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Dun Deal Talks New Quavo Album, Trying DMT, Going Vegan, False Arrest + More

Dun Deal interview on the Producergrind Podcast. Dun Deal stopped by the office to talk about making beats for Quavo's new solo project, getting noticed & building relationships with artists, trying DMT and what he learned from his DMT experience, being falsely arrested for 12 days on charges of robbing a costco for $80,000, going vegan for 2 years & a lot more. Dun Deal dropped some gems in this producer interview on the best and worst investments for producers & talked about why producers go broke spending money on women and material things that don't progress their career.

Producer: 
DunDeal

Working With Mac Miller On K I D S, Selling Beats Online in 2018 (Tecknowledgy Interview)

Selling beats on Beatstars, selling beats online and working with Mac Miller on the KIDS project are all topics Tecknowledgy speaks on in this exclusive interview.

Producer: 
DJ Pain 1

EPISODE 82 - Interview with J REID | Illmind BLAPCHAT

After the devastating news of Mac Miller’s passing, I talk about the importance of mental health and how social media has evolved to effect it. What was once a silly platform to post and share with your friends is now something that you can build an entire business around. For many of us creatives, we share with the world our most vulnerable work, our art. We guide you on how to navigate through the negative and hateful comments. And I encourage you to stop and think again before commenting something hurtful on someone else’s post.

Producer: 
illmind

Open Space: Taz Taylor | Mass Appeal

0:38 Getting Into Music
2:42 Kicking The Door Open
4:20 Rising Producers + Internet Money
6:25 What’s Next?

Internet Money founder, Taz Taylor, and the producer behind hits for Drake, Juice Wrld, 03 Greedo, and more stopped by Mass Appeal for the latest Open Space. Watch the 21-year-old producer talk the formation of Internet Money, why producer unions won't work, and his plans to dominate the airwaves for the next few years.

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Producer: 
Taz Taylor

Lex Luger On Being Sober From Pills and Lean After 7 Years Of Use, Hospitalized 4 Times

Editor's Note: Even though Lex Luger mentioned the phrase "off the record" during this interview segment, he gave us permission to use it anyway.

Suffolk, VA born hip hop music producer, Lex Luger, sits down with DJ Smallz and details his drug use during his music career, how he became sober from its addiction, plus more.

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Producer: 
Lex Luger

HOW J COLE HELPED OMEN WIN + KEYS TO SUCCEED | Illmind BLAP:CAM 055

I recently took a trip to CHICAGO to sit in a private studio with over 30 music producers & artists during my "Pass The Aux" tour (for tickets + cities visit http://www.illmindproducer.com). I invited rapper OMEN (signed to J Cole's Dreamville label) to chop it up about his story, knowing J Cole since they were 15, learning how to make his own beats, being competitive, feeding off of his PEERS (something I place a lot of importance on!), improving every day + what it takes to become successful as a music producer or an artist. Again, more gems in this one!

Producer: 
illmind

Henny Tha Bizness ASK ME ANYTHING LIVE ... EPISODE 002

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Let's Have Some Fun!!!

Producer: 
Tha Bizness

EPISODE 81 - Interview with Fatherdude | Illmind BLAPCHAT

What's the difference between working with a rapper and a singer? If I'm a music producer or an audio engineer, do I know the difference between the two? Chances are, you don't. Both worlds are completely different in their own way. If you've only worked with rappers in the studio, you've got a lot to learn when it comes to working with singers/songwriters. Some say working with rappers is easy because it's just verses and adlibs. With singers, you're stacking harmonies, coming up with melodies and lyrics, concepts, etc. How different or how similar are the two?

Producer: 
illmind