Our Exclusive interview with Narcos GGG and listen to "Rollin"


You may be looking for new songs and new vibes that will make you have a good musical time. Well, thanks to our discovery of the day, you will have what you need. They go by the name of Narcos GGG, they come straight from Little Rock, Arkansas and their offering "Rollin" will undoubtedly meet your expectations. 

The rap group is offering limitless creativity as well as strong communicative energy. Everything that we need and that you will unconditionally love. So don’t waste a second, and head to the link below to discover “Rollin”:

Press play right now and enjoy:


1- Great to have you on our blog. Please, introduce yourself?
Joey $way:“Thanks for having us, we’re Narcos Triple G, I’m Joey $way and I got Lil Bray and N/A with me today” 
Lil Bray: *gives a thumbs up* “I’m Lil Bray”
N/A: “N/A...”

2- What got you into music and made you realize that it was your chosen path?
J$: “Man, I've always had a love for music. Alway writing down rhymes I thought were hard, since a kid bro, but it wasn't till’ I got together with slimeere who couldn't be here today unfortunately, but yeah; it wasn't till’ i got together with bro that i actually started recording it because he had seen a video of me and liked it and told me to record it so i did and that's how it all started for me.Then a couple weeks after that I got together with B-ray and we recorded our first track together, good day, which never got released”

LB: “I’ve always been around music in one way or another. I grew up listening to my older brother play all types of different instruments in the same room as me, but it wasn’t until later in life when $way talked me into recording with him, he was slick buggin’ me for a while about recording until I decided to try it. We’ve been recording since.”

N/A: ”I know Joey had talked to me before about possibly working with him on a track when he first started. Then I saw Bray had done a track with bro and it was cool, so I took him up on his offer. From that day on we became Narcos Triple G.”

3- Tell us about your new Single. And what’s the story behind it?
J$: “I knew Rollin was special since the very first time I heard all our verses on it together on the beat. I don't really know what else to tell you besides you would have had to have been there, the vibes were unmatched and the energy was crazy in the room that day. And really, I feel we were just laying down verses inspired by sh*t we had going on or where we were at that specific point in our lives you know?”

LB: ”Pop it, I'm rollin. I’m high b*tch i'm floating. This gun really loaded.” 

N/A: “It was one of my demons’ past lives.”

4- What makes your music unique? How would you describe it?

J$: ”On some slight cocky sh*t, we've got the talent on our roster to make all types of ranged hits. Our sauce is unique.”

LB: *nods in agreement* “Facts. We’ve got range on the beat, we could make a trap record right now and switch it up if we wanna and make some melodic sh*t and it’d be hard. And I know Joey and Tavo can hit the Spanish flow pretty straight, who else you know switchin up like that?”

N/A: “yeah that sh*t crazy, I guess they're just going to have to play our tracks to see what we mean.”

5- What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?

J$: “Just keep your head up and keep grinding, you'll see the progress as long as you stick to the process.”

LB: “do you and keep going bro you miss all the shots you don't take”

N/A: “Just do what you gotta do to make yourself happy, that's really what lifes all
about”

6- Who are your biggest musical influences? And any particular artist/band you would like to collaborate with in the future?
J$: “Really, my introduction to hip hop was through two songs i randomly got on an old mp3 player an older friend of mine had given me which were Red Nation by The Game and Lil Wayne and F*ck the police by Nwa. I loved the vibe I had just discovered and did more research. That's when I discovered A Tribe Called Quest. Based on my flows and stuff I guess since they introduced me to the English version of the genre, they have to be my biggest influences to this day.”

LB: “I’d have to say I’m heavily influenced by Lil Peep, Lil Uzi and Shoreline Mafia. Their music can always match my mood no matter what.”

N/A: “Chief Keef and Young Thug's music go hard.”

7- If you had one message to give to your fans, what would it be?
J$: “We love yall and Thank yall for supporting us and you heard it here first baby; the NTG army growing everyday! We getting bigger so tell a friend to tell a friend.”

LB: “and keep streaming our music.”

8- What’s next for you? Any upcoming projects?
LB: “We’re always working on new music. We’ll be dropping singles with visuals until we get done working on this new tape.”
J$: “release date to be determined but soon so stay tuned.”