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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Live From New York

You Know The Deal About Hip Hop
There are Two Sides Of It
The Real And The Phony
From The Realest Side Here Comes Mr Live.


Mr Live Is Not Your Average Mc 
He Is A True Battle Cat From The Dirty Streets Of Fort Green 
From his experience in Hip Hop Acts Like Balcrayn and E & J To Becoming A Solo Mc 
From Being "Signed" On Bobbito Legendary Fondle'Em Label To His Beef With J-Live 
Mr Live Tells It All

You Got To Cop His Last Year Album
The Bang Theory

Plus You're Lucky enough To Get Your Hands
Two 
Unreleased-Never-Heard-Before-Too-Hot-To Handle Tracks
From The Forthcoming Project Untitled Vertigo
Featuring Mike Ladd, Pacewon,Tes, Insight, L.i.f.e Long Buck 65
And Many More
All Tracks Produced By The Defenders
The French Producer You Don't Want To Fuck With

Baby


And

Oh No



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How did you work on the beats of the album, how did you select them, did you ask for a producer to work on a type of sound…?

Well, we work on. We make joints like at least every other week. I’ve got a group of four-five producers that I work with and that’s my homies…There’s Ste-lo who did a lot of work with C-Rayz Walz, a couple of joints with El-P, Cannibal Ox and stuff like that,

Ves who I was working with back in the days,

my man Big Trap who did “Crossroads” and “Step it up”.


Each of these dudes kinda has a different feeling.
Earl (blaize)’s sound is the queen of sounds, kinda futuristic.When I need an underground joint, I might mess with Ste-lo or Trap. When I want a really kinda 95 feeling, I mess with Ves. I’m a underground MC at hard beat, so I love the dirty 95 underground grimy beat, like the street 95 beat. But again I like the diversity and when I listen to it and I hear too much stuff sounding the same, I want to change the sound.

You did this song “Make it rowdy” and some people didn’t like it. At the same time, this same people can listen to the Neptunes and new kinda productions style so how do you feel about this? The same guys, when it’s supposed to be underground, they don’t like this kind of sound and when it’s mainstream, they just deal with it and they like it…

Well, my thing is I never hate on another’s person opinion and I don’t think I’ll ever never make an album where you’ll like every fucking joints, that everybody likes every joints. If I do an album that’s all underground, maybe some of the ladies won’t like, and some of the cats that really like something easy going.

If I like a track, I’m gonna do it. It’s as simple as that. I’m not gonna say: “Oh this sound is too mainstream, or this sound is too underground, or this sound is too bitchy, like some gang shit”… I would love to be that kind of artist where you could accept certain tracks from me. I really don’t want to be trapped in the underground and at the same time I don’t want to be considered like a mainstream artist, and I notice this may sound a bit a contradiction. It’s like Cee-lo, he didn’t care about his Goodie Mob fans, he wanted to do some good music. All I do is pick good tracks, that’s what I try to do anyway.

Talking about Earl Blaize, did you ever feel like collaborating with MC’s from Anti Pop Consortium ?

I know Earl from way back in the days, like in the 90s. We had this shows together. Priest was solo back then. Sha Key came out with an album and then I had met Beans and Sayiid came way later. But when I was doing lyrical style, we didn’t compliment each other, they was doing something else. That’s my people though, I love them cats. But what they talk about and how they talk about it don’t really match, we don’t really go together. But if you listen to “Lemon face”, it’s kind of like AntiPop style. It’s the closest I can get. Not even lyrically ‘cause I’m never gonna be all over the place like that, but kinda like the function and the subject. It’s kinda like a tribute to APC, to AntiPop Consortium style music. Me and Earl got like 5-6 tracks just dedicated to APC sound, ‘cause he gotta lot of fans out there. Like I said, Priest is my dude, I love Beans, me and Sayiid is cool.



I heard there was something like a reunion of APC …

Yeah, they spoke being together making some joints because I know Priest getting something out now, Sayid has something a little while ago. They wanted to do a joint with me man, so I said maybe we can do it man, I’ll try.

How about the connection with Bobbito Garcia, are you still in touch?

