Revolt TV catches up with everyone from Young Chris to Pharrell and gets their thoughts on JAY Z’s classic LP, The Black Album. Watch as Just Blaze, 9th Wonder and several other collaborators celebrate the project’s 10th anniversary and explain what it was like to be a part of something so special. Other friends like DJ Khaled and Irv Gotti also show up to speak on what the album meant to them and its significant impact on Hip Hop.
Just Blaze sits down with Revolt TV to break down how JAY Z’s “Public Service Announcement” came about and made the final cut of The Black Album. Watch as the super producer explains how he made the instrumental at during a mixing session at Battery Studios in only 10 minutes and brought it to JAY Z. Though technically the album was already considered completed, Blaze reflects on Hov scrapping “Looking At My S. Dot’s” off the project and replacing it with “Public Service Announcement.”
Revolt TV links up with 9th Wonder to get a full detailed break down on his contributions to JAY Z’s “Threats” which is featured on the New York native’s classic LP, The Black Album. 9th looks back after 10 years and speaks on Hov bringing him the idea to sample R. Kelly’s “A Woman’s Threat” with only 25 minutes to work. The former Little Brother DJ-producer opens up about the added pressure he faced with people like Freeway and Cedric The Entertainer coming in and out of the studio at the time. 9th Wonder also enlightens viewers and explains that JAY Z put together his album in only a month.
Revolt TV catches up with producer 9th Wonder to get his thoughts on his “Threats” track which is featured on JAY Z’s classic LP, The Black Album. Speaking candidly with the camera, 9th reflects on being recruited by HOV to produce the track and shares details on the conversation the two shared when he learned that Cedric The Entertainer was going to be talking over the instrumental. In fact, 9th recalls the comedian telling JAY Z several times during their session to continue his career and to forget about retirement. Check out the preview to the latest episode of Revolt TV’s “The Gate.”
Revolt TV catches up with super producer, Just Blaze, and gets his thoughts on his contributions to JAY Z’s classic LP, The Black Album. Just decides to break down his creative direction on making the “Interlude” for Hov’s project. Check out Just speak on the song’s spacey vibe and reveals he’s the one who wrote the dialogue for the track and actually recorded the vocals.
The producers behind Jay-Z’s “What More Can I say” which was featured on the popular Black Album provide details behind how the track came together and insight into how they acquired their first beat placement. It’s always interesting to get background stories on how these types of dope collaborations came together. Check out the footy above to hear their story.