This weekend I was in Miami at the revolt music conference,which was very well put together,all the right speakers and in the right city,the surprising thing to me was that, I didn’t see none of the young A&Rs or new known producers,which leads me to question how serious people really take this shit these days,or do niggas just think they know it all,like I never herd jimmy Iovine speak and I wasn’t gonna stay for the dinner,but something in me said,you might wanna go,just to see how he excepts his award,the preparation and his speech alone was a teaching,the things I walked away with and thought about all night was when he said he stepped down at interscope because he felt he couldn’t do anything else inside a record company,coming from 1 of the most successful record execs in the business,that’s pretty serious! Another one was him and his conversation with the head of Intel,he told the guy,what y’all are doing is killing our industry,the guy told him jimmy all industry’s are not meant to last forever,whoa!! That shit hit me pretty hard,Then his conversation he had with the head creator at bose,he asked him how did they tune there headphones and if he had every been in the studio,the guy said no,he called dre and said,its no way can lose,very valuble information,the ask Diddy,talk was very informative as well,he talked about his resilence and dedication to winning,i think thats the first time i’ve ever herd someone say that, my panel was dope because I got to hear timbaland say the same thing I been thinking,about all these new records using the same drum sounds and so much more,if you’re in the business of music or trying to be and you missed this,you should kick your self,haa
Drake returns with the drop of his new single called How About Now which samples jodeci my heart belongs to you. This is first single off Drake upcoming album titled Views from the 6.
MMG own Stalley unleashes a brand new visual for Always Into Something featuring Taylor Gang Ty Dolla $ign produced by Rashad. Stalley’s debut album Ohio hitting stores October 28th.
Rich The Kid gives the green light to premire his brand new visual for Goin Crazy which features Migos, produced by KE on The Track and directed by Gabriel Hart.