This week New York City rapper Emilio Rojas sits down with Esteban Serrano and talks about ZFG, his latest mixtape.
"ZFG which stands for 'Zero—expletive—F**ks—end of expletive—Given," Rojas started. "Me and DJ Camilo, we’re dropping a tape. Dope records that have been quiet for a minute. We’ve just been stacking a bunch of music and accents… we’re just going to start flooding. I’ve been quiet for a long time now. I see a lot of these f**kboys winning and I don’t like the f**kboys. New York got the wrong people on top."
He's half-kidding, but it comes from a place of concern. "I feel like I’m unique. There’s really nobody in my lane. I’m half-Hispanic, half-white. There’s no one really doing that and it represents a huge, huge part of the population. There’s been Latino rappers before, there’s been white rappers before, but there’s never been someone who’s spoken uniquely about the biracial situation. I feel like that’s something that makes me special. That’s something I’ve already talked about in my music but I want to push it to the forefront."