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Producers Discuss Working With Rappers [Open M.I.C Pilot EP1 Part 2] | Music Talk Show

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Producers Discuss Working With Rappers [Open M.I.C Pilot EP1 Part 2] | Music Talk Show

In this segment of Open M.I.C, three Producers weigh in on this music talk show with their experiences working with rappers during their time in the music industry. This three-part interview brings together rappers and producers with their perspectives and ultimately brings them together at the conclusion of this talk show.

The Producers: Devin Karter, Davion, and Delly Rollavelli provide music industry insight from their own personal experiences in this three-part interview between Rappers and Producers. If you missed Open M.I.C. EP 1 Part 1, check it out here

Episode 1, Part 2: Producers
0:00 Intro: Meet the Producers
0:21 What do you feel your role as a Music Producer is?
0:56 How would you describe your Producing style?
2:20 What do you feel your responsibilities are vs. the artist’s responsibilities?
4:31 How do you build thick skin?
5:56 Do you feel Music Producer’s are given enough credit?
9:54 Does your opinion about what a Music Artist does with the beat matters?
12:22 Do you feel it is important to learn how to play an instrument as a Music Producer?
16:53 Who are some Music Producers that inspire you?
18:01 Upcoming projects
19:04 Outro
19:29 Preview next episode

Follow the Producers on Instagram:
Devin Karter: @devinkartermusic
Davion: @daviiiiproductions3 
Delly Rollavelli: @kotwdelly  

Special Thanks To:
Te’Jal (TJ) Cartwright
Video and Editing: Agape Media
Sponsors: Hunny’s Bakery and The Oniru Group

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