In Fuse’s new “Crate Digger” installment, DJ Tony Touch shows off his collection of vinyls from all types of genres and even a few comedy records. Dynomite!
Big Sean landed on Fuse’s The Hustle After Party last night to perform “Switch Up”. After discussing his upcoming Hall of Fame album and Eminem, he was joined by Jhené Aiko for his new single, “Beware”. mwp
While giving FUSE a tour of his studio, Mr. Keaton shares his musical influences, favorite records from his collection, how he chooses them and recalls the time he toured with U2.
Well, isn’t this awkward. Nelly sat alongside his ex Ashanti to discuss how he evolved since Country Grammar, working with Breezy and uh, what he looks for in a woman.
Konichiwa, vinyl collectors! From some rare Slum Village to James Brown and Prince, the Beat Junkie DJ shares his most memorable records for FUSE’s “Crate Diggers”. Nice Green Lantern figure.
Like his fellow D.I.T.C. member Diamond D, Fuse sat with Lord Finesse for their Crate Diggers series. The Bronx native recalls his first time working with B.I.G., Big L, Fat Joe and Large Professor.
In Fuse’s latest Crate Diggers segment, the D.I.T.C. producer displays his vinyl collection, discusses influences and recalls how he obtained a copy of an Incredible Bongo Band vinyl. Sidebar: Vinyl Check with Diamond D Previously: Jermaine Dupri
Following Just Blaze,
Lupe goes further into the