PLK (Punchline King) took time out of his busy schedule to grant us quite the entertaining interview, including some of the thought process behind his new album, The Hunger For More 2.
- The decision to make this The Hunger For More 2
- If he feels he’s at a starting point all over again in his career
- Given the way things played out, if he ever wishes G-Unit would have stayed with their original three members
- The chances he drops another Mo’ Money In The Bank mixtape with Whoo Kid
- His three of his favorite freestyles he’s ever did
- His realistic expectations for this album given today’s industry
- If he’ll be equally as active on Twitter as 50 Cent
- His comments on Young Buck being officially off G-Unit
- The transition gone from on Interscope to
- His advice to his brother (and fellow rapper) Lou V
- If we can expect him to go back to the aggressive “punchline” rapstyle
"seems like Troy wrestled the gun away from the guy who shot his, while Troy wrestled for the gun it went off and he took a shot to the leg. He picked up the gun and chased the man that shot/killed his friend, that's when they camera picked him…"
Daryl Burroughs (King Juno) was born and raised in Buffalo NY, he’s the only boy with 3 younger sisters. His interest in music began when he was just 12 years old. Juno has also been a fan of hip hop/rap music He began writing music almost instantly, freestyle at school during lunch even…See More