Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Scratch Article

Did ya'll get a chance to read last month's Scartch article about ghost producing? It was a VERY interesting read. Check it out:

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So what do ya'll say? Wait to come out as your own producer? Or sell a beat to a bigtime producer to get your start in the game? Props to my boy Nick for the scans!


Anonymous Complex said...

Honestly I would rather wait. Like they say in tbe article, Signing over your work like that is just like selling your soul.

The only way I would be a "Ghost Producer" is if I really had a personal relationship with this "Big Name Producer." But if I knew one of those why would I need a Ghost Produce anyway.

They say good things come to those who wait anyway.

8:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thx for uppin, but there must be some other article with more details about ghostproducing (in the current issue I think)! Plz get that one...(Big A)

6:50 AM  
Blogger Rondell said...

man...i wouldnt be able to do it the way diddy and his Hitmen do it..90% of me says i'd wait

7:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Timbaland has had atleast 10 producers in his career ghost produce 4 him.

Hannon Lane
Scott Storch
Big Tank
Royal Court
and the Notorious DanjaHandz

if the opportunity came up I would take it in a heart 2 be real because to get i the game is harder than most people think.

10:50 AM  
Blogger Nick said...

i'm pretty sure scott didn't ghost produce for tim, he was credited as a co-producer.

and "big a"--i didn't up the ghost producing article because it is really about the pros and cons of ghost producing, nothing having to do with tim. go buy it.

2:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

nooo way Scott Storch ghost produced for Tim. never!
I am here in Germany - u forgot or didnt know?! (Big A)

6:09 PM  
Anonymous Alex Niedt said...

I kept waiting for the info on ghost-producing and it never came. That article was mildly interesting, but certainly not about "ghost-producing". What Diddy does is closer to the traditional concept of producing. What most of today's hip-hop "producers" do would not be considering producing by the vast majority of non hip-hop people. And this article's suspicious, negative tone is off the mark. What Diddy said about Dre being a real producer as opposed to today's typical beatmaker is on the money. Anyway, the definition of "producer" has changed with the hip-hop world, and that's cool, but to question the ability of those who still produce in the true sense of the term is wack. Making a beat does not equal producing a song.

2:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@ big-a

scratch is available everywhere in germany..

5:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

but not where I live here south of Stuttgart! (Big A)

5:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

quit being retarded... everybody knows scott ghost 4 tim. listen to those original Ms. Jade Tracks and tell me thats tim. be real, scott used to be hot he just fell off recently

10:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dawg listen: Scott Storch is deep in the game way b4 2000, he got one of the best and experienced managers in this game. He wouldnt even allow for one fuckin second a discussion about ghostproducing for this or this cat and not being in the credits!! if u want that fuckin paper, u gotta be in the credits ya dig! If Storch touched one fuckin pad, u'll see him in the credis. discussion closed (Big A)

12:30 PM  
Blogger Nick said...

ah big a--i get it, aidlingen, lmao didnt know it was you man.

2:38 PM  
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