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IAA:  What is your music background?
SIR UNDERGROUND:  At a very young age I had an itch for music. When I discovered I could beat box, I was nonstop. I then discovered a style that I call, “Chatter Box”. Using my molders (my back teeth) as the beat I free styled every chance I got.  I started writing my music in 10th grade. That same year a good a friend of mine, Freddy Dang Films Dang put me down with a rap click. They were working on the second volume of their mix tape.  While working with them, I had the chance to release my solo cd Bow Down To Royalty. Soon after I released another mix tape Reckin’ Since 67 , built entirely off of sound click instrumentals. I also did my first video from a song off of that mix tape titled Daily B.S. At that time I took on the alias Jt Tha Ugk. There was some controversy about my name on datpiff.com because people said I didn’t rap like Bun & Pimp.  I wasn’t trying to be associated with Bun & Pimp. I chose that name because I’ve been underground for so long, that I’m the king of my layer. Due to the circumstances, I eventually changed my name. Now it’s Sir Underground. I’ve had the Daily B.S. Video Featured on a DVD titled Watch Ya Tone with a few other artist from San Antonio Tx. Like SOS.A. And many more. Skipping from studio to studio, I finally acquired a laboratory of my own, now there is no limit.

IAA: What inspired you to pursue music?
SIR UNDERGROUND:  Music runs in my blood. I want to tell about the pain and struggle I’ve been through. I’ve been in situations where I’ve had to live on the street with my family. The tribulations I have experienced have inspired me to pursue my musical career.  I’m also inspired by these bubble gum rappers who have more plays on You Tube and Reverbnation then I do.  I am inspired by my wife, children, and my mother, God rest her soul. I know how hard I am, and I have to get myself heard.

IAA: What are your songs about?
SIR UNDERGROUND: Quite a few of my songs are reflections of my life. I feel like story telling is the foundation for good music. If you’re not telling a story what are you rapping about? If a movie was just random scenes, would you watch it? A club joint is important for a good record. You always have to have something that your audience can dance to. Some slick pimp tight music is always in store, if you’re rocking with Sir Under. I like writing music that people can just ride to. I like to make music that you want to keep on repeat. I also make music for the women also. I like to reach all audiences so no one feels left out and feels like my genre of music doesn’t fit or suit you. You might be able to find yourself in my music.

IAA: Do you write your own music?
SIR UNDERGROUND:  Yes I do write my own music. I have even written songs for my wife, and you can find those songs featuring her on Reckin Since 67 mix tape, Make That and Father to Your Child are two very good songs with me and my wife. I couldn’t see anybody writing my music for me. That would make me feel fake.

IAA:  Who are your musical influences?
SIR UNDERGROUND:  My musical influences include, 8Ball & MJG, UGK, Master P and the Whole No Limit army, The Hot Boys, Twista, Eminem, Dr. Dre, 2Pac, Lil Boosie, Trill Ent. Boys, Young Jeezy, Don Cannon, 2 Chainz, Dj Drama, Common, Mos Def, Outkast, Big K.R.I.T., Rittz, Freddie Gibbs, and Yela Wolf.  I also influence myself at times.

IAA:  How would you describe your music to people?
SIR UNDERGROUND:  My delivery is potent, and my lyrical content is endless.

IAA: What makes you stand out from other artist ?
SIR UNDERGROUND:  What makes me stand out from other artist is my confidence. I also stand out because I don’t rap about the same subject manner that other artist from my area rap about.  I speak on what I endure and what I see in the world. I’m original, while others are clones of their favorite artists.

IAA: What are some upcoming projects, you are currently working on?
SIR UNDERGROUND:  At the moment, I am working on my current mix tape The Regular Show, that features Jimi Starr AKA Big Stinga, Baby Sqwirl, and several others. I’ve Recently got in touch with Kirko Bangz, and we are going to start working on a project in the near future.  Two other mix tapes you can look forward too are Adventure Time and Under Hendrix. All of these projects are works in progress. They will be classics.

IAA: What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
SIR UNDERGROUND: My career goal is to be a multi-platinum artist, and to work with some of the best underground artists. In ten years I will be able to provide for my family they way I want to. I can see my kids running around in a room as big as the apartment that I live in now. I can see my being very humble and accomplished.

IAA:  How can your fans access your music and contact you?
SIR UNDERGROUND: If you ever find yourself looking for me on the internet you can find me on:






I’m always willing to work with new artist so please feel free to contact me if you want to collaborate.







  1. joeskiii says:

    I see u boii

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