Yeah, he’s my dude. Basically it was crazy ‘cause it came thru Breev Brewrn from the Jugganots and we both hanging in the same circles. One day Breev was going up to Bobbito’s spot and he invited me to come with him. And that’s how me and Bobbito got tight. And then there was that club we all used to go in 95-96-97 that was called Nuyorican Poets Café. Bobbito used to host there so I was seeing him like 2-3 times a month. I was used to keep on giving Bobbito tapes with new joints to play on his show and he never played a joint! But Bobbito was black and white, if Bob likes it he plays, if he didn’t he didn’t play. It was actually at that time I came to Europe for the first time, in 94-95. I was going to quit, I was going to stop rhyming. Everybody was on some gangsta shit and I was trying to get out of that shit. I running the streets myself, and I wasn’t proud. And I gave Bobbito like my last demo, I was like a dog. He liked it, he went so far he was like “Hey I want to put this out”. I was like “What?! Fuck it!”. I wasn’t really interested in independent hip-hop at that time ‘cause to me everybody that was on independent labels, I didn’t like them at all. But the shit took off, so I was happy about it.

There was a kind of hype about Fondle'Em records and it disappeared so what happened…?

It’s like Bobbito kinda rule, he wasn’t no major kinda dude, he didn’t want to do videos. Bobbito was trying to make it a real classic vintage situation. He wasn’t being hard at beating the industry. All of us was tired about the industry but Bobbito was really tired about the industry. He put out a couple of people, a couple of joints and then he just let it fall. I came back to him with joints like “Do you want to put this out?”, he was like “No I don’t want to put that out”. But I was like “Yo but this is better that “Supa Dupa” everybody was saying this shit is gravity, he was like “Put it out yourself”! And I was like “… yeah! You’re right!” ‘cause when he said no, I was like “Damn, it’s over, I’m no coming out no more”. So I really awe Bobbito a lot, he showed me the way, he paved the way for me.






How do you feel about hip-hop in New York now? It used to be like very avant-garde and everything was starting in NY?

Oh it’s garbage, it’s trash! Let me clarify it. What is represented as New York hip-hop is not. And it’s not to say that there’s not artists out here who is doing good hip hop music. I’ll even say it’s the same amount of artists than back then. It’s just too hard to reach out there. Record companies and radio is not going to play real music. They wasn’t really playing it way back then. It’s just that they got out. We was lucky ‘cause shows like Bobbito shows and mixtapes, because of that it come out. Now because supposedly hip-hop music makes so much money, you heard a lot of bullshit. Because individuals don’t have the balls to do their own music or materialism type of music, about women shaking their ass, about bullshit that they don’t even have. Let there be an even thing, let that flow but let my shit play too.
Let the Jugganots shit play, let Mr Len shit play… there’s a lot of good music out there that don’t come out. I don’t even pretend that I want to be involved with that kind of situation, it’s bad. That’s why I concentrate my efforts overseas, at least I heard it’s kinda crazy out there too but at least there’s still a following out there that listen to good music.



Have you met J Live lately and if he had offered to do collaboration, would you have turn the offer down or would you have accepted it?

That’s an interesting story. When I came back from France, I found out that somebody else got my name. Ain’t nobody got no J-Live, get the fuck out! I’m listening to this cat and he blowing up, he’s getting played all over the place. So I’m like “Get the fuck outta here, ain’t nobody doing music in New York no J Live! ”. ‘Cause I had no record out, but I was all over the underground scene. I was part of a group called Blacrain, everybody knew me but it was within Blacrain. So I’m giving the cat the benefit of the doubt and I’m really coming with some peaceful shit… “That’s my name you’ve got son. We need to battle for that cause that’s my name you’ve got”… I was on Bobbito, I was on Stretch show, I was on Eclipse show, and everybody in the underground knew who the fuck I was. The guy is talking you’re not the real Live. Give me just this battle. I consider him a good MC but I would have definitely had this ass up… But he kept on frontin’! And there was a little article where he said, “I heard about the cat and I’m ready”…That’s where the beef came from. So I actually talked to the cat right after that. I was like, “Listen man, if you don’t want to battle, don’t battle, fine! But don’t broadcast saying you ready to battle me. So I don’t want to see my name in any of your articles no more or if anybody asks you just say that you don’t want to battle.” I saw him in front of a club one day and I told J-Live: “Listen man, this is no violent thing, I was at 3 of your shows I could have be beating the shit out of you then. This is no violent thing, this is a hip-hop thing. I just want to battle and I said, “If you want to do it though, we could put a record out” and then a cat that was putting records out, he did some joke about that… I was “I don’t even have to hear your verse. You don’t hear my verse, I don’t hear your verse. We battle on the same track. And we let the audience decide”. The nigger never showed up, never. So people was telling me that I was scaring him. I’m not a violent guy but everybody knew my street reputation. I didn’t bring that to hip hop, I wanted to get away. Hip-hop was a release for me, it got me away from the streets. We had ran on him one time and we squashed. I told him to go ahead about his business, I go ahead about mine. We just do it like that. That was it. He never wanted it. He don’t want to be on no track with me. I make him look like he ain’t graceful.

