I've been finding a plethora of Asian rappers in Los Angeles, initially thinking there weren't much that existed in the first place. After interviewing a Korean rapper who goes by LATE LEE a couple months ago, it seemed like the landscape of Asian hip hop artists just opened up.
This group LATE LEE introduced me to goes by the name of After Hours, a group consisting of Pablo (producer), Lio and Yoso (rappers). Together their personalities mesh to create an undying brotherhood. In other words, their differences is what makes their relationships thrive and their music blend extremely well.
During an interview with The Lunch Table, After Hours opens up about the difficulties, trials and tribulations that come with being in a group, and the importance of Asians in entertainment amongst other things. Enjoy the interview!