Ask anyone about our city's burgeoning hip-hop scene, and Hong Kong based rapper and music producer Dough-boy is the name on everyone's lips. Since he started producing music for himself three years ago, the rapper has already warmed up for respectable acts such as Denzel Curry, Higher Brothers and more, as well as collaborated with popular artists such as MC Jin, Jackson Wang, Masiwei of HigherBrothers, and Justin Lo. Dough-boy's name is so well-known in Asia's hip-hop scene, he was even chosen as the only local act to perform at our city's first ever hip-hop festival, Rolling Loud Hong Kong (before it was cancelled, that is).
While Rolling Loud is unfortunately no longer happening, we sat down with the artist to pick his brain about our city's music scene, teaching the notorious rapper Bhad Bhabie (a.k.a. the 'Cash Me Ousside' girl from Dr. Phil) important Cantonese slang, and his upcoming music projects.