What got you to start doing music? I started listening to rap when I was only seven years old. Back then, it was a lot of Eminem and Tupac, even though I had just started learning English here in Sweden. When I was 15, I used to freestyle a lot at parties and around my friends, and they encouraged me to start writing my own songs. That was around 8 years ago, and it’s just been going on since then.

Where are you from? I’m from a town called Eskilstuna in Sweden, also nicknamed Little Chicago

What do you like about Horrorcore Magazine? I just recently heard of it and looked it up right away. I like the articles, they’re thoroughly written, and cover a lot of interesting artists and music in general

How does your music influence others? My songs are about a lot of different topics. All of them differ, depending on if I’m feeling sad, happy, if I have a certain opinion or really anything at all. So I’d like to think that they can influence people in about anyway possible seeing as how all my songs are about different things

What is the crowning achievement of your career so far? That is hard to answer, since 2013 was a big year for me in many ways. I’ve had the opportunity to network a lot, started talking to a lot of different people in the music industry, I finally finished a project I have been working on for a long time and I started working on my debut album for a independent record company in America, that will feature many artists from around the world. So it’s hard to pick just one achievement

How long have you been doing music? For about 8 years, give or take

Cool, so who are some of your favorite producers? Underrated from the group Potluck is one of my inspirations. I’m not a producer myself, but if I was I wish I’d be half as good as he is!

If you could work with anybody in the rap game now, who would it be and why? It would either have to be Dead Celebrity Status or Potluck. I am, however, currently working with some really grade rappers and producers, so that I am incredibly thankful for

If you could work with anyone of your choosing, who would it be, and why? I’d love to work with some old heavy-metal icons, such as Slash, Nikki Sixx, Travis Barker and others. I’d also love to sit down and have a writing session with Fish

How did you get your stage name? I started using it as a nickname on the Internet when I was 10 years old. I wanted to say “exercise” but I wasn’t sure how to spell it, so I just guessed, and it has stuck around since then

Are you currently signed? A couple of months ago, an independent record label company in America called Hy-Town Records, led by B’LoCo, approached me and asked if I wanted to sign with them. Being from a smaller town in Sweden, I have always dreamed of my music reaching America so I said yes without hesitation

That’s always an excellent thing to want more for yourself, what do you have that makes you unique? I believe you are never fully learned, so I thoroughly study my live videos and my music so that I will never stop evolving. Also, I believe that my 4 Minute Masterpiece video on YouTube makes me pretty unique, even though I got inspired to do it by Underrated

Who do you think has the least amount of talent here in the underground? That’s hard to say, actually. The ones I believe are without talent, I don’t consider underground musicians at all, just aspiring wannabes. So I’m not quite sure, actually, I look up to most people on the underground rap scene for doing what they’re doing

Any beef with anyone? Not at the moment, but I am considering starting one against a specific rapper, and I am definitely waiting for anybody to start something against me!

LMAO! Well, with that said, would you like to give a shout out to anyone? Of course! My producer here in Sweden who is always helping me with everything I need, B’LoCo from Hy-Town for signing me, and all of my label mates, Twitch, who will produce 50% of my upcoming album, as well as all the people at Fifth Column Records and Wolves Den Productions. And last but not least: Horrorcore Magazine!



REF: Article written by Spitz of Siferian Records for Horrorcore Magazine