Basically you’d never do a track with him today?

I’d do one with him today, it’s no problem. I told the cat that I’d do a track like I’m back in the days. I really don’t got no animosity against the cat. If he wanted to do a joint, I wouldn’t mind.

Tony Bones and Sha Key are on your album. Are guys planning to do some new stuff with Vibe Kamelonz and 88that’smyname ?

Me and Bones got all this stuff stuck pile.

He is a very very successful graphic artist. He’s got a clothes line coming out, actually he got two, called Local Strangler and Corner Store Hero




And at the same time we’re gonna put out some little EP with that. We’re going to do it big. We’ve got three new tracks done already.
Sha Key is doing her thing. She’s on some real bohemian shit right now. That’s my girl though but she makes movies, she’s acting, she is doing a lot of films, lesbian films kinda like drama docu type situation. She’s kinda successful in that. She’s got a little band out right now going on. She is doing a lot of stuff in France too.

And how about Mr Len, do you have some new tracks together?

I do some tracks all the time. I have about six tracks with him. I plan on putting on the next album soon at least two Mr Len joints. Me and him rhyming on one actually.

We haven’t listen much from Mr Len, so what’s going on?

He chillin’. He actually putting cats out, he’s got like 2 groups he recently put out on his own record label, Dummy smacks. He’s doing that right now, kinda the way Bobbito did with Fondlem’Em. He is doing his things…I’m actually trying to make him coming out to make the DJ for me, but he’s doing his thing.









Kanye West or 50 Cent?



I definitely like Kanye’s productions better. But he will talk about life social stuff and real things and at the same time being contradictive with a lot of materialism. I would rather listen to Kanye West rather to 50 Cent. I don’t like 50 Cent, I don’t like nothing about 50 Cent. His first album was a classic though.
And the real tragedy is that everybody is talking about how much records they selling and ain’t nobody say how good the record was. That’s a shame. And you know what, the shit that I got stockpiles is way better than fucking Kanye. And I blow 50 Cent album.
Where are we as people when we ain’t even talking about music in an artistic sense, we talk about how many fucking records is selling.
What about the album? Was the album good? All that hype for what? For 2 mediocre albums?






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wow, looks like a super hot clash indeed

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Another HIP HOP LESSON



Brought By My Man Rob C
Here Is The Essential Hip Hop Lesson You've All Been Dreaming Off
Watch Alfonso Ribeiro Aka Carlton
Teachin' You How To Rock The Crowd

Monday, February 25, 2008

Love Shines Exclusive
This Is For The Ladies


Hey Ladies All Over The World

It Seems That I've Just Forgot To Wish You
A Happy Valentine's day

I Know I'm Late But Today
You're Lucky enough
To Feel The Love Shining At Your Door

Girls, Rev Shines Did This Exclusive Hot Mix Just For You
It's All For You ,Really all For You

Ok, He Actually Did This As A give Away Cd For People At The Fix Party



So You Know You Don't Have To Look Nowhere Else
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With The Hottest Love Tracks From The Likes Of:

45 King, Taana Gardner, Rainy Davis, Fatback, Bobby Hutcherson, Diamond D,
Weather Report, O.C., Pharoahe Monch, Wes Montgomery, Ghostface, Raekwon, Cappadonna,
Common, Erykah Badu, The Gift Of Gab, J Dilla, The Moments

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And Boys I Know You Want To Hear This One
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Don't Be Shy
It's All Love
It's All Good

Get Your Love Fix
Get The 2 Fixes Or You Won't Feel The Love Rush

You Won't Get It Anywhere Else
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Saturday, February 23, 2008

Live Long And Prosper
We're Holdin' It Strong


This Time it's All About The M.C.

