Crazy K Interview: Talks SEA Nomination, Working with Pastor Troy, and more

Crazy K Interview

Crazy K is making a name for himself in the south while his company, 1Famm Empire, has recently been nominated for Label of the Year at the Southern Entertainment Awards 2021 (@sea_awards). His street bangers “Pull Up” and  “No Cap Remix” (both featuring Pastor Troy) have gained him a substantial following on the internet. “No Cap” reached over 188,000 views independently across all social platforms. The Alabama rapper has opened the stage for Boosie and also appeared on a mixtape hosted by OJ da Juiceman.

Read the interview below and follow on Instagram: @Crazyk334 @CrazykGatorSlim and Twitter @Crazyk334


How did you get your start in music? 

It all started with wanting to be heard at the age of 11. My auntie’s boyfriend was a DJ so when she went to her boyfriend’s house I could go and record with his DJ equipment. 

You have a song with Pastor Troy. When did you record it and how did you link up with him? 

I actually have two songs with him. One I did in 2017 called “Pull Up Remix” and the “No Cap Remix” was in 2019. I reached out to him and he responded back. Then I paid Pastor Troy for a feature.

What makes you different from the other artists in your area?

I help create trends not follow them. I’m also very diverse. My sound and delivery makes me stand out no matter where I go.

Tell us what all you have going on musically right now. 

Honestly, just staying consistent, doing what I love to do which is music. I recently dropped an album titled “Crazy King”, a mixtape called “Alabama Lottery 6”, and a single titled “10:10”. I have my own clothing line as well. You can shop at I also have an upcoming show in Dothan, AL on December 26th at Club Epic Events. I’m dropping a new single called “Know Dat” at the beginning of next year 2021. 

You are nominated for Indie Label of the Year 2020. How were you able to grow your brand name?

Yes I was…and by staying consistent focusing on my craft.

Where would you like to see yourself a year from now?

Helping other great talents prosper while running my own Iabel with global talent of all genres.

What’s the ultimate vision for your long-term future? Have you thought about where music might lead you to? 

To get my clothing line off the ground, and invest in charity.

Is there anything else you’d like to mention or promote? 

Yes go check out my latest visual “Happy Tears.” You can connect with me on Twitter: @Crazyk334 Instagram: @Crazyk334 and visit my official website

Photo by: Jeremy Toliver

Words by: MsRivercity (@MsRivercity) is an internationally-published rap journalist / photographer and record promoter. She has spearheaded media campaigns for some of the biggest names in rap music including 2Chainz, Future, Lil Baby, Migos, and many more.