"He was just like, 'You won’t have any problems out of me dog, you from Richmond.'"
"It took me like a month or so to ease that down to a certain amount."
“People show up because they respect him.”
"At the end of the day, the feeling and emotion of the record is most important."
Talk about a butterfly effect.
Brown reveals that the decision to spend $70,000 to clear samples for 2016's 'Atrocity Exhibition' put him in debt.
Sorry, Damon, you're wrong.
Maybe they randomly heard the song and subconsciously replayed it? Maybe I’m delusional?
Sample clearance strikes again!
"We benefited off his negotiating in 1998."
Calling your fanbase "stupid motherfuckers" probably isn't the best way to show your appreciation for their loyalty and patience.
From Kendrick to Drake to Anderson .Paak, your favorite artists are sampling Hiatus Kaiyote's brand of soul.
The "Bad & Boujee" co-producer just earned his first No. 1 and he's primed for repeat success.
Sometimes you cannot recreate the soul or an original sample.
We connected with a 25 year industry veteran, who has worked with Drake, Kendrick and more, to break down the business of clearing a sample.
I challenged EOM to flip a Glass Animals sample and he delivered a truly dope beat.
There has been one constant in hip-hop over the past four decades: "Long Red."
Sh*t, that’s it!