As Producers Week comes to a close, I wanted to present you guys with something big.
I gathered some popular questions that many aspiring producers have, and sent them to a group of producers: some who are currently on their way up & others whose work you’re all very familiar with.
If you’ve ever wondered how producers’ answers differed when asked the same questions; now you’ll know.
These producers have too many hits to list, so for more information on each, I’ve included a link to each of their websites below each of their names.
Last week, I asked you guys to submit your questions for Midi Mafia.
I collected all the questions from the blog comments, Twitter & Facebook, and compiled a list of 21 questions for them.
Midi Mafia’s Dirty Swift, responds to your questions below:
Tha Bizness: Henny & Dow Jones
Producers, Henny & Dow Jones, better known as, Tha Bizness, have been making a lot of noise recently – namely, for their production of Young Jeezy‘s smash hit, “My President (Is Black)“, and Young Money‘s debut single, “Every Girl“.
As producers whose work is quickly taking over your iPod’s storage space, I asked them to share some insight for Producers Week.
"Who's Your A&R? A mountain climber who plays an electric guitar?" - GZA
In the video below, producer, Isaac “Ike Dirty” Hayes III, discusses the current state of A&Rs and the need for record labels to recruit A&Rs with a musical background.
"The greatest achievements were at first and for a time dreams." - James Allen
Last night was a truly historic evening.
Most of us were overcome with so much emotion, it was and still is difficult to express our sentiments with words.
I recently discussed what Barack Obama represents for many of us; that he provides proof of the idea that we can do anything.
Although my post was quite brief, it inspired some great conversations with some friends, so I thought I’d delve a little further into the topic.
This has nothing to do with politics.
This is about having dreams, keeping faith and accomplishing goals.