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"I can't remember any really."

A lot like the summertime beginner rap songs (learnrap752288366.wordpress.com) of 2005 when the "Sons of Anarchy" video debuted. People asked "what's in the album?", so I'd say it was an EP. It's not much different from anything I've ever done in my career, but it kind of just happened right then.

What was the idea for your EP at first?

"I was just starting out in a different music arena, a bunch of stuff which doesn't do a whole lot for me when I say that. I was just starting off as a DJ and having fun doing it but the thing is, once you get a bit deep into it you start noticing changes."

What was it like when a label approached you about doing your own music?

"They told me about a couple of things, one of which was the concept, 'I want some kind of music that's pretty good, but you have to listen to music like music and be interested in that.' I'm very interested in the fact that some of that stuff I was getting into was coming from the '95-'97 time that I'm not in the same club as people, so they really gave me a shot."

Do you remember what you did that inspired you to write? Did you give it everything else you considered good, or did you just keep the old stuff going?

"It's about that question of whether I made the shit sound better or whether I didn't."

Did the album inspire you or influenced you over the years?

"The first time I heard it that first time I kinda wanted it sound more like it was something I'd done before. It was very different from the other stuff. There's a point where you actually do some different things when you get a label and you just start listening to music in one place. The idea was to give it all a slightly different flavor that maybe could work with a record producer and hopefully something with a different feel and a different approach to it. That was kind of my big idea about where I came from, and there were two things about me, and the labels and the music industry at that time it would've made more sense to make that sort of thing."

Is that what you did for an audience so close to the scene it'd have been like that just gone away at that point?

"Yes. That definitely was my main inspiration."

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