Following in the vast footsteps of Brooklyn, New York’s Hip Hop greats, CurT@!n$, is also attempting to leave his footprints embedded in the game. At an early age he was surrounded by a conglomerate of skilled and polished Hip Hop artists, having interned for Roc a Fella Records his senior year in high school. This type of opportunity doesn’t approach itself everyday, so skills were definitely acquired while being encompassed by the Roc. CurT@!n$ transformed those skills into his own mic aspirations, and after a start and pause in NYC, he relocated to L.A. where he has since signed on Tyrese’s record label and is growing a name and a brand through his music and videos that tackle issues such as race and prostitution.
RubyHornet caught up with CurT@!n$ to put him on the hot seat for our First Look Column. Here CurT@!n$ speaks about the Hip Hop internet avenue and a rapper’s standard of lyrical content.Read the full interview below.