J.I.D Has A No I.D. Collaboration Project In Development

J.I.D has some massive plans for 2019. Although he simply dropped his sophomore album DiCaprio 2 lower than a month in the past, J.I.D has no plans slowing down. The Dreamville signee not too long ago stopped by Beats 1 Radio to debate his new album, signing with J. Cole over Quality Control, working with No I.D on a brand new challenge, and extra. 

“I used to be unsure. When Cole reached out and was like, ‘Yo, simply maintain f for a second.’ I used to be not for it,” he defined his signing to Dreamville. “I used to be like, ‘Bro, that is now, you realize what I’m saying? I can eat.’ And I used to be an enormous fan Coach Ok, as a result of he’s like an Atlanta legend. And all people he works with is all high quality. So I used to be all for it. I wasn’t considering. Me ready was me being affected person.” When it involves 2019, J.I.D factors to his Dreamville cronies Earthgang earlier than he drops a touch about his subsequent challenge.

J.I.D Has A No I.D. Collaboration Project In Development

“2019 Earthgang is popping out. Earthgang is wonderful,” praised the ATLien. “They are going drop a tremendous challenge subsequent 12 months. I assure you that this challenge goes to undergo the ro. Then, I’m going to come back again with some extra stuff. I’m doing lots touring f this challenge, but it surely’s much more stuff popping out from my aspect. Then, I’m doing this challenge with No I.D. It’s cooked. It’s loopy. It’s just like the conceptual challenge I used to be speaking about. Everybody’s cooked, it’s wonderful.” Listen to the interview right here. 

No I.D. Says He, Kanye West, & Just Blaze Almost Made A Super Group

No I.D. is one probably the most revered producers within the hip-hop sport. He’s a longtime veteran that has helped assemble classics, and he is at all times recognized his value. That’s why No I.D. turned down a contract to grow to be half a Roc-A-Fella supergroup again within the late 90’s. No I.D. sat down on the Red Bull Music Festival, and Billboard studies that he defined why he did not be part of Kanye and Just Blaze on the Roc. 

“Around Resurrection I had developed a relationship with Roc-A-Fella, which was round JAY-Z’s first album,” No I.D. mentioned. After working with Jay some extra, No I.D. was fered a contract. “I simply didn’t just like the paperwork,” he continued. “I had labored all these years so I needed my cash now. It was me, Bink, Just Blaze, and Kanye, And me and Bink had been like, ‘we don’t like this enterprise.’ If you take a look at the again Beanie Sigel]’s The Reason album it says it was produced by all us for Roc the World. That was what the crew was gonna be. But all of us regarded on the paperwork and Just Blaze and Ye had been like ‘Alright. I don’t care. Whatever. We’re down. And  me and Bink had been like ‘Nah.’ It was humorous as a result of there have been sure folks after that occurred that we’re like ‘You blew it. It’s over. you’re a dummy.’ Because Roc-A-Fella explodes. But I had put a lot blood sweat and tears in earlier than that to simply be cool and accepted.”

Drake Submitted His "Sicko Mode" Verse The Day "Astroworld" Was Released

This 12 months’s ComplexCon noticed a gathering hip-hop’s most completed and promising minds. As half ComplexCon(versations), Everyday Struggle co-host Wayno mentioned a myriad music manufacturing associated subjects with artists Raekwon and No I.D in addition to Travis Scott’s longtime A&R, Sickamore. The panel, “New God Flow: How to Make a Rap Album in 2018,” touched on the evolution rap albums, and sparked debate on the character expertise’s affect on modern-day hip-hop.

While talking about La Flame’s previous initiatives, Sickamore revealed his distinctive means viewing every creation. “I feel an artist’s profession like a TV present,” he revealed. Building on his assertion, Sickamore likened Rodeo, Birds within the Trap Sing McKnight, and Astroworld to the seasons a tv sequence, every album serving as an outline look Scott’s private and pressional progress. Sickamore then went on to herald the advantages expertise revealing that Drake despatched it his accomplished “Sicko Mode” verse on the very day that Astroworld was launched. 

Sickamore’s friends nevertheless felt otherwise. No I.D. knowledgeable the panel that he believes that some have allowed expertise to intervene with the head to head communication and connection he deems obligatory for a profitable manufacturing. Raekwon’s stance falls someplace between that Sickamore’s and No I.D.’s as he maintains “all the pieces has to have a steadiness.” 

To see extra moments from ComplexCon, click on right here. 

Teyana Taylor, Vic Mensa, Pusha T & More To Perform At Chicago's Red Bull Music Festival

Just because the summer months are coming to an end it doesn’t mean music festivals have to also. Red Bull Music has announced that Chicago will now be yet another city to welcome the Red Bull Music Festivals, that has previously happened in cities such as New York and Los Angeles.

To kick f the first festival courtesy Red Bull in the windy city, acts such as Vic Mensa, Cupcakke, and Valee will be performing as well as Teyana Taylor, Desiigner, and Pusha T. Chicago bred producer NO I.D. will also take part in the festival to sit down and discuss his successful career. 

“Red Bull Music Festival Chicago will explore and celebrate Chicago’s rich cultural heritage while spotlighting its modern music landscape,” an ficial statement reads, courtesy Fader.

If you’re a Chi-town resident, or you’re looking to visit another city in November, you can buy your tickets as September 25th on the ficial site. Aside from the GOOD Music showcases, tickets for the daily shows at various different venues across the city range from $10 to $20. 

No I.D. Says Jay-Z's "4:44" Was Originally A Seven Song Album

Kanye West has spent the last few months curating and producing projects from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Out there, in the middle nowhere, ‘Ye had the idea to keep the projects short. For whatever reason Kanye does things, he decided that seven songs was the number he wanted for each the projects. Everyone except Teyana Taylor stuck to that plan (she has eight songs on her project), which left many fans asking for more content. It’s better to have the fans asking for more music than being exhausted with too much though, and that may have been a concept Jay-Z thought about when making 4:44.

Producer No I.D. sat down on TIDAL to break down Jay-Z’s last album, which he fully crafted himself. When speaking about the track “Legacy,” No I.D. revealed that the project was initially meant to hold seven tracks. “This might have been the second or third record we did,” he says “Legacy.” “And he immediately said this would be the outro. Ironically, we were trying to do a seven-song project. The irony it all, right?” The album expanded to a couple extra songs because No I.D. was creating too many hits for Jay to pass up. “But it just kept spilling over to more songs and he loved Donny Hathaway,” he explains.