What are some of yall's favorites/types of these vids? Genius has started doing those "deconstructed" joints which show producers walking through songs they've produced. vox does the video essays (that's def a thing now, right?) where they dive into certain elements of a particular song. Rhythm Roulette does the on the spot beatmaking ones.
I'd love to see more behind the scenes/making of stuff that's been released. like, it would be cool to see bts of a rihanna writing camp that ends up with a hit song, or a straight, unedited hour of a 9th wonder/rapsody session, or SOBxRBE working on a record etc.
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3. "RE: artists you wanna see in-studio footage of/recs" In response to Reply # 0 Mon Oct-08-18 11:00 PM by obsidianchrysalis
DJ Premier, especially footage of him cooking up a beat in front of an MC.
Biggie assembling his verses by chilling in the studio
The Roots, it's one thing to watch a producer create a beat on his / her own, it's another thing entirely to have to workshop a beat together which 6 other people.
Kendrick, it would be interesting to see him form his final songs from the demo version. I don't know anything about his process really but I wonder if he's just doing take after take to fine tune the finished product of if he just gets up and spits it out.
De la, especially the sessions with Prince Paul
Prince, I'm not a big fan of his but he's such a great artist that seeing him work would be interesting.
5. "^^ all of the above words." In response to Reply # 4
>RE: Shit, pretty much anything before the "Everything is content" era. >Missy's first album. > >Pretty much anything from the initial Dungeon Family run. > >I'm sure a lot of our favorite artists pre-2000 were like >"Nah, get them fuckin cameras outta here, that shit fucks up >the vibe." >
12. "Bjork's first three albums for sure" In response to Reply # 0
Rumours by Fleetwood Mac Esthero's Breath from Another The Miseducation St Vincent's first album, Marry Me Outkast's double album Pet Sounds Dylan's Blood On The Tracks, especially the recording of Idiot Wind
Here is a recent video of Lauryn Hill talking to her studio musicians before they record a cover of Chances Are