I’m done. Good run. It’s been fun.
Good for you Danno!
Trust me. I know your body.
Training with my friend Scott Caan. #five-0
Scott Caan in Deep in the Valley (2009)
The Whooliganz Reunited. #ScottCaan rapping on Step Brothers debut album, Lord Steppington. 2.57 to 3.48 is Scott rapping. He also wrote the rap verse himself according to an interview with Alchemist aka mudfoot the other half of The Whooliganz.
The debut album from Step Brothers, Lord Steppington, is out 1.21.14 on Rhymesayers Entertainment.
"Byron G" ft. The Whooliganz & Domo Genesis
Alchemist: Groundbreaking, man, it was a long time coming. My man Scott [Caan, who went by Mad Skillz when he was part of The Whooliganz] is a wizard. He’s a rap genius. It’s been that way since we were kids. He just came over and was like, “I gotta rap. I’ma fuck all of y’all up.” Shit was so hard I couldn’t even rap on the song. Talking about regal swimming pools and all types of fly shit. Scott is incredible, and The Whooliganz are growing. Domo Genesis put in an amazing performance on that song, too. Have 20 year olds and 30 year olds sounded so natural together on a track? Let’s keep it real.
We started working on the album, and [Caan] started coming to the studio just hanging. That’s been my brother regardless of this rap shit. He told me he was writing some raps and shit, and he called me one day and played me something. He came over and played it off his phone when he recorded it and I was like, “That’s you?” He was in the pocket and he was killing it. Now he’s arrived again and he’s better than he ever was. It’s crazy.
We did finish The Whooliganz album; Tommy Boy’s been holding it. Pretty soon we’re going to fly out to New York, and we’re going to get our album. We’re going to go to Tommy Silverman and Monica Lynch’s office. I hope it’s the same place that it was in 1993. I’m not sure where it is otherwise, but I’m going to go to that office.