in the summer of 2006 I went back to new york to produce „the change up“ for brooklyn rapper jus nyce. it’s said to be “…the ultimate urban real recognizes real brooklyn-bred hip hop experience”.

jus nyce "the change up"

jus nyce "the change up"

we did the whole album from finding beats, producers to writing the songs to recording and producing the whole album in only 6 weeks! most artists take at least a year to complete one album.

it’s a good example of parkinson’s law: keep your timeline as short as possible to force yourself to concentrate on only the essentials and accomplish whatever you whish for in the most efficient manner and short amount of time!

“the change up” is the first album I released containing music I haven’t written and arranged myself. except for the song “can’t stop me”, all the material is by outside hiphop producers such as rsonist from the heatmakers, ray rosario, rick steel, dot silly and others.

we recorded the album (just as the single let’s get it on tonight) at quad studios with eric jensen, who works with busta rhymes and is one of the coolest, fastest and down to earth sound engineers I have ever encountered! I think without him we wouldn’t have been able to complete the recording in such a short amount of time.

Summer of 2006

I went back to new york to produce „the change up“ for brooklyn rapper jus nyce. it’s said to be “…the ultimate urban real recognizes real brooklyn-bred hip hop experience”.
we did the whole album from finding beats, producers to writing the songs to recording and producing the whole album in only 6 weeks! most artists take at least a year to complete one album.

it’s a good example of parkinson’s law: keep your timeline as short as possible to force yourself to concentrate on only the essentials and accomplish whatever you whish for in the most efficient manner and short amount of time!

“the change up” is the first album I released containing music I haven’t written and arranged myself. except for the song “can’t stop me”, all the material is by outside hiphop producers such as rsonist from the heatmakers, ray rosario, rick steel, dot silly and others.

we recorded the album (just as the single let’s get it on tonight) at quad studios with eric jensen, who works with busta rhymes and is one of the coolest, fastest and down to earth sound engineers I have ever encountered! I think without him we wouldn’t have been able to complete the recording in such a short amount of time.

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