[Interview] Rapper Big Pooh talks “Fat Boy Fresh: Vol. 2,” working with TDE, and Little Brother’s legacy
Interview by: Martin Bauman Rapper Big Pooh occupies a unique place in hip-hop. As a member of the critically-praised North Carolina group Little Brother for 10 years, Pooh's legacy will forever be cemented in hip-hop history. Despite his contribution to hip-hop, much of the story of Pooh's career can be summed up by one word: under-appreciated. Since The Listening was released in 2003, Pooh has continued to face doubters who believe he didn't belong in the group. Through it all, Pooh has only become more determined, continuing his solo career after the disbanding of Little Brother and proving he deserves respect. Now, he's back with Fat Boy Fresh: Volume 2, a project on which he speaks candidly about the disbanding of Little Brother and the criticism he's faced from fans. The Come Up Show caught up with Rapper Big Pooh to discuss his latest album, working with Kendrick Lamar and TDE, and how Little Brother will be remembered, among other things. Hit the skip to read the full interview.