Frenchie of Bricksquad Monopoly Says He Listens To A Lot of Chiraq Drill Music, Talks State of Hip Hop

Frenchie of Waka Flocka’s Bricksquad is riding high following the release of singles “Aint Goin Nowhere” featuring B.o.B. and Chanel West Coast and “Birds and Keys” featuring Trae The Truth.

Frenchie recently sat down in the studio with Hip Hops Revival to give fans his taste in music.

Frenchie acknowledged he is a huge fan of Chiraq’s drill music scene.

“When I’m riding out, I listen to a lot of Chicago rap drill music. I like that,” he said. “R&B… Sam Smith. I listen to everybody. I still listen to the Lost Boyz. …50 Cent. All jams is what’s called for.”

Frenchie previously collaborated with Chi Town’s own Swagg Dinero on song “Addicted.”

Frenchie also offered his thoughts on the current state of Hip Hop.

“I think the state of Hip Hop is beautiful because it’s in every state,” he explained. “When Hip Hop first came out, it was just lyrical. They didn’t let you know being in Hip Hop, you can be a good performer. Certain people give out good messages. You can be a good storyteller. Hip Hop is what you bring to the table and what the people like. …Down South it’s a lot of people that have energy. They bring energy to the table. It’s a lot of lyricists in Atlanta and there’s a lot of lyricists down South period. It’s people Down South that’s lyrical, too. Whatever you bring to Hip Hop it is what it is and I love Hip Hop.

“Hip Hop is always going to be a part of my life,” he added.

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