Selections from Scott Bejda's interview with Lord Infamous from the latest Murderdog (Vol.5 #1). Dude asks him if he was nervous the first time he performed as a 9 yr old, Infamous says "yes". Actually, he says a lot of shit (no help from Bejda), like inadvertently (or maybe advertently?) revealing what went wrong with Three 6. Yall got your grammy, now get back with the dark arts:
I switched up my style because Paul use to always tell me, “You need to simplify your style because some brothers don’t read the stuff you read, and they are not into the dark arts like you are.” I tried to simplify, but it wan’t my fault that people weren’t educated or into the things that I was into. I was diluting my own style and I had to stop doing that. I felt that unless you put them up on some knowledge then they won’t be on no knowledge… …I love cats like Spice 1, MC Eiht, WC and DOC. They got that sick flow. I also like the dark rappers like Gangsta Nip, Point Blank and K-Rino. I have always been on the wicked side of things. I call it the dark art…We live in a world of turmoil. This is Satan’s Realm. This is not God’s realm at all. I try not to love things of this world because if you’re a worldly man then you’re not a godly man. That is why I don’t glamorize the bling. I only have one song about that and it’s a mockery of ice. I’m talking about robbing the rappers who support that shit… …I’m not one of them cats who will just hop on a record and wear all this jewelry because I don’t do that. I don’t drive no big fancy-ass car. I roll with my girl because they took my license a long time ago, and I don’t drive Bentleys either! The money that is spent on a Bentley can feed many children. What would you spend 100-200 grand on? When I get a check like that I give some of it to my mom. I might take my girl out, pay bills and I just try to survive…Do you think you will ever be in Three 6 again? I’m always Three 6 Mafia. I am one of the founders of the group. I am the one who came up with the name “Triple Six Mafia”; a lot of people may not know that. I created that name. Me and Paul grew together and one of the first places we ever did song was in church. How old were you? Were you nervous? I was only 10 years old. I was nervous as hell. We did “Amazing Grace”.