As stated in the video’s description, Feral the Earthworm has made loads of content for social media, but he has never done a true and proper music video. With the help of directing duo Buddy Lewis and Car Molstad, his trusty van, and a little costuming magic, Crust Rapper was blessed with a memorable and entertaining video reminiscent of a time in hip-hop where creativity thrived and resonated on uncharted levels, which really allowed individual skills and characteristics to shine. Feral is certainly a forward thinking individual, and it’s nice to see him expand his creative realms into both the familiar and unfamiliar, as he continues to be an inspiration to all of us. Check out the video, leave a like and a comment, and share it around so others can get in on the action!
A couple of years back, Feral the Earthworm did what many of us artists wish we could, and even added his own twist : he quit his job, terminated his lease, turned a van into a mobile living space and recording studio, and promptly hit the road. Feral toured all over the states, continued to make music, and essentially has been living his dream to the fullest. In celebration of this, he recently connected with Buddy Lewis & Car Molstad, and over a Flobama beat, he and the crew set out to the forests of China Grade to record a performance of Do What I Love, an appropriate song for the situation. The finished product is dope, and the visuals match the beauty of their surroundings, so go ahead and check it out, leave a like and a comment, and spread it around to your friends.
Protextor already did us a solid by being a co-creator of the Baby Lion YouTube channel, as well as the creator of the awesome show that is Rappers Playing Games (RPG), but he’s done us one better by creating a running Spotify playlist featuring the music of all guests that have graced the show thus far. Feral the Earthworm, Chucky Blk, myself, MC Homeless, MoneyNetwork, Born Soul and even Protextor himself appears on this wonderful playlist, so check it out asap, and spread it around so others can do the same!
The recent emergence of the Austin-based Baby Lion production company has been the catalyst for a handful of new programs and outlets for creative types looking to diversify their content output. One of the collective members, rapper/actor/filmmaker Protextor, found a way to merge a few of his loves into the show Rappers Playing Games. With the help of Game Over Videogames and Mopac Media, and a different guest from the deep pool of Austin-based hip-hop talent for each episode, Protextor sits down for a game and some casual talk. For episode one, Feral the Earthworm stopped by for a round of Earthworm Jim on the Sega Genesis. The inaugural episode serves mostly as a proof of concept, but according to Protextor and Baby Lion, big ideas and plans are on the way for the series, so definitely stay tuned.
If you’ve ever been in need of true inspiration, Austin-based MC Feral The Earthworm is someone you need to look into. He started off on the scene as a standout among the many wonderful MCs that frequent Austin Mic Exchange, and he was as brutally honest as he was talented. You knew right from the beginning that he had a vision, and to see this vision manifest has been incredible.
After a DIY tour with Weird City, Feral began the process of eliminating bills and rent from his life in an effort to maximize doing what he loved, which was making music and performing shows. What began as an idea has turned into his Vanarchy album and his Vanlife movement… he turned an empty van into a living space and a recording studio, and went straight to work on releasing the Vanarchy project:
If this doesn’t inspire you to chase your dreams and say f-ck it to any obstacle in your way, I don’t know what will. Mad props to Feral the Earthworm, and here’s to all of the well-deserved success that will hopefully come your way.
There really aren’t any Austin wordsmiths out there quite like Feral the Earthworm. From his first days at Austin Mic Exchange, this fellow has approached hip-hop with such a fierce dedication to wordplay and honesty that it can be downright moving to witness. Unit – E finds Feral letting it all hang out.. recounting moments of the past few years that have shaped him into the man he is today. Definitely worth your time.
Legendary MC RA the Rugged Man is currently holding a nationwide contest he’s labelled Definition Of A Rap Flow. MC’s are supposed to either submit an audio track or a video over Rugged Man’s Definition of a Rap Flow instrumental, or any other instrumental in his catalog. Austin AMX mainstay Feral the Earthworm has thrown his hat in the ring, and here’s his submission… dig it: