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And, I mean, yeah, I agree that the rhymes, like you said, it definitely was not Rakim – it wasn’t even close. I wasn’t even really rhyming much then; I just loved the game.
Yet, on some level there’s a way I think you can feel a little bit of the love of just what I’m doing [through that song]. I was caught up in [my Hip Hop club night], Balistyx.
, David can be seen sucking on a tailpipe, shoving a shotgun into his mouth, leaping out a window (from the first floor) or climbing into an oven (yes, climbing in) before failing to even succeed at suicide and thus having to force himself into another day’s disturbing events alongside his co-star-ver (and real life pal) Corin Nemec, better known to anyone who has ever owned a flowery rayon shirt and inexplicably broken into the electric slide with random strangers as Parker Lewis from one of the defining teen shows of the early-‘90s, -esque series of exaggerated escapades (interspersed with an inordinate amount of Faustino’s bare ass), loosely based on their very real struggles over the years in Hollyweird, was sadly never picked up by HBO, Showtime or any other network that could have fleshed out the show’s clever concept (and maybe matured-up some of its more immature poop humor), brought it to a bigger audience to become a rightful hit and thus returned the name David Faustino to the ranks of celebrities not wanting to even fictionally put a pistol to their temple. [Laughs] DX: [Laughs] That scene in season six where you rhyme for one of your female acquaintances using the telephone as a mock mic came across to the viewer as a little awkward.
The now 38-year-old little big man spoke to DX in part to promote both his return to the Rap game – via his label, Old Scratch Records, and its lead artist, Portland native Patience Price – as well as his return to recognition on television as the voice of the animated fire-bender Mako on Nickelodeon’s surprising sci-fi hit, . You know how when you’re a teenager everything pisses you off, you’re like ready to fight and shit? It just means that people liked the character, and people still love the character. I mean, anytime a writer – What I should have done was just wrote the shit myself but I didn’t.And along with TBS reruns currently introducing a whole new generation to TV’s first dysfunctional family (as well as the tragically overlooked ensemble who portrayed their over-the-top personas brilliantly in what was essentially a live-action cartoon), David is poised for that long-overdue comeback. [Laughs] So when people used to call me Bud and Grandmaster B I used to get mad, ‘cause I didn’t get that they just said it ‘cause they loved me. DX: I gotta ask, the world wants to know, do you still got that Starter jacket? But anytime a writer of a TV show is gonna try to write a rhyme for you, you know it’s not gonna be that dope. And if I was to do it again I just would have written it myself.But before he can truly begin anew, there’s some old business to take care of. [Laughs] David Faustino: Ah, fuck, that Starter jacket. I would have just said, “Yo, let me write the rhyme part myself.” They probably would have said no though.Hip Hop DX: You know we gotta do the intro right for this thing, so … But that was a little bit of a collaboration, just in that they knew how much of a Hip Hop head I was. ” They didn’t really understand it that much but they found a way to kind of poke fun at it and [Grandmaster B] was their attempt. They would find ways to poke fun at our little things that we did in real life. But I had to school the kids who didn’t know what was up and I had to take ‘em back a little bit.