Producer No I.D. lists his all-time favorite producers (DJ Premier, Dr. Dre, RZA), the concept of truly loving music, defining sounds and their eras, scoring movies, and remaining a student of production.
He also touches on his opinion of producer beattapes and discusses his philosophy behind personally working with an artists to craft a personalized and complete project.
Other topics include Kanye, Jay Z, 808’s & Heartbreak, plus up and coming Chicago artists.
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No Id should adopt me, dude is the realest! I will goto taco bell for him and clean his records part-time…
Where is my comment from yesterday?
Was originally caught in the comment spam filter…
I wonder what No I.D. today sounds like.
I only know him from his Com’s stuff and i have his Black Album on vinyl which is a Dope record.
The last beats i know from No I.D. are the Succes beat from American Gangster and the already 7 year old All Around The World song which was on Jay-Zs – Blueprint 2.
Thats 1 of my fav Jay-Z songs.
The All Around The World reminded me of Kanye.
I guess they where working together already in 2002.
Oh shit, off course they where working together in 2002.
I forgot all about No I.D. being Kanye’s mentor before he blew up.
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