L.I.F.E Long

From The Stronghold Legendary Crew


Stronghold Consists Of

L.I.F.E,

Poison Pen,

P.Pullz,
Breez EvahFlowin',
C-Rayz Walz,

Wiz,

Mic Terror

Immortal Technique
And
Dj Static


Damn You Don't Wanna Battle This Cats


L.I.F.E long Album Untitled Longevity Volume 1.5
Is One Hell Of An Album With Guest Appearance From
Apani, Poison Pen, Mista Sinista, Iomos Marad, U.G. Of The Cella Dwellas, Grand Fortune
And Others
A True Conscious Album That You Should Definitly Buy
Cause Even If I Know That's It's All About Downloading And Leechin'
From Time To Time You GOT to Support Hip Hop Art By Buying
Give Money To Keep Our Great Culture Alive

Anyway Here Is An Interview With L.i.f.e Long
L.I.F.E Brings Food To The Table
Don't Sleep Buy Your Copy Of
Longevity Volume 1.5


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Genesis of your crew Stronghold ?

Stronghold was an idea that Breez evahflowin had in 1997. We were all emcees that would just keep seeing each other at different hip-hop functions going on in n.y., At a legendary spot that everyone used to meet at 88 hip-hop was where stronghold formed.. Breez thought it would be a good idea for some of the best emcees in n.y. to form a crew and basicly spark a movement. Hence stronghold was formed!

Stronghold and New-York Underground ?

I mean its all true Stronghold basicly is the foundation of
that raw independent n.y. hip-hop. during the beginning stronghold was everywhere we put it down at alot of places wether it was on record in the battles or on stage. Stronghold is worldwide baby!!!


Feedback about each member of your crew

I think each member of stronghold play's there part. Technique and C-Rayz get a little bit more shine then other's
however we all have put out releases that were well supported,
were all different emcees with different styles i think that's what makes things so dope about my crew, no one is alike. Breez crayz and i put out releases actually before Technique if you look back at the history of our releases. Breez was the first to drop an album, then walz and then me!

Collaborations and featurings on masterpieces of the independant hip-hop

Most of the projects i was featured on were basicly because of my N.Y. Hip-hop connections. I knew Antipop or actually Beans and High Priest I met Saiid later before they were a group the same as Vast and vordule those are peeps from way back atoms fam and stronghold were runnin around for years together so the colaborations were bound to happen!


Boom Bap Influences

My influences for longevity vol 1.5 is just being around
that real raw original boom-bap i wanted to create a feeling that has been lost for quite some time as well as take it back to the golden era of hip-hop of originality and creativity! I grew up in that native tounge era plus i'm from n.y. so the sound i guess the feeling of this record is just a representation from what i have been surrounded around all my life that raw N.Y. boom-bap raw beats and rhymes!



Collaborations on your album

I have U.g. from the legendary group cella dwellas, Iomos Marad from Chicago, Apani, poison pen, Spier 1200, Donan Links, Mista sinista ..s ,Dysh, Gran fortune these are all peeps I'm cool with i never met dysh that was through the label but i was connected to his beats and new they would be a good fit for the project. I wanted to do something different with the features and showcase rare artists either not heard before or not heard in a while. I basicly wanted to keep this project exclusive and different from anything out now!

Longevity vol 1.5 : the meaning

I named the project longevity vol 1.5 because of my length in the industry. The vol 1.5 has many different rerasons it was a year and a half in the making and also not the first album but its like my first album since my e.p. struggler's paradise released in 2003. plus i have been doing music for over a decade. It has a lot of meanings to me not just one. Longevity,
meaning also my music is timeless..

Few words :

I alway's sound different on every song that i do. If you listen to any L.i.f.e. long song they never sound the same, i guess i vibe differently with people so when i do my solo stuff your getting the real life. My features is me fitting with the song and the person i'm featured with. I have my own style so if your looking for what i did on someone else's record you won't hear that cause my style is that raw N.Y.C. 90's hip-hop. I'm old school however i can rock with anyone!


