shot: the dark nyte | canon eos 60d Shady Records’ Riggs Morales and Just Blaze held the annual Grammy Career Day yesterday at Pace University in NYC. The seminar featured workshops and guests such as producer Benny Blanco, A&R Lee Dannay, and Grammy Award-winning engineer Elliott Scheiner. If you missed out, Mr. Smith gives a rundown of the event and explains how it all came together. Check out Stark’s photography after the jump.
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Hard Knock TV put Just in the hot seat to discuss the usage of EDM sounds, XV, the status of Jay Electronica’s album, new recordings with Drake, Rozay and a major Pop artist. We hope it’s Bieber. Ha!
[vodpod id=Video.16399590&w=540&h=350&fv=] Khaled’s gathering a pretty strong line-up for Kiss The Ring. Just Blaze may certainly be
Keeping up is hard to do. And Busta and Twista put their flow into overdrive over Just Blaze’s production.
To commemorate the 3D release of Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace, Just got busy on the 1s and 2s last night during the Brisk Bodega’s Star Wars Pop-Up Art Gallery event in L.A. 57thave
Hosted by Just Blaze, the Yardfather drops the third installment of his Warning Shot series with features from Joe Budden, Lil Fame and more. Tracklist and download link after the jump.
Artwork: Karla Moy Saigon puts three fingers in the air, but one foot in the grave on the cover of his new mixtape hosted by Just Blaze. Before the third installment finally rings out next Tuesday, peep the titles after the jump.
Common and Khaled checked in by phone but Just Blaze actually stopped by the East Village Radio studios to close out YN’s second episode of his Keep It Thoro program. Mr. Smith talked about being paid to party, his Master of The Mix reality show, Saigon’s upcoming mixtape and he even freestyled over some of his beats. Fun times! Bonus: Peep whole show here and playlist.
[vodpod id=Video.15943179&w=540&h=350&fv=] From the gym to the studio, Sai works up a sweat with the trailer for his upcoming Warning Shots 3: One Foot In The Grave mixtape with Just Blaze. Peep the first offering here. Shots fired January 24. mtv
It’s tough to judge this guy because he’s actually my friend but thankfully the hip-hop nation agrees—Justin Smith is one bad muthafucka behind the boards. And the man who helped build the soundtrack to the Rocafella dynasty proved that he’s still destined for more greatness in 2011. The hardest moment on Drake’s Take Care comes courtesy of him as he turns an obscure gospel sample (sung over by a live choir) into a musical masterpiece. MCs would kill to spit […]