88 Keys talks about his start selling records with John Carraro to producers such as Q-Tip and Pete Rock, working on the ASR-10 and MPC 3000 sampler/sequencer, and interning at The Music Palace studios. He also runs down a list of his favorite productions including works with Mos Def, Black Star, J-Live, Macy Gray, and Musiq Soulchild.
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The host is sorta in 88’s space isn’t here?
You can tell he’s been haniging out with Kanye with that ‘interesting’ sweater he’s wearing lol Shame he doesnt make beats like he used to anyway…
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