Terrace Martin ft. Problem & Mykestro - The Interview

Posted 8 years ago
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Terrace Martin
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When you love music as much as West Coast producer Terrace Martin does, then a decade worth of hard work is nothing. In fact, as time has gone by, this producer/saxophonist/television/film scorer/songwriter has done just that. After a stellar showing on Snoop Dogg’s Rhythm & Gangsta album, Martin goes for dolo with The Interview. Over a signature ‘Best Coast’ beat, Terrace and his featured guests, Problem and Mykestro, mark their introduction into the industry that they love so passionately. The only real “problem” with this interview, however, is that the trio of hip-hoppers only go in on a few bars, failing to allow themselves enough room to be creative and add something to the track. As the spotlight begins to shine brighter on Martin,  DJBooth looks forward to hearing more from this behind-the-scenes star.

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