Last year, when Drake blessed the world with his incredible “9AM In Dallas Freestyle” we found ourselves playing the song over and over and reciting the lyrics word for word. But there was always one line that caught our attention that we never totally understood, “Chase N. Cashe, that’s my brother from the Surf Club.” Which made us wonder, what’s the Surf Club?

To find out, we got on the horn with the crew’s two main members, Hit-Boy and Chase N. Cashe. As it turns out they have been in the industry a lot longer than you’d think, putting in work for years and producing for everyone from the Pussy Cat Dolls to Eminem. The other SF members are a talented group of writers, producers, and artists as well, including Kent M$NEY, Chili Chil, Stacy Barthe, Young Ry, and B. Carr, who recently produced Wiz Khalifa’s “Hopes And Dreams.”

Not only did Hit and Chase give us a breakdown on what exactly the Surf Club is, but they also talked about how they came up with industry heavyweights like Polow Da Don, Sean Kingston, and of course Drizzy Drake. Plus, they told us about producing for the likes of Pusha T, Lil Wayne, and Kanye West. And finally, Hit-Boy told us about recently signing to G.O.O.D. Music. So grab your board, we’re hitting the Surf Club.

As told to Insanul Ahmed (@Incilin)

Tags: surf-club, hit-boy, chase-n-cashe, drake, who-is
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