Great show!!! I was buggin when Blueprint broke down how DOOM was jacking hiphop basslines for songs…. I did recognize most of the melodic samples before hand like Jeffrey Osbourne…. Illogica kinda pissed me cuz he couldn’t fathom DOOM coming up with the persona bit w/o reading 48 Laws of Power… hell RZA, GZA & Kool Keith had already done it so it wasn’t even new when DOOM did it… I’ve seen ppl say he got the idea from Kool Keith…. yeah gotta finish this next MF DOOM inspired ep of LR Radio..
The hip-hop community was dealt a big blow with the passing of iconic rapper MF DOOM last week. And while MF DOOM was one of the dopest rappers and lyricists of his era, there was a lot more that went into his success than his talent. In fact, his marketing was one of the biggest factors in his success. In this episode of the most infamous podcast on planet earth, Blueprint and Illogic break down the genius marketing behind the amazing career of MF DOOM.
This is what I did today… using the easy version at the bottom lol
Home audio system using MPD and RTP
This little document describes the setup I use at home for listening to music. It’s a fairly over-the-top home-grown solution, there are far easier methods out there.
With this setup the music plays simultaneously in all rooms that have an audio system and I can control the playback and playlist from any computer in the household.
Good interview and Mic G got drunk than a MF….
On today’s episode N.O.R.E & DJ EFN chop it up with the legendary #MicGeronimo.
Being the first hip-hop artist signed to TVT / Blunt Recordings, Mic Geronimo released his classic debut album “The Natural” which featured his friend and legendary recording artist Royal Flush and production by Irv Gotti, Buckwild and more.
On this episode Mic Geronimo discusses the good and bad side of the music industry and working with legends like JAY Z, DMX, Diddy, Ja Rule & The Lox. Mic Geronimo shares incredible stories about #Tupac and how he built a close friendship with him.
DC Alumni Royal Flush & Capone also join the conversation. This episode of Drink Champs is a special one, as it features three guests who are part of a legacy that helped start an underground movement in hip-hop. This movement would eventually move hip-hop in a certain direction and never looked back. #DrinkChamps
Mic Geronimo On The Good/Bad Side Of The Music Industry, 2Pac, JAY Z, DMX & More | Drink Champs – YouTube
Long Interview…. 4:30 to be exact…
One of the most requested artists in the history of “Drink Champs,” Busta Rhymes finally joins us for an incredible conversation. Busta shares his hip hop journey by discussing attending the same high school as JAY-Z and The Notorious B.I.G. to the creation of Leaders of the New School. The rapper also opens up about the legendary Chuck D giving him the name “Busta Rhymes.” Creating some of hip hop’s most historic albums, Busta reveals stories about working with iconic recording artists like Janet Jackson and Mariah Carey to name a few. Spliff Star joins the conversation to talk about his and Busta’s electrifying performances, the evolution of Flipmode Squad and more! Be sure to check out Busta Rhymes’ new album ‘Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God’ available on all streaming platforms! #BustaRhymes #DrinkChamps #HipHop
Busta Rhymes On Working With Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson, His New Album & More | Drink Champs – YouTube