Can Nas Pick Beats? Salaam Remi Answers Once & For All
JLBarrow • January 03, 2017 • No Comments Grammy Award winning producer Salaam Remi sat down with VLADTV to talk about his recording relationship with Nas. The two collaborated on classics like "Made

Producers Discuss Making Mack Wilds “New York: A Love Story” [VIDEO]
JLBarrow • September 30, 2013 • No Comments

Celebrated New York City beat architects DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Havoc and Grammy-Nominated producer SalaAM ReMi discuss the making of New York: A Love Story.

Wyclef Compares Young Chop To Salaam Remi [VIDEO]
JLBarrow • May 06, 2013 • No Comments

Wyclef Jean takes us into SoundScape studios in Chicago while he was recording "Hope & Pray" and  "Ban Bang Bang" with producer Young Chop of

Top 10 Nas & Salaam Remi Collaborations
JLBarrow • August 01, 2012 • No Comments

Large Professor. LES. DJ Premier.  NO ID. Salaam Remi. Which producer has had the biggest impact on Nas' career? Our peoples at HipHopWired have collected

Nas, “The Don” Produced By Salaam Remi, Heavy D & The Interns
JLBarrow • March 15, 2012 • No Comments

"Though he's gone on to another chapter/ Heavy D gave this beat to Salaam for me to rap to..."

Salaam Remi Shares Stories From Amy Winehouse’s ‘Lioness: Hidden Treasures’
JLBarrow • December 06, 2011 • No Comments

“Halftime” The title is really just about halftime as far as musically speaking, like when you’re playing something fast and you break it down halftime, time

Salaam Remi On Meeting Amy Winehouse [VIDEO]
JLBarrow • July 24, 2011 • No Comments

Give Amy Winehouse A Break (R.I.P.)
JLBarrow • July 23, 2011 • No Comments

"Cherry," not only featured a flip of the guitars from "The Girl From Ipanema" but those unmistakeable drums from Tribe's "Push It Along" come courtesy

Nas, “Nasty” [Produced By Salaam Remi]
JLBarrow • June 14, 2011 • No Comments

"Since The Tunnel and Skate Key my jewelry in HD"- Nas

Salaam Remi Speaks On The Creation Of Nas’s “Made You Look”
Christopher B. • September 01, 2010 • No Comments

In one of the more interesting Grind Music Radio clips, Salaam Remi breaks down the inspiration