DESLOC PICCALO (RE POST)

Posted by da Front Porch on Thursday, September 22, 2016

Desloc Piccalo is da Stick King Viber ya know! His game is right in his hometown of Overtown - Miami, FL.  He believes the game effected the hood when people had to move out of town, and in those towns, people went and tried to steal it. He peeped their whole move. 

Desloc Piccalo was asked if he had the opportunity to do anything besides music, what would he do and he replied, “Music.”Part-owner, Ghetto, keeps the everyday operations together with his teammate Piccalo. Piccalo made it clear that the people who get money and can’t back home to their hood never really were home before they left.

If you ask Piccalo what a pu**y ni**a is, he’s gonna say, “a Pu**y Ni**a is something that you do not want to be, a flaw nig*a, a fu@k nig*a that do ho sh*t, bit*h nig*a sh*t… a pu**y ni**a is the flawest ni**a in the world, he’ll leave his homeboys stranded, he fight hoes only, he a snitch, he’ll steal from somebody trying to feed him…he just a pu**y ni**a.

During the ride in Overtown, Miami rapper JT Money the bitchizerr called in and showed love. The list of Miami artists that Piccalo has collaborated with isastronomical. Piccalo’s music is definitely being appreciated from the kids to adults.Just check the amount of homemade YouTube videos with Piccalo’s music. Keep in mind, Piccalo does not curse in his music.

Mr. Towner 4 Life a.k.a. Desloc Piccalo admits that he gets motivated to do music when he comes to the hood – to elevate the crib – from being around goons and guns. Every block Piccalo turns up switches into an immediate party. He said, “You can’t be real today, flaw tomorrow and real the next day.” A few seconds later we pulled up to a couple of his homeboys. They had a bottle in the trunk bangin’ Piccalo’s “Vibin (In My Zone).” 

His track “Picture on a T-Shirt” means the most to him, this was his first song to get on B.E.T. that put him on when he was a jitterbug running with Pitbull. The animated rapper went on to say he wants to do other types of music with Musiq, R. Kelly, and Lauryn Hill and that with that money he’s gonna feed the people that need to be fed.

“The strong take strong too,” was a line Piccalo was talking about when it comes to people dying. He said Overtown really raised him to do smart shit instead of dumb shit. He chose to be a sponge as an only child from his mom and as a father he can’t leave dude (his son) but he (Piccalo) is making choices that benefit his shorty (son).

His message is to brush certain shit off. He wants everybody to know that he had fun while he was here and wants you to have fun when he is gone.

“Lock N Grind Entertainment is a machine. The machine is on!”

Desloc Piccalo is also really into art, which is unknown to many. We took a stop at a wall of graffiti with dolphins, a skeleton, “MIAMI” and more – straight pure street art. He made it known that the art convention uses this hip-hop vibin’ wall of art as well. At the end of the day, he loves love; he respects being real, loves to have fun and is bout his business.


Tags: desloc piccalo  stick and roll  miami  style  overtown 

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