On finding inspiration:
“A lot of the time, I just get on the train and ride through the Bronx. You never know what you’re gonna get.
Walk around the streets of New York. And also, just spend time in the studio. A nice, clean studio.
I always go into my record collection and study it for how the industry was…even in the 50’s and 60’s… Bobby Sherman and his whole craze…and compare it to today… and of course listen to the new sounds in the industry”.
On passed opportunities:
“I wish I could have been a part of Jay-Z’s “Reasonable Doubt”. I was supposed to get him some beats for it, but was just so busy at the time.”
On his favorite collab:
“The most recent one with Cormega, Action Bronson, Roc Marciano and Saigon called M.A.R.S. from my last project Professor @ Large”.
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