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Why this name?
Thats the lifestyle. The name pretty much speaks for itself.
How, do you think, does the internet (or mp3) change the music industry?
The internet is great because it serves as the perfect medium between rappers and producers. Not only does it make communication easier but it also acts as a great domain for artists and producers like myself to display our talents and capabilities to labels, industry execs, A&R's etc., all while making our work easily accessible.
Would you sign a record contract with a major label?
This one is almost out of the question. As an up and coming producer, the ultimate goal is to be able to present your music to the broadest audience possible and what better way to do that then to sign as an in-house producer to a major label?! By signing a record deal with a major, the biggest thing that is achieved is opportunity; even if things don't work out right away there will always be industry connects with artists and people behind the scenes that will help in the grand scheme of things. Most importantly, a label gives you a great team to build with and support you, easing the stress of handling both the music side and the business side of the industry.
Everything. As far as production, I'm a fan of producers such as but not limited to Kanye West, J.U.S.T.I.C.E League , Clams Casino, J Dilla, Lex Luger, Harry Fraud, Just Blaze...the list could go on and on. In terms of rappers I generally listen to Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar (really all of Black Hippy), J. Cole, Andre 3000, Big Krit, Wiz, Currensy, Jay-z...again I'll be typing forever if I went into full detail. But, I stated all of that to say this: I draw influence from everything. I'll listen to just about any type of music (excluding maybe Rock and Country lol) to put me in a different zone when approaching my craft but it doesn't stop there. I try to incorporate things from all aspects of life whether I read it in a magazine or found it on the History Channel into my approach when working on production. Moreover, I think this is noticed in the style of music that comes out of it.
Coney Island in Detroit, MI. I love my city first and foremost so if you haven't been you need to come here...don't base your decisions off the media. But, once you get here walk up to anybody and ask where the nearest Coney Island is (I'm 100% serious). Not really big on any one in particular but my favorite selections gotta be chili cheese fries, the chicken pita, and oh yea...nothing beats gettin breakfast at 3am then turnin right back around the next day and gettin it again at 3pm. Dope!