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"scratch magazine" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

07:14 min | 2 months ago

"scratch magazine" Discussed on No Jumper

"As you know record a song iphone and now there's some so now they can express himself to music. At this time. There was none of that you know that was the the streets sports or you know you can relate to something that you hear on the radio. How many songs do you think he made for that album. That didn't get used a lot. You're good massively. We've finished mixing everything that business never going see the day before before dry before anybody was a whole city while with my driving from time to time on my listen to them records because it was just that great you know even here in that first project it was like fucking over you know. Is that everhart view to work on the stuff that you're so proud of and then you just don't ever get to see the reaction from the people not necessarily because like i've already exhausted all the plays while making it or while i'm working i. I'm hearing the song thousand times so by the time it comes out anyways over whether you ever find yourself like wanting to reference like well one kendrick said there's and then you're like oh wait. Nobody knows about that man in they come back and switch versus somebody at one person and they have a change of mind blaming to take this out in an early. You know what i'm saying. It's all the time ship he will do nowadays. But you know it's like it's like ridden responsibility of like just having everyone's music before it's released surpri moment you know definitely. Do you think a lot of people are kinda like in engineering ship. But then they plan on using it as a vehicle to transition into doing production or something different like what made you really just want to be the greatest at this particular thing i. I'm one of the guys that play my strengths and weaknesses. You know and. I'm not going to pick up a mike. If i know that's not going to die is gonna ask him to take away from time spent on doing this one thing But to answer question one hundred percent. Perfect example is like blast. You know what i'm saying. You know you and worked with them is funny. I haven't worked on but we talked you. Know sam's big fan blast incredible incredible. I love his music. And you know incident when i heard it and it goes back to that First impression aspect to hear music. When i heard blast sheet on my she sounds polished. You know what i'm saying. Sounds like somebody's behind this. That knows what the fuck are doing. And when i found out it was him. I'm like okay makes sense. It makes sense and we have that conversation. I'm like like i had a conversation with. Dj head for head. He said he's like i haven't seen anybody like percents ty dolla. Sign where he does everything. That's like super appealing to the label. And also just gives you a lot of faith that they're going to be able to make shit that they really love. Honor percents do not depending on somebody on one other person or entity to come in to make them. You know they're going to put their all into it no matter what it takes. Yeah but you know yeah. I'm seeing a lot of people that again. Come from the the circumstances of not being able to have access to engineer so they have to become that you know. It's just like david banner when dave banning to speak in the on scratch magazines and shit. And there's one thing that stuck with me is like he started making beats because he never had access to producers you know so he became one of the greatest producers by necessity. The phone. So i feel like it's being translated. Today's time off us right. So your lifestyle has changed dramatically around that time though right like you must start in way more money off of these records and then i'm assuming he goes aren't just like sleeping on the floor in the house anymore at this point the towards must be on a totally different level. And you're just like along for all of this stuff. What was this all like and after all these years a struggling it must have been fucking overwhelming. It was very much overwhelming You know again. You know being someone who play multiple hats or wear multiple hats during his time. Now it's time for kansas to do shows and there's no dj you know so. I'm fucking completely terrified of stage fright. You know what. I'm saying Again couldn't held a communication couldn't look somebody is my talk to him just really saying suber. Just knock off. And i got to step on the dj now just one and thought that you used to be like that. You come in here with suzy. Azam and stuff. He's a lot of work But again at this time like needed a dj. And what better person to do somebody. Who's in the studio knows. The songs verbatim you know line-by-line second by second so you know i take this job And again that's part of the process. That makes me comfortable with talking to crowds of people with the fact that i go from being an introvert inside the studio to have scream on mike and turn up on the stage and i've never been that guy. That's so interesting though because i felt the dj is it's such a unique role because you literally will have twenty thousand people in front of you and your. It's your job to keep this energy up at every moment that the artists can't be the one keeping the energy up and that it's like when i see people who are really great at it and i see them after a forty minutes so that and they're drenched in sweat. I'm like that is fucking crazy as real as real. Dj ourself managers being able to control that crowd with songs so doing that early offer kindred it was it was frightening. Fuck you know but You know the job i get done was the most overwhelming audience perform to coachella thinking caliber. The first time fucking one hundred thousand people budgets the ceo people and it's just making stays no ban. Nothing braille. I could shut my celebrate. It was just. It was a lot energy definitely took mash jayme before. That's your beverage of choice. Time went to tequila man now all respect. I've been in that position a bunch of times. Where like even seeing thug performance england a couple years ago and fifty thousand people or some shit and it's kind of like this is pretty incredible that one dude rapid kanana this audience like i know how big rab is but it's still is just mind blowing like this is. How big rap is that. We're on the other side of fucking world and they're going crazy this. I mean i remember. One of the crazy shows was a glasgow. London and we know kendra had this record cartoons in syria And if you remember bro that shit overseas live mosh pit was the one gun play was on this shit like when that shit was performed liberal it was. He ran back three. It was it was just the last song on correctly. He'll come back and it'll just come with that static with a you know with the with the pitch vocal with the lights dim. Bro crowd will go beserk bro. Mosh pits will open up people. Getting bloody it was like. And i think that's really like to show the performing aspect to create new songs like from that creating records. That really really really really really catch the ear of the people in those crowds. You know once you commanded crowd. I think because you know you sell different types of music is a different part of being a performer. Wants you really get those live. Performance interactions. It's like a spiritual event. You know it's crazy. How did that come about how the fuck are going to working with. Gunplay play had baba the dash at the time and was like we all were like. This dude is fire so it wasn't data processing for them to work together at that time but it is a pretty crazy relic of that era so like dot is like a guy he. He's always on youtube especially during this time again. This is the rat. Radars like blogs just like life. Wake up eight. Am just ten tabs are open just like what the fuck is going on. I missed that you know what i'm saying..