Here Are Two Tracks From Longevity LP

First One Featuring U.G Of The Cella Dwellas


And Another One With Iomos Marad Of All Natural Inc.


Plus 
You Got to hear the crew ripping the radio station
Provided By Man 
Nes 
Of 

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Now Listen Up

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Now Look
And
Listen

When Creme De La creme  Skaters
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I Like To Introduce Myself

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Sad Stories And Good News
This Is A Public Service Announcement

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Take A Look At This Video
It's The True story Of J-Swift (Of Pharcyde bizzare ride Fame)
A Story Of A Kid That Wasn't Strong Enough To Handle Fast Success
A Story Of A (Too) Young Millionaire
Who Got Hooked Really deep On Crack And Finish Sleeping In The Streets
Damn Kids Like Krs Says "Stay Off The Crack"



And The Good News
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here is part one and part two
as usual get it all or get nothing
Stay Off (hard) Drugs Kids
It Can Definitely ruin your life

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Nothing Less Than Jake


The other Half Of The Legendary Conmen
Mr Jake One Himself,
One Of My Favorite Producer
Brings His Truth To The Table

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The Digger Turned Super Producer who produced tracks for too many mcs
from Andre The Giant To Curtis and HIs GGGGGG Unit
Passin' By De La Soul, El Da Sensei, Freeway, SuperNat, Doom, Dilated And Many Others
Is A True Underground Artist
Who Can Hit You With A Smooth Layback West Coast Sound
As Well As A Raw Dirty New York Hip Hop Beat
Jake Is Versatile
Jake Is The Man Considered By Many
As One Of The Next Super Hot Producer To Watch This Year

You Want To Know All About
His Inner View Of The Industry
His Undefeatable Love For Music
His Album Comin' This Summer

Open Your Ears Wide.

You Got To Let 'Em Know Jake!
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First Thing First Can You Introduce yourself to the ignorant kids?

Jake One
great collectro
from Seattle, WA.

How Long Have You Been A Hip Hop Activist?

Probably since kindergarten


Whenever the Furious Five album with "the message" came out.





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What's your point of view on hip-hop culture,our culture, nowadays?
and on hip hop production? (it s all about keyboards,they gettin scared to sample)

I think the kids are still super into it but the music has changed into something most people in my generation can't really fuck with. 
There is still good records being made but you gotta search for it.
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When Did You Start Diggin?

91 is when I even became aware of it.
1991 Total Eclipse

Probably didn't really go super hard until I met Preme in 95 and he put me up on game.
Jordan 95/45

Who Made You First Became a vinyl Junkie?

I've been a music fiend my entire life. My dad would take me to the stores on the Ave and he would get me a couple records when I was like 5 or 6. I remember him getting me Rick James "Street Songs" at a store on Union because I didn't cry at the dentist one time. lol



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Did Supreme got you hooked on diggin?


I was already making my little beats and blindly buying records before I met him but he definitely took me under his wing and showed me a lot about diggin.


Would You Be Able To Count Your Collections?



Maybe 10K. I'm not even sure. I have em scattered in different places. I've been starting to get rid of some stuff over the years though. Running out of room.


Your favorite diggin story?

Probably driving down the bay with Moss and Attic
two super hot canadian producers
and getting stuck in a flood.

Your ugliest diggin story?

I don't think I ever take it that seriously.
Maybe making some dumb ass trades when I was younger.

Do You Still Dig Or Is It Over?

I dig if I go to a different city or country but for the most part its all about ebay,
record mania and place like that on the net these days.

Apart form records do you collect any othe stuff sneakers, whatever?

I collect sneakers but I'm trying to stop.


definitly looks like you're trying!!!

The Conmen serie which is almost ten years old (yeah we're gettin old) is still bangin in heavy rotation at home what made you decide to do this serie with supreme? what was the idea of those tapes?

I think Muro had come out with a tape and we basically wanted to do something as good as his.
I did a lot of the first one on a 4 track and burned out a lot of rare records in the process unfortunately.

I haven't heard them in years. I gotta find my copies.
well Get Them Here!!



Who Are Your Favorite Break Mix Djs?

My favorite break mix dj's are
Soulman,

Muro

and
Rev. Shines.

J Rocc

is the best I've seen playing that type of stuff live though.


