Q&A WITH FF RARRI
FF Rarri’s album, Foreign the Speed, is getting a lot of traffic after he dropped it in August of 2020. He has artist’s Lil Jah and Hoodrich Pablo Juan featured on Foreign the Speed. The production on the album is amazing with the likes of Black Mayo, Chiveer, and Solo Cam. Songs like Televise, Get Paid and Keep it Going put you in a joyful mood with its melodic sounds. Rarri has just now gained recognition but he has been rapping ever since he was 14 in his home studio. 2021 he is planning to take over the rap game and make music with other mainstream artists. He shot the music video for the song Get Paid on the album last year in October. Everyone should be on the lookout for Rarri to do some big things soon.
Q- Can you tell us about your upbringing and how it influenced your sound? Siblings?
FR- My upbringing was cool growing up in Lithonia
In the early part of my life, I was influenced by Mike Jones T.I and Lil Wayne. My sibling is just my lil sister she’s the only one.
Q -What inspired your latest song?
FR -My latest single is called “Show it” featuring Yung Bino what inspired it was when he sent the hook back and I see he was talking about strippers and money so, I just thought to go crazy on it cause that’s my vibe.
Q- If you had an opportunity to work with a major label, would you ink the deal? Why?
FR -I would take the deal because if you think about it major labels give you so many opportunities that being independent doesn’t and, people don’t understand that.
Q- How would you best describe your style? Favorite designers?
FR- Very colorful but sometimes dark because I like wearing leather jeans on some rockstar shit, but really, I just like any designer brands with quality.
Q- Do you consider yourself a sneakerhead? If so, what’s your go to pair?
FR- Kinda I mostly wear designer shoes though my go to is the balenciaga track shoes. I also sometimes wear Air Force 1’s.
Q- Can you describe your writing process?
FR- I don’t write I just freestyle I been recording so long that I’m just used to it coming off the top of my head.
Q- What’s the number one thing people notice about you when you enter a room?
FR- My style people often ask what’s that you’re wearing? Or damn bro, you dripping lol.
Q- If you were on a deserted island, what would you bring?
FR- I would bring like 3 of my favorite outfits a bunch of food I like, a weapon to protect myself and a bad ass girl.
Q- Are you involved in your community? Can you elaborate on your last philanthropic endeavor?
FR- Not at the moment, I’m still fairly young so I’m not really into that yet, but I will soon though.
Q- If you could offer someone advice trying to break into music industry, what would say?
FR- I would say invest in yourself because the more you put in, the more you’re going to get back from it.
Q- Dream collaboration? Hobbies?
FR- Some of my dream collaborations would be with Lil Wayne, Young Thug, and Drake to name a few. My hobbies are when I’m not recording, I like to play video games or go shopping.