Ron Browz explains how and why he began using Auto-Tune in the creation of Pop Champagne, licensing agreements, and using MySpace for market testing.
While it’s slightly interesting to hear about the licensing agreement for Pop Champagne, try not to let your brain bleed while listening to this one. The segment concerning Auto-Tune is equivalent to watching footage of grade school children brag about cheating off of the smart kid in class.
22 thoughts on “Ron Browz Interview Auto-Tune + Pop Champagne Licensing”
dude went from Ether and Last Real Nigga Alive to Pop Champagne…damn
he’s right, that song is a joke
guys spraying champaign on each other WOW, but hey if thats what works 4 u.
LMAO why even put this wack shit up
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