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Blockhead: The Rhapsody Interview

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Blockhead: The Rhapsody Interview

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Blockhead isn't the brooding, dark entity that fans find in his music, as we find out in this exclusive, at-times hilarious conversation with the indie hip-hop producer. In fact, he confesses that Uncle Tony's Coloring Book is a deliberate step back from the melancholy of his first two solo releases, and more of what we find on his collaborations with Aesop Rock. He does get serious for a moment when the conversation turns to the crime of sampling debate in hip-hop, but only until he gets back to talking about his dream of working with the Ghetto Boys' Willy D and our mutual love for classic soul.

About This Album

Blockhead isn't the brooding, dark entity that fans find in his music, as we find out in this exclusive, at-times hilarious conversation with the indie hip-hop producer. In fact, he confesses that Uncle Tony's Coloring Book is a deliberate step back from the melancholy of his first two solo releases, and more of what we find on his collaborations with Aesop Rock. He does get serious for a moment when the conversation turns to the crime of sampling debate in hip-hop, but only until he gets back to talking about his dream of working with the Ghetto Boys' Willy D and our mutual love for classic soul.

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About This Album

Blockhead isn't the brooding, dark entity that fans find in his music, as we find out in this exclusive, at-times hilarious conversation with the indie hip-hop producer. In fact, he confesses that Uncle Tony's Coloring Book is a deliberate step back from the melancholy of his first two solo releases, and more of what we find on his collaborations with Aesop Rock. He does get serious for a moment when the conversation turns to the crime of sampling debate in hip-hop, but only until he gets back to talking about his dream of working with the Ghetto Boys' Willy D and our mutual love for classic soul.