Technodrome: "I rap [Laughs]. For fun, though. I go by a couple names. I go by Scott Summers, Pete Bakeman, Takun. I have a bunch of rap names [Laughs]. Once me and my friends figured out how to record when we were young, we were doing that shit everyday. My friend Nick made the beats and I rapped. The goal was to make a CD of just original shit so we could skip through it [Laughs]. Once we did that we were done rapping, but we still do it to fuck around. I do it when I'm influenced as a matter of fact.
"When I first started listening to Lil B [Laughs hysterically], I started posting shit on Youtube because I saw how much work he makes, even though it wasn't quality it was still amazing. It sort of like Basquiat [Laughs]. How do you make that many songs and videos? That's how I value people.
"When I first started listening to Lil B, I started posting shit on Youtube because I saw how much work he makes, even though it wasn't quality it was still amazing. It sort of like Basquiat."
"But, when that nigga came out with the grandma earrings and no shirt on, it made me feel some type of way [Laughs]. I was trying to feel it, but the song was wack too. I was like, damn, I can't vouch for him anymore [Laughs]. I really want him to succeed, though [Laughs]. He's so different from everything that was out there. He makes people mad even though he's being positive. I think positivity brings negativity out of people. People don't want to hear that shit [Laughs]. I never listen to his positive music, I like when he raps about fucking bitches and all that [Laughs].
"Now I like to listen to Odd Future, that shit gets me hype. That's how I like my rap. I like cursing and honesty. That's why I love Eminem. I also love Danny Brown too, because he's so different. He raps about foul shit and it's fucking hilarious. A$AP too. Rocky's music is so easy to listen to, it reminds me of some '90s shit."