"I didn’t choose trap, trap chose me."
From Ghostface Killah to Lil Wayne, Cool & Dre’s Beat Break is full of insight and memories.
“I just feel like the project is more mine.”
“A lot of people don’t know how to get out they own way. I had to get out my way to be successful.”
The New York-based production duo is preparing for their biggest excursion yet.
“I make music to trigger emotions.”
An interview with Dallas producer Kal Banx, who scored four production credits on Dreamville's 'Revenge of The Dreamers III.'
“Everybody’s always together. It just adds that extra layer of it being organic.”
Rapping over a soul sample is the equivalent of lacing up a pair of sneakers and stepping onto a city court; you better bring your A-game.
"Know your worth."
When I worked at Def Jam, I was the one not paying producers.
"It's still fucked up inside the system."
The multi-Platinum producer shares the story behind "Stargazing," "Tuesday," and more.
“This song is crazy because originally, it was done by Sounwave, Baby Keem, and Cardo.”
In the early 2000s, Kanye West, Just Blaze, and the Heatmakerz defined an era with their sped-up soul samples.