seem as if the instrumental was intended for no-one other than himself. Look out for ABGOHARD in 2014 and beyond as he continues to let his energy speak through his music.