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522: The Library - D.I.T.C.'s Buckwild - Bridging Hip Hop's Generational Gaps

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This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim sits down with legendary producer, DITC's Buckwild. Topics discussed:  Years 1993, '94 and '95 being turning points for Hip Hop music, the late, great Big L, the role of a producer, how a trip to L.A. helped shape the Buckwild production sound, learning about R&B from Babyface and being influenced by The Bomb Squad. Buckwild also talks secrets to radio play, the gift and curse of having hit records, what makes O.C.,  Pharoahe Monch and others complete artist, Puffy wanting to manage O.C., Rawkus Records changing the game. The Bronx producer discusses about how many of today's artist are not elevating the art form and much much more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com