RAC x RZA

RAC x RZA

🐕 @gap @filtermagazine #styldby

🐕 @gap @filtermagazine #styldby

that’s one way of doing it. 🇺🇸

that’s one way of doing it. 🇺🇸

how to win the loudness wars

how to win the loudness wars

working on some jams with @penguinprison

working on some jams with @penguinprison

oh just boiling a shure sm57.

oh just boiling a shure sm57.

Anonymous said: hey i just checked out music for 18 musicians cause you mentioned it earlier and it was pretty excellent mad props for making it known

Here’s the link if anybody else wants to listen. 

Steve Reich – Music for 18 Musicians

Anonymous said: I don't think you get enough credit dude. You seem passionate about what you do and that's important nowadays cause it just seems like everybody is in this giant rat race just wanting to make the next big hit for the EDM hype train.

Thank you :) 

that’s ok, they’ll be gone in a year. 

Anonymous said: If given the opportunity would you work with pop artists like Rihanna, Lana Del Rey, or Lady Gaga on their albums? Not specific to pop stars, are there any artists you would want to work with?

I’m pretty open to collaborating with all people. The day you start limiting yourself is the day you get bored with what you do. 

On the other hand, people at that level generally have 4/5 co-writers that do all the actual work. Except for maybe Gaga, so that feels a bit crowded. 

I did a Katy Perry remix and had a blast. It was so much fun. Some people got angry at that. I’m not sure why, but she doesn’t take herself that seriously, why should I? 

Even somebody like Matthew Koma. He’s not exactly in my world and yet I ended up being pretty happy with the outcome. 

Pretentiousness is boring to me. 

I seem to have gone off on a tangent, but the true answer is any artist. 

PS: Out of the ones you mentioned, probably Ga Ga would be top of the list. She has personality and a strong voice. 

Anonymous said: So boobs huh? Good stuff.

so tite