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"scratch magazine" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

05:35 min | 10 months ago

"scratch magazine" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Haven't been able to shit on any mix tapes in the last month because they used to do a section where they review mix tapes. And I'm one of a always got the lowest. Clown and he wouldn't talk. Talk Shit on it. And he was like Yeah Gimme that it'd be my that'd be the one that I shit on based on just. These are Latino guys by the way the editor was Colombian you don't from New York and the writer that wrote this was the Salvadoran Puerto Rican kid from New York. Right to did we hadn't even been to New York yet. We know I. I have been with with ours before Auburn. HAD BEEN TO NEW YORK. He said and the kid's name and we when when he finally met us, he's lying to you. I popped shitting because I couldn't wait to shit on it. Just like that you guys from the West Coast like I. Tell You guys are GonNa do that I thought you guys GonNa wrap although the West Coast rappers. He said when he put it on when you put that. He couldn't stop. He couldn't he couldn't stop. Pushing play he led a play the hallway, and he couldn't believe that a kid from La from the West Coast. Correct that well. The reason I'm telling you the story is because as humans were very judgmental, that's just the way we are. It says don't judge in the Bible and all that but human nature we judge. The way it goes, but at the day artists ever music is. The artwork is the production is how the quality is hot. And you've built a a fan base in a bustle. Big. Let it roll letter Oh we let we let him he got it and we got four out of five stars on that on that scratch magazine. The following mix tape got actually make state with a month. and. We became like we came scratch magazine like like mainstays like I was getting stopping the streets they. Scratch magazine while it was it comes back to what you said in regards to the music was different. You know that sound was different you like artists 'cause you'd like to hear it different. Shit you're you don't like to hear ABC every every six. Every CD. Did away from the which by the way is a fight him on this because I grew up on the high season Tony as I grew up on the DJ quakes and and some of the I love that Rogers APP sound to, of course, because absent the era era. But Lou was like we gotta stay away from that right now of course, because we don't want to be put in that box right now and it and it was not an expensive 'cause. I know people are GonNa hate and it was nothing against that that Roger and sap sound nobody's it was nothing as that one thing that people are GonNa, it was chess not checkers even somebody like Tony Hey. You know what I'm saying he leaves when leaders interview. I want him to say you know what that kid wants to push me to be. The biggest will be as big as Joe Rogan is nothing wrong with me trying to push. Tony A or more cruise. The next artists, Our Lady, our girl that has their own business because that's just high in. There's like you're cool. You're right here but I think you should be the biggest ship being homeboy. told you got the hottest fucking We judge. That's how we tell. Ouija. Judge. How can we make better? How can we give you the tools to even you know to be a better version of whatever whatever you have if we can. We've got some people say. All these allowed allow kids take that hate nowadays you can say can't tell you. There bars good but changed his bar I don't think you should use that sample maybe take away some kids. Some kids are look at. The union was hiring. You too old you want me to go. To let me explain it to me how do we are Kuzin Lulu and Byu come back together and drop those old mix tapes that came out in two, thousand, five, two, thousand, and six, thousand seven, and they charge on the hip hop charts. Without no, no huge marketing we just put him up. We just did our marketing just told everybody we're going to release. We're GONNA actually put the all these old school mix as we have. We're going to put him on on spotify I tunes, and every you can go streaming. Now the first one came out I remember the first one was sixty, five, sixty, five, the second Kim what forty, four, sixty, two, Shakti to the second, one, sixty two, and in this last one, we just put out number forty four. Why because you guys right there because he'll be guys fucking went out there and supported hard tickets. About that. Is that. When. The music is good it's. Time doesn't expire when music is good. Music Music is different when music hits the soul music makes you realize what you were. There is no expiration day on good music. Facts now you haven't expired. On our he actually acting he found the founding you and he's he said after the show put me a gang. You need to give w we need. We all need that just saying. What I was trying to say, oh, we gotta push ourselves we. We could lie to everybody. But when you look in the mirror, you know if you're doing your best if you're really pushing yourself to be the hottest the how to shit in the streets that hottest sound the highest. Everybody looks up to Kobe Bryant. You think Kobe Bryant became alleged because Kobe Bryant was happy to join the Lakers joint join. NBA. Kobe Bryant was three hours before practice. Practice. Mamba. Recipe Kobe. Forever young eating your goodbye posting a lot of things on I know..

