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Meet FrescoDBFLYG of DistrictBoyz in Crenshaw, South Central, Los Angeles

Today we’d like to introduce you to FrescoDBFLYG.

Thanks for sharing your story with us FrescoDBFLYG. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
Music has always been my dream. From writing my first song in elementary, battle rapping in middle school, to performing during lunch at Crenshaw High School. Growing up, my older cousins would do the thing and just inspired me to keep going. Nipsey Hussle and my big bro Rimpau would grind cd’s on Slauson Ave. Moments like that showed me that it isn’t going to come easy. During High-school, I had a group with a few friends and it was actually buzzing around the city, once I knew that it could be bigger. I started DistrictBoyz or DBFLYG with my friends that I hung out with on a daily. After highschool. We gravitated around our area .. gathering a collective of people who wanted to achieve the same goals. DistrictBoyz has been a movement ever since.

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
Man ol man, like I said earlier nothing comes easy. Getting money for studio time at a young age was hard. I remember catching the bus to studio, people not taking you seriously, it’s been a lot of challenges/obstacles but I can say it will never stop me from getting where I need to be in the industry.

We’d love to hear more about your work and what you are currently focused on. What else should we know?
DistrictBoyz Or DistrictGirlz is a collective of artist coming out the Crenshaw District with all types of different music, merch, and ideas that we want to show the world. I’m the CEO of the group but the abbreviation doesn’t mean nothing to me. I’m a brother, big brother, friend, homie wrapped in one. I’m proud that my group is still growing and catching attention. We try not to rush the process. Patience is key and we stand by that.

What were you like growing up?
Growing up, it was rough. I can’t say I’m perfect person but my mom did her best to keep me in check. My mom is from Brooklyn, New York and my dad is from Belize, a small country in Central America. They always put me on to different music like reggae, jazz, old school jams, Which kept me interested in all types of genres. My interest was always Music, watching Smack Tv and Flight Klub. I was willing to work with everybody who was serious about music & it led me to being familiar with the biggest artist and producers in LA right now.

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