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I feel like there's always something to prove.
I listen to music constantly, and I'm always hearing things I love that I'm excited to use.
With rap music, there are billions and billions of samples that are uncleared that people have never been bothered about on an underground level.
I have my small little cult following, I play random shows from house parties to opening up for rock bands.
I want the material I make to be mine; that's always the goal of the record and of the show.
I always like to borrow bits and pieces of things. There's a line between jumping on something that's happening and incorporating bits and pieces of it into my work.
Me and my friends would drive for eight hours to play for twenty people. That was cool, and if a couple of people bought t-shirts, that would be the greatest thing. We could go eat some hamburgers that night.
I can't wait to wake up in the morning and listen to music in order to try to find something to work with.
Something that distinguishes my solo work from normal rap production is that it has a lot of melody - it's not just cutting up a song and having someone rap over it.
I am always excited for gaps of time where I can actually hang out with my friends.
I'll put out an album, and people review it, and some people love it, and some people tear it apart. By nature of the project, I've always wanted this to be something where people react strongly to it.
I make a living off of playing shows; the albums only make me a fraction of what I make off of shows, especially since I'm doing around 100 shows a year.
I'm interested in anyone cutting up music and doing remixes. I just don't think it would work in a live setting right now to do shows with a traditional DJ, but it's something that might happen eventually.
I think some people form the traditional DJ worlds misunderstand where I'm coming form.
When I would play pop music at underground shows, it was offensive to some people. I wasn't doing it to piss people off: I just didn't believe in those strong divisions that you're supposed to listen to this or that.
A lot of people aren't aware of the years and years of humiliation and horrible shows I've played.
I guess people naturally try to find meaning in music.
The music is in no way politically based - I'm not trying to make a point about sampling. It may bring up issues but I'm not trying to push it on anyone.
I think collaborating with a DJ could be interesting musically and it's something that I'd like to get into down the road, but I think on the live show tip I'm sticking to my guns for right now.
My dad's been one of those dads who loves showing newspaper articles to the neighbors.
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