What drew you to the music industry?
Music has probably been one of the biggest influences in our life since we were very young. Hip-Hop music especially because you could get on the mic and just say how you feel without being sorry you just tell the truth and keep it real so I feel like we always knew we would have to tell our truth somehow and this is the best way to do it.
Who are you inspired by?
We really are mostly inspired by the people closest to us we have seen our family and close friends build themselves to success over the years and we were taught the same things passed down by them it’s something about the hustle of Las Vegas life that inspires you and adds fuel to the fire.
Please explain your creative process.
Really all we do is make a beat which is my brother MTS T’s job or find one. Then have some fun throw some lines out and get a concept going and run with it all fun vibes.
What’s an average day like for you?
The average day for us is wake up make music eat sleep and repeat also working in the marijuana industry in Las Vegas has its benefits as well
Is there a hidden meaning in any of your music?
I mean really the meaning to our music is to not let $ociety tell you how you should feel or what you should do because most don’t even know for themselves being a Menace To $ociety is about being true to yourself and others while making your own way through this world and leaving a positive imprint with everything you do.
Please discuss how you interact with and respond to fans.
Normally we talk with fans on social media like instagram twitter our SoundCloud too we love to interact with our true fans or new fans.
What is your favorite part about this line of work? Your least favorite? Why?
Favorite thing about being in this industry to us is just being in the studio together and with our friends. Best vibes on the planet easily! Nothing can replace this feeling even when it was just us in our parents house way back in the day and we would smoke and just kick it and Rap. Our least favorite thing is when we have to go home and sleep.
Have you ever dealt with performance anxiety?
Performance anxiety is real for sure but if you ain’t nervous you ain’t ready.
What advice would you have for someone wanting to follow in your
Our advice for any upcoming artist don’t lose yourselves and don’t lose the ones you love stay true to you and just do what you do be consistent and you can’t lose.