CHEF BYER Q&A
An artist that you started listening to at a young age and still frequently listen to ?
This is a difficult one. Gangstarr. The production on those legendary albums really drew me into the world of hip-hop at a young age. I was 6 when I saw “Mass Appeal‘ for the first time on Rap City. I still bump “Hard to Earn” and “Moment of Truth” till this day.
Favorite Album of all time ?
“Ready to Die” Notorious B.I.G.
If you could collab with any artist living or dead ?
If I wasnt making music I would be…..? -
a registered nurse living with great health benefits and a govt. pension plan
Any Ideas on how to help the music industry grow ?
haha Ask me this in a few years
Favorite song of your own or worked on or placement? -
“Now I Know” for Andy Mineo…I had a lot of fun creating that beat.
I hate it when rappers……….. -
Marginalize their potential by conducting bad business
Favorite movie? -
Fav Sneaker? -
Nike Air Trainer Huarache
Where do you see music in ten years from now?
The market will be filled with independent labels…and I’ll be around
A vst plugin or outboard gear that gets used on every or most records u make – Fruity EQ 2…my favourite
First thing you made a beat with/on -
Creative Labs Wav Editor…I used to chop samples and line them up with drum loops. The beats were dope, but the process was super advanced lol I’m surprised what patience and creativity I had with that simple wav editor.
Fav compressor -
API -2500 (digital version by Waves)
Fav Beatles song?
Fav Stevie wonder song?
Any plugs shout outs ect?
Shoutout to everyone who ever bought or downloaded a song I produced. I love y’all.
Fav Dr.Dre Song or album (doggy style counts)
The Cronic 2001 – That album is incredible…not one bad song from start to finish.