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"scratch magazine" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

06:49 min | 10 months ago

"scratch magazine" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"And you're on those type of urine, those type of majors. At. That time most ours going platinum platinum double platinum three times platinum. You do you understand you understand about the numbers right now that are that are considered right and when we for the people that may not know gold five hundred thousand platinum is a million units. These artists are touching the world not streams today's touching blocks. Yeah, and so one hundred and fifty, five, hundred, thousand streams. The reason I ask you is because I always I always go by this theory, right? Hundred because everybody's talks about ownership right now. which is Great. I agree with you one hundred percent ownership. But if you have one hundred percent. Of nothing you have nothing. Fax, be honest with you you. Sir if I partner up and I had fifty fifty deal with interscope records and Parner up. I'm still getting something, but they're getting something. I'm not scared to be a partner with somebody especially somebody at the time. But we don't think like that. We've a lot of people have gone into this independent, which is okay. We're independent right now which is good. Yummy. But we gotta think we got we got bigger bigger than that. Big Big bigger than then neighborhood bigger and bigger than the middle block blogs websites that are just. You have to pay to get on there and should I would love to see when I was. You know when I was. When I was much younger I would I would have wanted to see a small cock tour with artists. He'll Serb-run just all the artists right. I would pay my money for that. Share Brown by the way for for inspiring a young kid to build a different. Model hustles painting got tickets to go. See that unfortunately never got never never saw that I don't know if I ever ever see it. You don't, and we and one thing about me I'm. I know I'm up on everything using got flacco flacco. Part of our he's our street guy. He sends me every fucking day I have three four new orders in my an idea and he takes it to me. So I know about everybody that WHO's WHO's that? WHO's that I get up on I get up on that Diaz about the lift like. I mean. But like. Imagine if we can get some of these kids at one time, you know what? I'm saying because I'm not scared to say names at one time we could have had king little. snorter to product and CAP G. GO on a nationwide tour they would have numbers. Kim Kap G had a goal record I was playing all over the radio king no Geez buzzing, out. Of Control. Product buzzing out of control. If those three were just got together, you know what I'm saying. That's how you help the culture using naked. Do it they could do don't get me wrong. They could do it individually road. Individually. But in regards to US A, we're GONNA talk about this Dina moment gone or this business and that we got, we got to become like Voltron. Yeah. That's GonNa Happen. saw this. All. These questions, I always see anything about Uganda rivalry about he's only one answer unity plan simple triple sitting I'm going to try something to that servicing but I need to share it and hope these guys are watching. and not to talk but. For these artists to grow up. Then, you go back to kid frost when he first out. Hit Record Legend Okay Lot. Blew up overnight. Okay. Are Many chicanos before they said that they like that. So that was dope. Here's what the war when from. So, stupid. Okay. Let's fast forward to twenty twenty. I get you GonNa rappers today that inbox me or DMV. Able you. April where you've run. You did any time how come you don't have any pets. I get all of these ridiculous questions that have nothing to do with music and any say what's up with the interview. With. The. Lack of respect. Yes again. And believe me those people honestly are not even worth for me to sit down with them right here. I've had people curse me out because I didn't read their message fast enough. Okay. How can I sit down and have a conversation with them across me when they've already told me fuck you exactly. I I can't do that and you know what we're doing. We're shooting each other in the foot. Before we've immediate other. That's the only thing is like fuck me whole New Hampshire having such. that. When you talk about that Shit for two hours, you don't say fuck you you said, what is your resume? As resume that, you're so humble. That's what I'm saying. So. Humble. So. fucked up our money also on the shows because also in the beginning I remember like it was hard for us to kind of get on a tour because they assumed on Maggie