EPK for the upcoming release of The Death of Adam from producer 88-Keys due out on November 11th. Featuring cameos and comments from Q-Tip, Just Blaze, Shitake Monkey, Bilal, John Legend…
Producer 88-Keys shows us some behind the scenes action action at a photoshoot for URB Magazine. Definitely looking forward to The Death of Adam on November 11th.
What can we say… "The Fresh Rhyme & Videotape Anthem" combined with some great tour footage with 88 Keys, Alchemist, Dilated Peoples, Aceyalone. [via OKP]
Mock news clip featuring producers 88 Keys and The Abstract prepping for the October 28th release of The Death of Adam.
Another interview with 88 Keys… this time he talks about his musical influences, the recording of his beat for "Thieves In The Night" , and the importance of having the respect of other producers. Also mentioned is Kanye’s involvement in the release of The Death of Adam and working with various artists on the album. … Read more
Producer 88 Keys gives a quick rundown of his production resume, rhyming on The Death of Adam, and production. He also gives a critique on the Cool Kids production and advice for mc’s looking to attain better beats. It’s a 2 part interview so hit the link for more. Respect to Kaos Effect
Nothing too deep here… 88 Keys talks about appearing on the Fresh Rhymes and Videotape Tour, releasing The Death of Adam, and making collaborative tracks on the road. "We have some equipment on the bus. I brought my MPC 3000 (the "Raw Dawg"), The Alcemist brought his portable turntable and MPC 2500. Aceyalone brought his … Read more
Daily Fix quickly touches on the upcoming release of 88 Key’s "The Death of Adam" and Kanye West’s role in "reproducing" the album. [via OP]
Dork Magazine presents an interview with 88 Keys as he tells of breaking into the music business, inspiring producers, getting paid $700 for his first project, and becoming involved with the Black Star album. He also goes on to discuss his first production setup (Akai S950 w/ keyboard), discovering the Akai MPC 3000 while interning … Read more
Producers Illmind, 88 Keys, and Oddisee unite onstage for a collaborative performance at Beat Society. It’s always great to see collaborative performances, especially when it involves producers of such a high caliber as these three.