And Get J-Rocc Last Tribute Mix To Dilla Here

You're still makin dope ass crates mixes like the one you did for baghat and the next one you GOT to do for masscorporation... is it your favorite type of mixes?

Its fun to go through all the records you've bought and compile em. Every record I have has some sort of memory attatched to it and the mix is like a collage of that for me.


Any chance of a conmen reunion los veteranos back in business?

I would do it. Just would have to find time to do it. I'm pretty busy working on various stuff and Preme dj's 6 nights a week.

How does it feel to be the super producer that name seems to be on everybody's lips this year? (i mean this,even non hip hop people from paris know jake one)

Its cool. I've been at it for a long time and its cool to get the accolades. Its actually not as exciting as I thought it would be. I'm more exciting about doin something from the ground up at this point after working with all these established artists.
My album that is dropping this summer
is the most complete work I've done in my career and it will be cool to stand on my own with it.


Did it changes anything in your life, I mean you're still someone easy to reach
You're still a low profile/Humble type of guy

What's up with the bling bling and bitches?


lol. I buy stupid records like Placebo instead of jewelry. I'm pretty much doin the same things that I've been doin my entire life. Playing basketball, hanging out with my friends. Lots of regular stuff. Every once in a while I go into the studio with big artists and its cool to see how the other half lives.

What Is Your Studio Configuration?

Pretty much
the ASR 10,
Pro Toolsand a bunch of vintage keyboards.



Is The Asr 10 your favorite tool for makin beats?

Definitely.


You've been producin for many sides of hip hop from young buck/50 Ggggggggg Unit

To The Unbelievable master piece rock KoKane Flow


How is it to work with a superstar like curtis/50?

It's cool to have my music exposed to the masses because of him.
I haven't actually worked side by side in the studio with him yet.


How did he get in touch with you?

Thru my manager Sha Money (xl)


After producing tracks for curtis do you sell Your beats more expensive?

Unfortunately the industry is kinda tanking right now so it's getting harder to get any money out of labels right now.

Most Of The Time, Do the Artists want something special or you make them listening to tons of beats and they pick up one?

Depends on who it is. Sometimes I make stuff specifically for a artist but for the most part I make what I feel and then figure out where it goes after.



Is it the same approach to produce for a major act like curtis
and for a more underground act like evidence weatherman lp?

Evidence choose from the same beats as 50 did for his record. I don't really think in major or underground terms. I think all my stuff sounds pretty underground even if I'm working with a mainstream artist.


Do you prefer workin with mainstream hip hop superstars or feel more comfortable with underground acts ?

It all kinda depends on the artist. I've worked with underground guys who were dickheads and mainstream artists who were cool. I just want to make something that's dope to me at this point. All the rest of it will take care of itself.

You're workin on new de la album right now am i right? What are The Other Projects You're workin' on actually? If it s not classified of course?

I've done two for the new record but they are just starting so we'll see what happens.
I don't like putting stuff out there about stuff I'm working out because you can jinx yourself.

I did two songs on the new G Unit mixtape Bodysnatchers, "Like a Dog" and "Baby Come Back".

Can You Named us your major influences in music as a producer/digger

Producer wise
Jay Dee,

Nottz
,

Denaun Porter,

Primo,

Pete Rock,

Alchemist,

Sir Jinx
,

Bomb Squad,

Dre,

I could go on forever.

What's the future of Jake one?

Putting out the "White Van Music" album this summer.
Its pretty much a big advertisement for what I do.

I got songs with
MOP,
Freeway,

Here Is A Track Of The Last Freeway Album Produced By Jake

MF Doom,


Little Brother
and many others.

One last word for the kids?

AR 5 coming soon. 100 dollar plus records only! lol

One Last For The Road
Supreme Got A Question For You:

Are You gonna take him as the dj for the Red Bull "Big Tune" beat battle tour this year?

lol. Big Tune already has a dj DV One.










Ok, So Now That You Know More About Jake
You Got To Hear More About Jake

So Here Is A Mass™ Best Of Jake Tracks

The Old To The New,The New To The Old All Classics
It's In Two Parts You Got To Get Both To Get It All
JAKE
BEATS


Plus His Dope Instrumental Lp From 2003

Tale Of The Tape

 
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