"First off, I'mma just let you know right now, before I even tell you who I am, if you say anything too weird I might punch you." It's a pretty aggressive way to start off an interview with Nardwuar the Human Serviette, but West Coast TDE member Ab-Soul can't hold his poker face for too long before being absorbed by the zany music journo's bag of tricks.
Oh, the gifts he gifts, they include a copy of Most Requested Rhythm Band's Got to Give It Up, produced by Ab-Soul's grandfather Cletus Anderson. The rapper goes on to explain how Cletus and Kelvin Anderson ran up V.I.P. records and the Magic Disc label out of Los Angeles.
The history lesson continues with Ab showing his love for the Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E. and the teachings of Malcolm X, and his affinity for chili cheese fries.
You'll discover what other goodies Nard dug up for the These Days rapper down below.