California’s rising rap group OverDoz are finally getting the spotlight they have been working towards for years. Once Joon joined the group back in 2010, Creme, Kent Jamz and P together have been impressing the masses with their diverse style and music that has caught the ears of fans from all sorts of backgrounds. Their YouTube channel is also filled with crazy antics, from their eye-popping music videos to their outrageous performances.
The rambunctious quartet broke onto the scene with their first mixtape Nova back in 2010. With their following releases Live For, Die For and Boom, the group has managed to attract a genuinely diverse crowd ranging from young to older generations. The amount of support they’ve seen while out on tours with rappers like A$AP Ferg has grown significantly. Now that they’ve signed with RCA Records, the brazen rap collective will be able to release their debut album 2008, which features the likes of Pharrell, Organized Noize and Hit-Boy.
We got to talk to the guys about what they bring to the table and what sets them apart from other rap groups in the game. They discussed working on their previous mixtape Boom, which featured appearances from Juicy J, Nipsey Hussle, Problem and plenty more with production from THC. They also spoke about their lead single “Rich White Friends” produced by Hit-Boy and how the song comes from their experiences at Coachella. OverDoz also looks back at their most memorable moments on stage from bringing out Kurupt and Nipsey Hussle to simply connecting with their fans.
Watch part one of our exclusive interview above, and then watch part two below.