Life+Times catches up with DJ Mustard out in California as the newest Roc Nation signee breaks down his creative direction, passion for music and much more. Take a look as Mustard praises Steve Aoki’s movement and shares his hopes to follow the DJ’s same business model in order to fill a void in Hip Hop with and hold down his own tour. Mustard also speaks on his upcoming album which is in the works and addresses his influence in club’s around the world with his style of production. The Los Angeles native explains why he hopes to demonstrate his versatility more, links up with Will.I.Am at Record Plant and touches on using music as means of staying out of trouble as a kid.
Waka Flocka stops by Revolt TV for an interview and touches on a number of topics which includes his growth as an artist, Trinidad James, Flockavelli 2 and much more. Waka kicks things off by touching on the transition of his career from “Hard In The Paint” to doing EDM tours with Steve Aoki. Flocka continued by explaining why he feels Hip Hop is now boring and plagued with too many politics. The New York bred rapper also shares his thoughts on Trinidad James’ recent New York rant and calls the Atlanta native disrespectful. Waka elaborated on the controversy by stating that James is now forced to watch his back in the city. Before heading out, Waka Flocka Flame speaks on Flockavelli 2, his label Brick Squad Monopoly and his new game app.
Steve Aoki sits down for an interview with Snoop Dogg on GGN. The DJ breaks down his humble beginnings in music and speaks on his transition into electronic music. Aoki touches on his EDM sound, breaks down his approach to how he DJ’s at a club compared to a festival and so much more. Before calling it a wrap, Snoop partakes in a little Q&A session with Aoki and as usual a sexy weather girl shows up about midway into things.