- Words Notion Staff
Musical collective AG Club chat about their musical firsts, from getting starstruck to facing obstacles to bucket list goals.
AG Club have been busy putting themselves at the forefront of the culture these past few years. The wide-ranging collective, which is toplined by core members Jody Fontaine and Baby Boy, have walked an intriguing line between embracing contemporary hip-hop stardom and seeking inspiration in what has come before, creating a vibe which is entirely their own.
A key tenet of their mission is collaboration, and they’ve put that into action working with big names like A$AP Ferg and NLE Choppa, as well as establishing their own in-house content teams and fashion brands – it’s about something bigger than just bringing their internal vision to life.
The latest chapter of AG Club’s journey has come with the anthemic new summer tune “True Religion”, which they’ll be taking out on tour in European spots like the Wireless Festival in the UK and Paradiso Noord in Amsterdam. They’re about to bring their tunes to a bigger audience than ever, so we sat down with Jody and Baby Boy to hear about their musical firsts, from first CDs to first obstacles and beyond.
First song you ever made?
First song you released officially?
AG Club – “flowerssss”
First CD or record you owned?
Jody: The Jackson 5 Christmas Album
Baby Boy: Michael Buble (Michael Buble)
First time you realised you wanted to be an artist?
First festival you went to and the first one you played at?
First time you faced an obstacle in your career?
First time you felt starstruck?