Drill music has changed the landscape of hip-hop culture and music. It has given a different sound needed to refresh the music and give rise to Chicago’s music scene again.
We see today that many of the big names in hip hop including Lil Durk, G Herbo, King Von, FBG Duck, Tink, Dreezy, and others forcing hip hop fans to pay respect. If we being honest, many other industry rappers steal and take from drill music (be honest).
The man behind this evolution is no other than Larro. The CEO of Lawless Inc, who has worked with many rappers you may or may not know, has many different roles. From producing, to DJing, writing lyrics, and more. Larro has given his blood, sweat, and tears to help artists from the roughest parts of Chicago to living their dreams.
In 2021 Lawless Inc. is still strong with its lineups of artists, media platform, and a few DJs. Killa, Icy Duck, Solo the Dweeb, Valid Media, DJ Wayne William, DJ Nehpets, Slick Da 3rd, Moe, and Don Franco. Some like Solo the Dweeb have even been heard and featured on WGCI.
Along with music and business ventures, he also has been working to stop the violence and help fight police brutality. When speaking about his nephew’s close call with the Chicago Police, it could have easily become another example of police brutality. Instead, police used proper techniques to diffuse the situation. In return, Larro made news when he gave the 3rd District a BBQ as a way to thank the police for using proper protocol. On his Instagram post, he said, “We must consider what it takes to maintain a strong positive mental attitude at all times in physically hostile and mentally strenuous situations.”
Watch the full interview with Larro as we talk more about his thoughts on people blaming drill music for the violence in Chicago and more!