A two part interview with Harlem producer Dame Grease running down his resume, track placements, and ability to stay relevant in a quickly changing industry. He also makes a point of declaring that he plays all his own instruments and does not utilize ghost producers or "apprentices".
Producer Dame Grease tells the tale of how he and the LOX decided to make "We’ll Always Love Big Poppa".
Producer Dame Grease tells his preference for hardware equipment, but still likes to use everything ranging from the Akai MPC 2000 & 3000, Fruity Loops, GarageBand, and Reason. Later on he offers a beat critique and advises producers to keep in mind that a vocalist will eventually need to be heard over a track.
Producer Dame Grease sets the record straight about false rumors of having beef with Swizz Beatz, being truthful, and nature of controversy.