Who are you and what did you?
I’m Curly Savv
I’m Dah Dah and we create hip-hop music.
Where are you from?
Curlv Savv: Canarsie
Dah Dah: Canarsie; which is in Brooklyn, New York to be exact.
How has your hometown shaped or influenced you?
DD: It’s basically influenced our music through the things we have seen at a young age, situations that we have been through, and the crazy things we have experienced.
CS: It’s basically our life story in music
What is your favorite NYC Borough?
Knicks or Nets? Giants or Jets? Yankees or Mets?
DD: All of them. They’re all New York teams. Giants over Jets, though.
CS: I don’t watch basketball. I like football though. Giants over Jets.
How do you define success?
CS: Living every day happy, doing what you love, and accomplishing the things you set out in your heart to do.
DD: Also growing enough to be able to provide for yourself and others around you, including your family and closest friends, by creating opportunities that weren’t there before.
What motivates you?
DD: My family, my bros, my fans, and my supporters motivate me.
CS: Yeah the same. I also have to support and motivate myself. Self-confidence is needed.
DD: Yeah that’s true.
What’s your biggest dream?
CS: Put my mother on a hill (mansion), can’t wait to see that happen.
DD: I’m running with that one. Our parents have been struggling all their life to take care of us so; they deserve to relax and benefit from our hard work.
If you could create a track with any artist living or deceased who would it be?
BOTH: Drake, Biggie, Tupac, Jay-Z, Jadakiss, Nas, Big L, Big Daddy Kane, Beanie, Cam’ron, Nino Man, and Young Ma. We’ll do a song with almost anybody.
How do you define Style?
DD: Be yourself. You can put anything together and make it look like the best thing on earth.
Tell us about your upcoming projects.
DD: We have upcoming shows in NYC, LA, and Boston.
CS: We have an EP coming out called “Commercial Break” within the next week or so. It’s a whole background of our life coming from Canarsie (Brookyln). The deep situations we were going through before we made it to the platform where we are today.