DJ Evil Dee and Crazy DJ Bazarro discuss DJ set preferences, positive vs. negative hip-hop, authenticity in music, and reasons for building new Beatminerz recording studio. Evil Dee and Bazarro also go on to talk about the current flood of artist mixtapes and ideas for future projects.
"I don’t play Auto-Tune tracks… so you know if you’ve got an Auto-Tune track, don’t even come this way. I play whatever’s dope… there’s some new hip hop that dope that people did not hear, so I try to make sure the public hears it." – DJ Evil Dee
"The problem I always had with gangster rap is that it’s easy to do." – Crazy DJ Bazarro
130 thoughts on “DJ Evil Dee x Crazy DJ Bazarro Interview : Mixtapes, Auto-Tune, Authenticity”
I LIKE EVIL D.I MET TEC FROM SMITH AND WESSON FROM (HIS CREW ) LIKE 10 YEARS AGO IN VA .HE WAS WITH METHOD MAN AND .I SAW TEC WHILE METHOD MAN WAS IN A STORE SURROUNDED BY HONEY’S.
TEC REMEMBERS THAT DAY lol I HOLLERED AT HIM ON MYSPACE BEFORE.JUST DON’T SEND YOUR BEAT CD’S TO THE BOOT CAMP CLICK. THEY’LL COME UP MISSING.BUT I AIN’T MAD.THEY STILL PUT OUT THAT REAL HIP HOP.
Any footage of the home studio?
The Quotes are straight.
I guess Auto-Tune could also be used for good Purposes instead of the T-Pain Voice though.
I mean i think Auto-Tune could sound pretty Dope on a Sample.
Never tried it, but been thinkin about it.
Bring all ya hate my way
Word, i think a lot of Gangster-Rappers been hidin behind they image & background. Rappers that are actin hard are gettin too easily respected even with little skillz on the Mic.
I know some of the biggest names in rap that are actually very average MC’s but be gettin mad popularity cause of they image, tats/cars/clothes/hoes.
Dj Evil Dee is dope – Bazarro is lame..
Is this guy still selling these
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