Josh Wink, Texas, New York discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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I mean you guys had Guillotine the Casino Champs Solomon in Infinite Abdulah FAB deuce use Ricci flow men cool. Yeah that was. That was a good time man like it was still a lot of. Everybody was still young. And you you know has some time and and I'm glad we got to do that. A new renaissance records. That's what you're talking about right. Yeah I'm glad you brought it up that you guys were all young. I mean you up Ricci flow and like in current current times because he couldn't make music is full-time Gig so he pays the bills being a magician. Well Yeah Ritchie's now me like Definitely one of the more Amazing Unions I've ever met Ricci flow. y'All check him out you know it's I get a little lump in my throat when I find that other people talented people good people can't make music fulltime you know I'm glad to see. Mark Spitz is still making music. He has a new video with guilty Simpson and he reps Dallas hard. So it's long. I didn't even know that that's tight. It's manages it warms my heart and see people that are just doing something for a long time and it's cool if you have a day job and you want a day job but if your heart set on music and you know men of a certain age they gotta go get a job so so real quick. Are you from Kaleen. Yeah I grew up there. So you've been around here for a while. Yeah born and raised here. So if there's anything Texas rap I know about it cool right on the I mean you know who else was big in the day where I lived fucking Josh Wink. Oh Yeah Yeah. I remember being in the Josh Wink. I mean he was huge with that argue their joint. Then I don't know if Texas had. DMC but scripts went and destroyed the whole genre from a mainstream perspective. So kind of pulled back a bit now. I feel I feel like it was done end before. Screw lecture he he just you know. Yeah I mean I I. I saw Josh wink somewhere in like I can't remember. It was like two thousand or something but it was. It was some good times times. It was a different scene that you weren't always in Texas. You lived in New York at one point right Yeah moved to New York for. I was only there for like a year but I love New York. If I if I had an opportunity I would move back in a minute. We'll we'll bring you back because I know Texas can kind of be like a black hole. Sucks you back. Yeah for sure but Ran into a a bad roommate situation. They're happy no. I'll be real with you. I moved to the East Coast and I had the exact same thing and came right back when I was in Maryland Roland. I wasn't in New York. I was living with craigslist roommates the whole year in like you know one of them went bad so you still enjoy going to places like. Jj's Jays Pizza Green Elephant. Or Andy is on the Green Elephant. They Oh yeah it's crazy that still around. I haven't been in years yeah. JJ's every every once in a while. I do a happy hour gig on Tuesdays at Dan. Silver Leaf on there every week. Andy's is uh of frequent spot. I haven't been the green ellison years men this crazy. It's still open or if I told you the music I like. I can't tell you why I like it but that I can recognize it. Well I think a lot of people if you say hey you know. Why do you like this song? I think a lot of people can't tell you why they can recognize it and you're a you're a creator of your music. Every minute is a cohesive project. There was thought that went into it was calculated decisions into what vocals or instruments used here. Let me let me say something that could maybe help you better clarify you take someone like miles Davis the majority would say kind of blue speaks of them because it's a good entry important jazz but yours was in a silent way. It speaks to you. How do you determine that? I don't know that in a silent way.

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