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Noxious of AZ / Press

“Rap's New Generation: "How did you decide to become an artist?" Noxious of AZ: "Expression is life and life is expressed in a naturally artistic way; we spend most of our individual lives trying to shine that special light within us that makes us who we are amongst people in reciprocation of that which we see shined upon us from other beings…I’m just trying to shine." Interview courtesy of www.RapBeats.net”

"World this is Noxious of AZ. He’s nothing like you… according to his music. We would have to agree. His attitude is #ZeroFucksGiven his music is a chopper flow with a sadistic twist. With a beard that rivals most Viking’s and Contacts that make him look something like a serial killer. His music is far from the norm and his live performance is the same. Come see why Noxious is one of the many faces of New AZ. Live Feb 28th at Joes Grotto."

“Noxious of AZ, was terrifically awesome...individualized and unique at the same time, those two railed off word after word, lyric after lyric, chorus after chorus. Another entity that made me want to bounce. Moving around on stage, with seemingly important purpose, they took over the stage and the audience. Creating a tone of non-frivality they certainly understood their calling. To express themselves with a vocal and beat pairing that unequivocally surpassed the prior two acts. You certainly have started the process of proving me wrong in regards to hip hop. Being local in addition to having a great presence on stage is a big gold star with me.”

“IAA: 'What makes you stand out from other artists?' NOXIOUS OF AZ: 'My mission makes me stand out among other artists as I am in the game for reasons beyond possessions and monetary gain. I stand for my purpose: making music; opening minds. It is purpose that drives one’s will, and without it, one will fall for any enticement.'”