American Journalist Chad Kiser speaks to E-A Ski, a successful music producer who has made a career out of making a career for others. Instrumental in the early success for Spice-1 and Master P, E-A Ski helped to provide the sonic back drop to which the East Bay Gangster rode through the 1990’s chart dominance, as well as being highly influential and active to the beginnings of Master P’s No Limit Records. Whether it was producing classic hits like “East Bay Gangster”, “Dumpin’Em In Ditches”, and “Runnin’ Out Da Crackhouse” for Spice-1, or producing the classic single, “Trigga Gots No Heart”, on the Menace II Society Soundtrack, E-A Ski helped pave the way for several artists coming out of northern California.
to the next label and worked on Apply Pressure and then that label got bought out. So, as time goes on the A&R gets fired and then you end up leaving the label. Music and interviews need to reflect who I am and as time goes on some of your views may change
and so does your view of the industry. Those records (Earthquake and Apply Pressure) still exist and they will come out and people can say, “Wow! That was an incredible piece of work.”