Jayson Buford speaks with the Columbus-based veteran producer about his time on Definitive Jux, being kind of annoyed by his Mad Men theme, and his new record The Fun Ones
Max Bell introduces a new interview series with beatmakers from all over the world, starting with speaking to the Los Angeles beat scene veteran about the late Ras G and influential club night Sketchbook.
Son Raw speaks to the Detroit producer about his hometown and working with Boldy James on their forthcoming collaborative album Manger on McNichols.
An Interview With KEY! July 22, 2020
Will Schube recently spoke with Atlanta's most underrated rapper about using music to process heartbreak and producers riding Kenny Beats' wave.
Nicolas-Tyrell Scott speaks with the in-demand UK Drill producer about the genre's American counterparts and his Croydon upbringing.
Jack Riedy speaks with the veteran Chicago music journalist about his lifelong interest in alt-weeklies and his new book, compiled with his best feature writing from the Chicago Reader.
Raghava Lakshminarayana speaks with one of Mexican rock music's busiest talents about his new solo project and being a musician during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yousef Srour speaks to the San Francisco rapper about growing up in the Mission, being introduced to Memphis rap by his uncle, and his new album, 'THE PLAYA$ CIRCLE.'
TE P. speak with the DJ/producer/executive about being an accomplished child pianist, catching two felony charges at 16 and the wealth of knowledge he has gained as a rap industry veteran.
Brandon Callender speaks to the rising PG County star about once not cursing in his raps, his Nigerian heritage, and his Naruto fandom.