Atlanta Vs. The World!

From humble beginnings in the North Side of Atlanta, LARRY LEAGUE’s own RANDY (A.K.A. RandyHOODRICH), has proven to be a staple in modern Atlanta hip-hop culture as well as one of the best bar-for-bar spitters in the underground. Along with his Larry League brothers Larry Loudpack and SenseiATL, his infectious energy and original punchlines on each track have catapulted him to the brink of stardom. Recently we had a chance to catch up with Randy and get some quick insight into his background, future endeavors, and the looming question that is; “Where’s Superbad?” in this iconic addition to our Q&A series!

Q: Where are you from?

A: I was born in Cobb county but raised in Atlanta.

Q: What was life like growing up?

A: Pretty easy going. Caused myself problems here and there but usually partied and hung with friends.

Q: How did you meet Larry and Sensei?

A: We actually went to middle school together. We ended up having classes together and became friends when they started a band.

Q: One deceased artist you could bring back to the world?

A: Mac Miller no questions asked.

Q: Favorite clothing brand(s) out at the moment?

A: Unwanted.. Shoutout to Luke and Jon.

Q: When did you decide that music could be your career?

A: When we started picking up a fan base really. It was really a dream until it became a reality.

Q: How do you feel about the underground atmosphere in Atlanta right now?

A: Since I’ve been in it, the scene is pretty tired and not many people believe in it. I think another modern renaissance is coming.

Q: Top 3 Chief Keef projects?

A: Bang 2, Bang 3, and Back From The Dead 2.

Q: What are your go-to gas station snacks?

A: Rap Snacks and a gallon of water.. Gotta stay hydrated.

Q: Favorite movies of all time?

A: Probably.. The Lion King. All-star cast and best songs.

Q: Who were you listening to growing up?

A: Mac Miller, DRE, and Kanye West.

Q: Best food spot in Atlanta?

A: Best Wings on Boulevard and Ponce.

Q: What should everybody be on the lookout for in the future?

A: Superbad is 98% done. Look out for that. I’ll be dropping a solo effort, and we have an EP ready, post-Superbad.

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