ABM: What is your stage name?
HyroFBB: My stage name is HyroFBB, the FBB stands for “Fuck Being Broke”.
ABM: Where are you from, and what was it like growing up there?
HyroFBB: I was born in Antioch, CA and raised in Brentwood, CA. I’m from a Mexican community known as the Village, where a lot of my family and family friends are my neighbors. Growing up in my neighborhood was fun as hell as a kid. We be mobbin around on bikes, playin paper tag, skateboarding around the neighborhood and throwing lemons at the ice cream truck’s when it drove by, ah man we did some fucked up shit, haha but kids will be kids. I had hella friends and cousins around my age group and some older. I looked up to the older guys hanging out on the block and I got into a lot of trouble growing up. I didn’t make the best choices growing up, and if I can go back in time, I wouldn’t change a thing because those choices made me who I am today.
ABM: What are your last full length releases people can go check out right now?
HyroFBB: I recently released my album “Hyro$hima II”. The project is available on all Streaming platforms such as Spotify and Apple Music. “Hyro$hima II” is the second installment to my first album “Hyro$hima”. The “Hyro$hima” & “Hyro$hima II” projects are entirely produced and engineered by X-A-V Productions. You Can Also Find my 9-track LP “Bay Livin” on all music platforms. “Bay Livin’” is produced by Budda. I also have a new mixtape out called “FBB Vol.1” available on Soundcloud under my artist name “HyroFBB”.
ABM: What are you currently working on?
HyroFBB: I’m working on my 4th album which I am gonna call it “Hyro$hima Ground Zero”, which is the 3rd installment to the “Hyro$hima” series. I’ve been working tough on my music and music videos, trying to get more exposure by releasing them on YouTube and all major platforms. Thanks to the help from my cousin and producer X-A-V!
ABM: What’s your last visual release people can check out, tell us about it.
HyroFBB: My latest visual release is called “I Think I”. Its a single off of the Hyro$hima II album. This visual was a dope one to make, got a lot of energy from my homies in it and it’s a personal favorite off of the album. Unfortunately my latest visuals have all been filmed from my home because I’ve been on weak ass house arrest! But my cousin X-A-V Productions is a talented producer and always makes the best out of each visual we drop.
ABM: Is there any artists you would like to work with in the future?
HyroFBB: I have to say I’m a huge Bay Area rap fan, and to be honest Mac Dre (T.I.P.) & The Jacka(M.I.P.) would have been dope to work with, may they rest in peace. But I would like to work with Ya Boy aka Rich Rocka, he’s crazy with the flow. I would also like to work with Pay Roll Giovani from DoughBoyz Cashout, he’s fasho an inspiration. It’d be sick to collaborate with B-Legit, his flow is old school and real. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony had a huge impact on me growing up, I’d like to work with them. I would like to work with Berner, fuck around and make some real hustle music! Last but not least I would like to work with A-Wax! I’m all about the Bay music scene, and any artist who’s willing to work is a go for me.
ABM: Any business ventures you wanna tell the public about?
HyroFBB: I dream about opening up my own establishment, like a Clothing boutique/Barber-shop/Recording Studio. One day that dream will become reality, on mommas!
ABM: Where can people find you online?
HyroFBB: Follow My Instagram @Hyrofbb for the exclusive updates! As far as finding my music and videos you can simply search “HyroFBB” on all streaming platforms, YouTube and Soundcloud! Fuck with the kid!
ABM: Any last words?
HyroFBB: I just want to take this blessed opportunity to shout out those who support and influenced me to keep this rocking! X-A-V is my family, my producer and director and a major aspect in my music career. Shout out all my homies on that Vill Drive and all those before me, and most of all my huge family and homies who pushed me and looked out for the boy through it all! From the streets to jail and back home. I also cant forget my number one fan and my Bonnie, my girl Cynn. Also big Shouts to AllBayMusic for keeping it real and giving me inspiration. Its Fuck Being Broke Baby!