Producer Interviews

Just Blaze Talks Master of The Mix, DJ’ing Styles

Boombox TV interviews Just Blaze the difference between DJ’ing a concert performance and a party, casting for Master of The Mix, working on Detox, and other upcoming projects. Just Blaze’s advice for up and coming producers, start DJ’ing.

DJ Premier Says Real DJ’s Own At Least 1K Records

DJ premier appears with DJ P to talk about real DJ’s, Serato, and more. Primo offers honest opinion about what constitutes a proper set and even a minimum record limit for “real” DJ’s. “If you don’t own at least a thousand records, you’re not a DJ for real.” “The more we get nice on Serato, … Read more

Kev Brown On The Making Of Alexander Green Project

Kev Brown, the low key MPC master, talks about his latest project The Alexander Green Project, the influence of Al Green and The RZA, and departing from his traditional production style. “Most of the time people are sampling classics and don’t even know that what they’re sampling is a classic.”  

D.R. Period Selling $100 Beats

D.R. Period aka Mr. Rockboy delivers his EPK in which he talks about his deep musical history that includes personal training from Stick Evans, beat boxing, DJ’ing, MC’ing, and Producing.

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Terrace Martin On Wiz Khalifa, Producers, Backing Up

Producer Terrace Martin talks about working with Wiz Khalifa and Kendrick Lamar along with the importance of hard work, ingenuity, and remaining humble in the face of success. He also the difference between being a beat and producer and why he refuses to send beats to artists. Important Lesson:Yes, Terrace Martin also lost an enormous … Read more

Needlz On Working w/ Bruno Mars and 50 Cent

TI50 interviewed Needlz as the producer discussed his move working with G-Unit, Lupe Fiasco, Young Jeezy, Bruno Mars, Ludacris, and more. Needlz also offers his views on pop music in Hip-Hop, the importance of developing his own artists, and his advice to new producers

Pete Rock Talks Marley Marl, Heavy D, Notorious B.I.G.

Producers Pete Rock, Sean C, and LV catch up on Grind Music radio to talk about how the Pete accidentally started out on the radio and worked with Heavy D and Marley Marl at the age of 15. Pete Rock also touches briefly on the origins of the instrumental for The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Juicy” and … Read more