Of all the artists in this spotlight, Fardaad’s
segue into hip-hop makes the least sense. The Suffolk Law student
started recording only three years ago, with one mic hooked up to his
home computer, and he’s yet to put together a MySpace or Facebook
profile, let alone a mixtape. “I’ve always been rapping, though,” says
the Iranian-born MC who raps in both English and Farsi.