Q-Tip, of the legendary group A Tribe Called Quest, called into Shade 45's "All Out Show" yesterday for their Throwback Thursday segment featuring the album "Low End Theory". Q-Tip spoke to Rude Jude and Lord Sear about his approach to the classic album including him wanting it to compete with Dr. Dre's work with NWA at the time. He also spoke about Phife being involved with the creation of the album more due to him coming to the studio more during that time. He also spoke about how that very song was produced by Pete Rock and how essentially, he wanted himself, Pete Rock, and Large Professor to collaborate under the name of 'The Beat Men" but Pete wasn't necessarily feeling it. Lastly, he also named some of his favorite tracks from the album and how he doesn't listen to his own music leisurely, and how he would sympathize with J.Dilla about wanting to critique beats after songs were complete.
Rah Digga breaks down the situation with Flipmode and how the Label and solo projects made it difficult to stay together.
Produced by Kanye West. It's a sexy remix to Starshell's track Superluva. Features Kanye West and Big Sean. The guitar solo at the end is SICK!
J-Love feat. AG Da Coroner, Rasheed Chappell, Maffew Ragazino, Prince Original, Tahmell & Camiliano – Pharmacy Express [Video]
So this song is called, Day One: A Song About Nothing. Off of the album, Never Thought I'd Be Standing Here With 3 Chains On. coming never.
— Mac Miller (@MacMiller) June 9, 2012
Off Meek's "Dreamchasers 2" mixtape.
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Young Jack Thriller recently spoke with Happy Perez for an exclusive interview. He talks about being in the game so long, producers he looks up to as a producer, who has produced for, making big checks & much more!