Flavor Flav is “Everywhere”! While sitting down with Access Daily’s Mario Lopez and Kit Hoover, the hip hop superstar shared the inspiration behind his new song “Every Where Man.” He also reflected on the evolution of rap, the story behind his iconic clock necklace and how he recently got the chance to sing the National Anthem. Plus, he told the story of how he became a Taylor Swift fan and had the best time at her Detroit stop at the Eras Tour. Plus, he gave Kit Hoover a friendship bracelet that was given to him by Taylor’s dad! “Every Where Man” is available now.
In this candid conversation, Flavor Flav reflects on the evolution of hip-hop from its message-driven roots in the mid-’80s to its current state, acknowledging the shift in lyrical content over the years. He reminisces about the inception of Public Enemy and the impactful messages they conveyed through their music, touching upon themes of racism, media influence, and social issues. Despite the changes in the genre, Flav expresses respect for the new generation of artists who have taken the helm of hip-hop. He shares an amusing backstory of how the iconic clock necklace became his signature look, stemming from a playful dare among friends. Flavor Flav also delves into his recent activities, including the release of his new song “Everywhere Man,” inspired by his ubiquitous presence and penned by Chuck D. The conversation takes a personal turn as Flav discusses his rendition of the National Anthem, a tribute to his family members who served in the military. The interview rounds off with Flav’s unexpected friendship with Taylor Swift, sparked by a concert visit and solidified by mutual respect and admiration for Swift’s storytelling through music, showcasing Flav’s diverse interests and connections beyond the hip-hop world.
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