This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim continues his conversation with legendary Evil Dee. Evil Dee talks about how Rawkus Records could have succeeded, learning the business aspect of the music industry, Black Moon’s history, Beatminez Radio history, embracing technological development as a DJ and a new Black Moon Album.
This week on The Library with Tim EInenkel, Tim talks to Legendary Producer, Evil Dee. In Part 1 of this interview, the Black Noon DJ explains why drawing from a diverse set of musical influences helps with the creativity of his production. Dee remembers learning an instrument in 10 minutes, his West Indian parents’ love […]
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Jackie Spade. Recognized from the 2015 BET Hip-Hop Cypher with DJ Premier, the North Carolina MC talks about DJ, Lil Wayne’s influence on him, wanting to be a fly on the wall for Tupac’s Hit Em Up, the soulfulness of Southern Hip Hop, the writing process and […]
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, In part 1, Tim sits down with two legends, Grandmaster Caz and Grandmaster Melle Mel. The progenitors of hip hop talk about what inspired them, what differentiated them from others, and what the world was like when they were helping to form what we now know as […]
I first heard Rockaway Beach, New York City, native Bobby J on Instagram after he posted a video of MC and Producer, Kwame and himself going back and forth. Bobby J from Rockaway joins The Library with Tim Einenkel this week to talk about working with Kwame, musical influences, being from Rockaway Beach, why Biggie […]
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, the man who invented the scratch and the pioneer of the needle drop, Grand Wizard Theodore. The hip hop legend talks about the moment he invented the scratch and the importance of the needle drop. He talks about his own history in hip hop, his voice being sampled […]