The Arsonist’s Q-Unique on Group’s New Album Release, Support for Underground Hip-Hop

StayUp.News editor-in-chief Roberto E. Alejandro recently sat down for a phone conversation with The Arsonist’s Q-Unique, to discuss the group’s new double release, consisting of a re-release of their 1999 classic As the World Burns, and a second full-length disk made up of previously unreleased songs and brand new material, titled Lost in the Fire. In our discussion, Q details his background growing up in Brooklyn and the Bronx, why it was time for The Arsonists to reunite, as well as touching on the state of support for underground Hip-Hop.

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Correction: in our interview, we cite February 9, 2017 as the release date for the double release. It has since been changed to February 16.

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