Spank, the group’s most vocal member, is extremely personable, while Zay Zay’s charm is evident upon first glance. As is the case with his music, Poke combines Spank’s spunk with Zay’s savvy. As a unit, LAX draws from such disparate influences as The Notorious B.I.G., 2 pac, busta ryhmes, jadakiss, faboulous, and many more of the real rap artist, helping create music that covers a variety of sounds and styles. LAX (short for LA International and also the slang name for Los Angeles International Airport) honed their skills by playing numerous live shows throughout Southern California and Nevada.
, Spank B, Poke and Zay Zay all worked on sharpening their lyrical skills and enhancing their lively stage show under the guidance of managers “We felt like we had different elements that could make a super group,” Spank B says. “We all Spit in a different way and have different styles.” And even though LAX flexes its West Coast musical heritage the group makes a point to deliver diverse and wide-ranging music. “You can’t expect to make a big impact on the youth and in the world just staying regional,” Spank B says. “If you’re repping the West Coast and making music strictly for the West Coast, then that’s all that’s going to feel you and that’s not what we’re trying to do.
With a sound that is universal and a fan base that’s worldwide.” And it all starts with -- and at -- LAX. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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