Nook Lauren Talks Life & Music Scene In Plainfield New Jersey, Getting Shot, Sampling “Beat It”

Nook Lauren “Off The Porch” Interview

We recently linked with New Jersey rapper Nook Lauren for an exclusive “Off The Porch” interview! During our sit down he talked about life in Plainfield New Jersey, the music scene there being divided, being the youngest of all his siblings, jumping off the porch when he was 13, getting shot in the back in 2020, starting to rap when he was 15, starting to take it serious when he was 17, his first breakthrough song, explains his creative process, having 2 sons, what being a father has taught him about life, explains what the number 4 stands for, recently signing with Liberty Music Group, sampling the Liberty Mutual commercial, the talent in Jersey being overlooked, sampling Michael Jackson’s “Beat It”, his new single “314”, new song “Liberty Made”, his upcoming project ‘Dying Breed’, lists his studio essentials, goals for his career, and much more!


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“Off The Porch” is Dirty Glove Bastard’s exclusive interview series where artists, producers, DJs & industry insiders are given a platform to tell their unfiltered story. Dirty Glove Bastard was created in 2007 to shine more light on the buzzing, regional music scenes in the South & Midwest.

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