DJ Tony Touch’s The Piece Maker 3: Return Of The 50 MCs is available today. And on track 22, 3/4 of Slaughterhouse do what they do best over Just Blaze’s production. Cop the album on iTunes now. xzone
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Shady Records’ four horsemen have been spending the past month working on their third album. And today, the group announced that Just Blaze will serve as the project’s executive producer. “I’m really excited about doing things a different way this time around”, says Joe Budden. This isn’t a send-tracks-around, and everyone-records-in-their-own-studio type of album. Joell Ortiz said that he is happily looking forward to the process as well: “The creative being creative! Fun, fun fun!” Royce Da 5’9” added that “everyone is in […]
The folks over at HardKnockTV got Just Blaze and Young Guru to interview each other. Just speaks on his “Higher“, EDM and reflects on Dame Dash and those jerseys. Los Jets? Young Guru speaks on visualizing records before sampling, recalls the recording process of Jay-Z’s “Song Cry” and more. UPDATE: Pt. 2 below with Just Blaze and Young Guru reflecting on the early Roc-A-Fella days and their previous work.
Just Blaze and Young Guru had The Roseland Ballroom rocking last night during Red Bull’s Culture Clash competition. Guests included Freeway, Raekwon, Memphis Bleek, Wale, 2 Chainz, Styles P, Jadakiss and Pharaohe Monch. Check out footage above and below.
You can find Just Blaze on Combat Jack’s weekly podcast show. Speaking with Sama’an Ashrawi, the producer/DJ spoke on how joining the crew came about and on-air experiences.
Nice tux, homie. Just Blaze recently chopped it up with suits over at The Wall Street Journal. During their interview, he recreated “Higher” and discussed breaking into production. Justin Smith, known as music producer Just Blaze, who produces for artists such as Jay-Z and Eminem, talks with Lee Hawkins about his role in VH1’s DJ show, “Master of the Mix” and the lucrative business of beat-making and production. Plus he shows step-by-step how he built the beat for hit song […]
Damn, Just and Free made some beautiful music. And during Just’s set last night at the Fader Fort, he brought Freezer out for “Roc The Mic”, “Flipside” and “What We Do”. Yea Austin, it’s the Roc in the area.