A rising hip hop duo out of Atlanta Georgia.
Fuh-Q has tasted success under the stage name Scandalicious, thanks to his breakout hit “Do the Donkey Punch.” Controversy always seemed to follow him around, and he ended up stuck on the shelf for a year before giving up on his own ability to create a hit single. Enter The Fuh-King, his brother from another mother, who recently debuted on the group’s self titled album “The Fuhckers,” much to the chagrin of many listeners. The collaboration is the spark the duo needed to get over with mainstream audiences.
Critics lambast the album as overproduced, difficult to understand, and misogynistic. The Fuhckers rap about sex, women, booze, and marijuana cigarettes. They aren’t pandering, it’s who they really are. They make no apologies about where they came from, and have no plans of ever turning their back on their hood or their family. Loyalty is all they know.
Their fan base consists mostly of Millennials and members of Generation Z, who can’t get enough songs like; Tide Pod Gatorade, Bitch Snorts Magnums, and Let’s Get Raided.
Although they don’t listen to his music, their main inspiration comes in the form of Lil Wayne, who is the only person who consumes as much Codeine as they do. Fuh-Q says that he used to jam out to Wayne for hours before he was ever into creating music himself. He credits Wayne’s clever wordplay and catchy hooks with inspiring him to enter the rap game.
“Wayne was just that dude at the time. Say what you want about his so called sellout success, but the man had undeniable language skills, and knew how to communicate with his people.” says Fuh-Q.
Keep an eye out for the rising stars, who will be on tour all summer long. You bring the blunts, and they’ll bring the sizzurp.