During part 5 of Soren Baker's discussion with Erotic D, the legendary Dallas, Texas producer stops by Unique Access Entertainment to discuss falling out with once prominent protégé Six-Two, and also tells Soren Baker about The D.O.C. writing for the late MC Breed. Unique Access and Erotic D have been discussing a number of topics over the course of their interview series … [Read more...] about Erotic-D Talks Falling Out With Six-Two & The D.O.C. Writing For MC Breed + More On Unique Access With Soren Baker
Legendary Dallas, Texas producer Erotic D is now in his 4th decade of music with his fingerprints on some definitive classic projects such as Dr. Dre‘s The Chronic and producing fellow DFWer The D.O.C. on the cult-classic Helter Skelter. He has worked with several of the most iconic figures in music including Dr. Dre, The D.O.C., N.W.A, MC Breed, Eazy-E, Suge Knight, Snoop … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday, Erotic D!
Legendary Dallas, Texas producer, and Nemesis producer, Don "DJ Snake" Brown is prepping an upcoming album entitled Midi Life Crisis. The pioneering producer co-founded and established the independent Get Off Me Records in 1987, releasing his first single "Oak Cliff / Snake Beats". In 1988 he helped produce for Dallas hip-hop collective Nemesis, consisting of MC Azim, Big Al, … [Read more...] about DJ Snake of Nemesis Prepping “Midi Life Crisis” Album
On today's episode of Conversations With Chad we sit down with Erotic D, a producer who is now in his 4th decade of music with his fingerprints on some definitive classic projects such as Dr. Dre's The Chronic and producing The D.O.C.’s cult-classic Helter Skelter. He has worked with several of the most iconic figures in music including Dr. Dre, The D.O.C., N.W.A, MC Breed, … [Read more...] about Conversations With Chad: Erotic D Details Making MC Breed’s “Flatline” Album, Putting Together “Helter Skelter”, Confirms Documentary on The D.O.C. + More
It’s been twelve long, hard years since Flint, Michigan native MC Breed died of kidney failure. The pioneering Midwest artist put his hometown on the map with his 1991 hit single, “Ain’t No Future In Yo Frontin.” Expertly utilizing the Ohio Players’ “Funky Worm,” the single peaked at No. 66 on the Billboard Hot 100, and his debut album, MC Breed & DFC, soon followed on … [Read more...] about Trailer For New MC Breed Documentary Film “Breed & Bootleg: Legacy of Flint Rap” Released
From N.W.A’s 100 Miles and Runnin’ to The Chronic music producer Colin Wolfe was Dr. Dre’s right-hand man, lacing songs like “Fuck The Police Pt. 2”, “Real Niggaz Don’t Die”, “Deep Cover”, and “Fuck Wit Dre Day (And Everybody’s Celebrating)” with innovative grooves and sounds never before heard in gangsta rap, much less hip-hop itself. Colin … [Read more...] about Conversations With Chad: Colin Wolfe Talks Making ‘The Chronic’ With Dr. Dre, Working With 2Pac & MC Breed, Michael Jackson, and Madonna
Rappin' 4-Tay made his debut on Too Short's 1988 album, Life Is...Too Short, and the Fillmore, San Francisco rapper would never look back. After a short prison stint, 4-Tay started off his solo career with Rappin' 4-Tay Is Back in 1991. Three years later, the follow-up album Don't Fight the Feelin came, which included the hits "Playaz Club" (which hit #36 on the Billboard … [Read more...] about Q&A With Rappin 4-Tay: Legend Talks ‘Still Standing’ Album, Reminisces About Career (The BallerStatus Interview)
West Coast-bred rapper/producer Warren G dropped his debut album, Regulate...G-Funk Era, in 1994. Featuring his late homie Nate Dogg, G-Funk's lead-single "Regulate" went on to be a major hit and catapulted the album to selling over 3 million copies. Over the last 20 years, Warren has released several solo albums, including Take a Look Over Your Shoulder, I Want It All, The … [Read more...] about Warren G Discusses Upcoming Nate Dogg Album (The XXL Magazine Interview)