A Day In The Life of Young Chop and Chop Squad at SXSW 2015
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Recently, HHS1987 caught up with Atlanta native, producer Sonny Digital to discuss the importance of SXSW, working with Makonnen and Drake, his upcoming project and more.
With Sonny Digital currently being one of the hottest producers in the game we spoke with Sonny about his year in 2014 as well as his upcoming ventures. Being responsible for one of the biggest songs of the year with Makonnen's hit "Going Up On A Tuesday", Sonny discussed working with Makonnen and Drake and putting the two together.
Sonny Digital also spoke with us about his upcoming album and the importance of events like SXSW. Sonny informed us last year that he had plans on dropping a solo project as both an artist and producer but he confirmed the project is currently in the works during this interview. Sonny also explained to us why he feels it is important for producers and artist to be out and seen at events like SXSW. Not being to far removed for the grind and hustle of trying to get his music out, Sonny spoke on how networking and building your buzz at events like SXSW can change your life.
Before concluding the interview, Sonny informed us that the best is yet to come. With his new project on the way and a tour with Makonnen in the works, 2015 is shaping out to be a big year for Sonny Digital
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http://www.vladtv.com - The Alchemist sat down with VladTV and shared what he feels is his most classic production, who he'd like to work with in the future, and what mixtape he's been listening to lately.
While the revered beatsmith has classic productions for Nas, Jadakiss, Eminem and a list of others under his belt, Alchemist named Prodigy's "Keep it Thoro" as his most classic rap beat that still gets Hip-Hop heads hyped. When it comes to future collaborators, he feels it's less about the name and more about the chemistry. He also reveals that he's been listening to the new Drake mixtape, If You're Reading This It's too Late, a lot lately, with his favorite song being "6pm in New York."
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http://www.vladtv.com - VladTV offers another exclusive with Alchemist courtesy of Leyla Stacked.
The clip commences with the veteran MC turned beatsmith being challenged to name his favorite artists to work with, and Alchemist names a legendary emcee in his response. "This is not the most fun or favorite artist, but I feel like I need to get back in with Nas again. It's been a long time since we've worked [together]."
Soon the conversation turns to how Hip-Hop impacted his life as an adolescent growing up in Beverly Hills. Revealing that he's never really pondered it, Al adds, "Rap was raising us. In Beverly Hills -- or wherever people were growing up -- at that time we were raised off of Rap -- "Yo! MTV Raps," [and 93.5] KDAY radio." He lightens the mood by adding, "I dunno, I guess I'm like the hardest sh*t to ever come out of Beverly Hills. I outdid Lenny Kravitz; that was my competition."
Next, Alchemist speaks on how his race has affected his musical maturation. The acclaimed producer maintains, "We know how the world is; we all know what exists in the world." He explains that there have never been in "incidents" where racism prevented his creativity from flourishing. Al reiterates, "You listen to music; you close your eyes and listen to the sh*t."
Watch the full clip to hear more, including his thoughts on Iggy Azalea.
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