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Fly Interview: Hip-Hop Duo Audio Push Talks ‘The Stone Junction’ EP, Gun Violence, Style & more with SFPL TV

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Audio Push are the most respected duo in the music industry. If you don’t remember them, Audio first jumped on the scene with their mainstream hit single “Teach Me How To Jerk” back in 2009. Producing tracks for the likes of Brandy, Hit-Boy plus more, the fellas discussed their very own music The Stone Junction EP (out now). AP also touched on a few other subjects like the Grammys, making music for other artists, the San Bernardino terrorist attack and their close relation to one of the shooters, fashion, racism, gun violence and more.

Check out the full interview above.

Get more info on Audio at www.AudioPush.com.

By Gabriel Williams (@Gabriel_Will1)

Named as one of NY's top socialites, Gabriel Williams has definitely made a name for himself in today's entertainment industry. Running one of the most respected blogs on the web, featured in several blogs, magazines and on television networks, have interviewed some today's hottest talent, to consulting/branding/styling/creative direction for some of the best acts and brands in the business; and also offering his specialty in music, whether it's providing background vocals or songwriting - Gabriel knows his place in the rapture of all-things-entertainment, and he plays it very well. Praised to be a "mogul in the making", Gabriel is just that "IT" candidate for "All Things Fly"! He is what "Stuff Fly People Like"!

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