In part two of our sit-down with Apollo Brown he talks about how he picked his name, how he got into beat battles and whether finding samples online is considered
Pretty much what the title says. While Apollo Brown was in town for his Fat Beats in-store we caught up with him for a really dope interview. In this first
In the next segment from Nodfactor's interview with Ayatollah he discusses the making of the classic "Ms. Fat Booty" record.
Be sure to check out Nodfactor's Q&A with Extra P (spotted
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Queens producer Ayatollah talks about his early days DJing and producing, Marley Marl giving him his first MPC and wanting to meet soul legend Aretha Franklin (Happy Birthday to the
Video from 9th Wonder's class at Duke university "Sampling Soul" when they dug into Illmatic.
Interview by Jerry L. Barrow
From sample to fully constructed beat, producer 88-Keys runs through a collection of vinyl then begins chopping on his trusty Akai MPC3000, which he’s owned since age 15.
The Copyright Criminals documentary debuted on PBS last night and the folks at Rap Radar have posted the segments on their site. You can watch them I found this sampling