by the way that we look. But even listening to our music. That they may be reliability on a tour interesting about you know what I'm saying so like. It. Hinders on another on so many levels. In the music. Business is again this time I gotta get to start. Story because. You. Take your time. Fixing. So cruiser fiction, right we I we put our city God's right. Then we put our blow. In the mixed tape blow, we basically ended the name blunt slap by end of his name in crucifixion. Cruise the birth crews. During the blow me only to blur. Officials are facing. Crucifixion. Comes out this is we we were ninety Sinus 'cause you're gonNA somehow I mean we're buzzing dot saying we were buzzing. Somehow, it gets to New York. Gets to New York in New York they were back in the day they had a magazine called Scratch magazine. Scratch. Magazine was if you're a producer, you're producer Deejay deejay aren't they dismiss your magazine just? Hop Pop had the Bible for US hip hop head magazine hip hop had to go by. We don't know how to this day. I'm really good friends with the head editor right? That was the head of at that time I. Asked him how to how you got. Omar Cruise. The COOSA fixing, right. But what what he told us in I was there when he told us. that he got this mix tape, he looked at the mix tape. And they told him are this is a Mexican kit or from the West Coast he gave it to his ought to his his riders, his right I guess I haven't. I..

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"scratch magazine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"scratch magazine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Mean at this point. You off. You've been buying records for whatever twenty some years the things you want just extremely hard to get, and you're buying the Montessori. As a trophy at this point. so I definitely still do that a lot. I mean Tuxedos been really big in Japan so I've just been. Going fucking crazy out there the last five years 'cause they have the best record stores in the world but yeah records is still. That's one thing. I still really enjoy as much as I did from when I started. You know though I still love it. Yeah, you appear to have a very nice collection, not that we're instagram stocks are. Trying to read spines zoom. I. You know a couple like the due to start neon records Guy Supreme. And he's got one of the best collections in the world, so like I'm always kind of feel like I'm chasing him. There's records that I saw at his house in the nineties. Are Run into town, never seen this besides his house. It's like almost half the buy it, no matter the price. On some weird, you know mental shit. Yeah, just to keep up. Yeah man and then. I don't know maybe because the the circle of friends. I have started buying records in that community. They're all getting older is better jobs, but like the money people spend on record is just it would have been just totally unfathomable when I was younger. That totally feels like a two hundred dollar record isn't even expensive anywhere. which is crazy? I think the problem is. The floor got raised because of all these. New Jack. Record is forty bucks because like fleetwood ride those for forty. No matter what in. That's just mind blowing to me. It's like what if they so ten million of those things get a hug. It everywhere yeah. Not Rare. Not at all. So Jake anything. Anything on the come up that you're working on that. You're excited about You know. You mentioned some beats that you made. That haven't seen the light of day, but. Is there anything else floating out there that? I liked. It's coming soon soon I. Don't know man. Nobody tells me anything. I just know like guys. Record to strategist sits in a stash, and then it's like fucking rap. Olympics rap lottery just Kinda hope your song stays. It's weird. I've been doing a lot of Orange Buick this year and this wasn't really intentional. Let is that's been working well so. Hopefully I'll do some more hip hop I. Did do like a little remix album. Of Kinda just random songs I wanted to remake through back camp But, yeah, know we'll. We'll see I actually. I never liked even say what I'd do any march, so it comes out 'cause I just like I, said from day coming out I. Know How I think I did. I can scratch magazine in the early two thousands in that. Song you deal with and I was like like no more. I. Little Crunchy, you know. Man Man well jake wine. We really appreciate you coming on the program and. It's been super cool will be on the lookout for the projects that you are not going to tell us about, but that Lucille readily enjoyment. Just appreciate you sharing your time. Thanks for having me guys keep it up. I like the podcast short reshape a man, then guys. Dahbar.

