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#61 Freshman_Woes

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Posted Yesterday, 10:53 PM

Blu + MED + Madlib album is still coming. Summer time. Check out what MED had to say...

 

http://brooklynradio...-wordsmith-med/

 

This is the most anticipated record of the year for me. Can't wait!


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Posted Yesterday, 11:01 PM

the dream lives on



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Posted Today, 02:25 AM

Blu said he was hyped about the collab in a tweet today. He's not the only one.



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Posted Today, 01:28 PM

Blu + MED + Madlib album is still coming. Summer time. Check out what MED had to say...

 

http://brooklynradio...-wordsmith-med/

 

This is the most anticipated record of the year for me. Can't wait!

 

Thought this was interesting

 

 

 can help with that. How did Bang Ya Head Entertainment come about?

Just an outlet for me to express myself. Dealing with Stones Throw, they have such big artists on there, and they have so many new artists at the same time. They can never give an artist enough attention because it’s a small team and big roster.

So, yeah, back in 2005 before my first album ever came out is when I first did Bang Ya Head. I just pretty much combined a lot of songs that I had done together for a mixtape, and we did it through Fat Beats. It did pretty well. Then we had to release my first album. And then, I went through years of just waiting on Stones Throw to put out my second album, which was five years later. It was kind of upsetting in a sense, but, you know, I understand where they’re coming from. Labels work as labels. Artists work as artists. They’re waiting for the big buzz. We just want to put the music out.

So, during that transition, I was just releasing Bang Ya Head. It came to where I got toBang Ya Head 3. I was like, “I’m going to release this for real and put the compilation out.” And then with the sale history, it just grew into getting a distribution deal with Fat Beats, and now we’ve got big albums coming. We’ve got that MED, Blu, Madlib album. That’s going to be huge. We just dropped the Axel F. It’s just another outlet for music. It’s just an outlet for fun.

 





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