“I didn’t want this to be just another album,” say producer Adrian Younge, the [other] architect behind Ghostface Killah‘s latest album, Twelve Reasons to Die. Listening to the album, it’s clear that what Younge wanted is exactly what happened. Featuring incredibly rich production, Twelve Reasons to Die reminds us of the kind of presence that a producer can have without a sonic stamp (ie. “Mike Will Made It”). Via NEhip-hop.com, listen to Adrian Younge explain the motivations behind his production style. Some of these motivations are slightly too nostalgic, possibly even conservative, but Younge has an interesting take nonetheless.
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