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Hustle in Brooklyn 1:00 how he got started in music 3:00 How Hip Hop got started 4:50 Sylvia Robinson 6:40 Hip Hop had to be heard live 8:20 His first Keyboard set 9:57 New Jersey Drive 13:00 Lil Kim Made rap sexy but did she want to? 14:00 Total Can’t You See remix 17:45 What separates a Beat Maker from a Producer 18:10 Notorious B.I.G. story 21:45 my first beat sold 25:20 How I first Biggie 28:20 Lil Kim Crush on you 28:55 Experiences with Bad Boy 31:00 How does it feel not to get credit for a record 36:00 Shout out to Trackmasters 37:30 Dame Dash Rant 39:00 Kanye West 42:40 Kanye West Last Call 44:30 Dealing with Rockafella 50:00 Lost Boyz - Get up Remix 52:00 Do you think the Culture is heading in a good direction 57:30 What is more important the check or the credit 1:04:13 What is the transition like between Soca vs Hip Hop? 1:06:50 What's the difference with dealing with a reggae artist and a Hip Hop artist? 1:10:10 Bounty Killa 1:12:20 Meeting Luther Vandross and Maya Angelou 1:18:43 Meeting Lynn Whitfield 1:21:26 Speaking with Maya Angelou 1:24:18 Music Modernization Act 1:26:00 Youtube is the trunk 1:30:00 Business of making music and the Music Business 1:34:50 Cardi B -Bodak Yellow and the Hustle 1:36:59 Social Media Era and artist presence 1:50:00 What happened to the New York sound? 2:01:00 Gatekeeper Vs Curators of Hip Hop 2:09:13 Respect from the younger generation 2:17:15 Metallica Concert Kill the Sandman affect on a generation 2:25:00 The problem with the phrase “Old School” 2:28:00 The way we consume music is going to change how we pass it on 2:31:00 Azia - crown heights 2:34:30 Social Media info 2:37:16 Rick Bel - London Ft JayArr Slim

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