More of the Just Blaze Interview
Here is the rest of my conversation with Just Blaze. Gotta thank him again for inviting me down, definitely an honor. And of course thanks once again to the man of a thousand faces, (Dr. Jekyll and) DJ Dubb for making this possible. For those who missed it, Part 1 of the interview is here.
Part 2 - The real scoop on Jay-Z's future projects and unreleased material
Part 3 - The making of Jay-Z's "Public Service Announcement"
Part 4 - Just Blaze addresses the Black Moon controversy sparked by PSA, and how different producers wind up using the same beat.
Part 5 - Reminiscing about Boot Camp Clik and early 90's hip-hop.
Part 6 - Here is the question I asked, since it is hard to make out on the tape: "On our show we have a lot of discussions about how hip-hop is supposedly dead, hip-hop isn't what it used to be.. I think you have a unique perspective on that, coming up on the same stuff as me but now working within the mainstream, so what do you think about how hip-hop has evolved and where it's at today?"
Part 7 - Last words to the internet thug: "You can call me pussy, I call myself smart.."