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"scratch magazine" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

The Emma Guns Show

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"scratch magazine" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show

"Old. You're the owner of Naff it just math math stance vase and in Glasgow and you are you've done incredible things by turning passion into a business and as we speak today you have just a one two more awards. The Scratch magazine scored for silent of the <HES> and Social Media Star will done and because you've won the second can one three times in a row. What does that know me so we are no in the hall of fame the Scotch magazine Ole Scratch Stars Hall of fame and the Social Media Cagney which as incredible is really really wanted to win it this year and I'm so glad that we did so I get to be a judge next year which is Swiss i-in when I spoke to you so <hes> <hes> listen to them? No I hosted an event that you were part of a handle of up in Edinburgh to deal with the World Bank of Scotland and easy wins and it was basically basically we talked about business and managing finances and what we've had to get your head around is turning your passion into a business and then basically developing business brain and I never a lot of people who listen to this show might have passion projects that they are thinking about starting up or side hustle that they'd like to make their full time job so how where did it all begin. What was the original passion so the original passion was genuinely just doing my neal's? I did my dissertation petition that I am. I always have to be doing something with my hands. Otherwise I just feel depressed. If I'm not like making something so I studied bitcoin design and technology at Uni always saw in making things and when it came to my last year I was just doing my dissertation so as rating and Danilo reports and I just didn't feel like I had to create a vote by dead love pain and my Neal's Anim- swin tumbler is really taken off and I was seeing you know these amazing nail designs and I thought I saw reprint Neal's and I thought I mean I've obsessed with lay prince so I thought I could easily with island l. sold it and it'd be it will at least from there and it was just a really nice when when I was sitting right my dissertation my laptop it was really nice to be looking at some brightly colored fun looking nails and like something that I could be off as well so it totally spiraled from there and I started taking pictures of my nails didn't tutorials putting them on Tumbler anim- I mean when I look back on them. They're not not so gorgeous time. People are really into and start beating the news too and so from the START I painting my friends nails statements elva vintage fears Tonle Tampons to kneel are and then from there yeah I just kind of well I got kind of bored and other people's not board if he and other people's nails I I was trying to think like Kokin I do more people's nails with sitting in front of them all the time and like physically having to be the because it was quite tired and I was entering into the team and working taken as a visual merchandiser so it's quite difficult to and so I started in making Neil decals which early tattoo transfers for your nails Amazon started no actually started paying enforce Neal's I._B._M.. Falls Neal's sold them on as so it was like the designs I was doing on other people but I could say to people and London and Manchester and then I started making Neil decals and then the neal decals where they can a business to call from so I actually go and chased from top shop stock in the Neil decals so that was like an appointment. I had to decide to just keep this as his are like or dislike anti-business so sexy on for that and I'm glad I made enter business. What was the was the salon the thing you thought where I'm going to do this and I want us out on Yep so Iran ah so the neal decals? I ran the business for two years cold D._I._Y.. Neal's and I love doing that. I just as I was doing that.

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