Discussion in 'The Booth' started by JustCKing, Sep 23, 2020.
Still heated about the bold
this is what you call a struggle beat
This the Coli breh...don't ask too many questions
On the same token, you got people calling it wack and they too made judgements based on 11 seconds.
Wasn't the Sands an old casino in Vegas, hence the Sinatra reference?
It's a reference to one of his albums too
Yes, but it is more likely a reference to Sinatra's Sinatra At The Sands live album where he was accompanied by Count Baisie and his orchestra conducted by Quincy Jones.
Beat me to it.
Yeah Tim's first run when he was producing everything on his own, was dope and he made many classics.....than he hit a rut, enter his protege Danja and they both go on an incredible run.....Danja departs to stand on his own two and the quality consistency of Tim's tracks after suffers. I wouldn't call that a coincidence.
As for the things Danja had to say about working with Tim? Of course he's going to be diplomatic/humble, Tim put him on, and elevated him to another level. The way Danja speaks of Tim is more a sign of respect/appreciation.
Tim has become what Dr. Dre is now. The proteges put in the work, and the mentors add their touch/direct.
And that album was live at the Sands casino, I think? I think I know that reference from Casino.
Tumbaland didn't hit a rut. He had all kinds of hits and bangers in the years leading up to him working with Danja.
That isn't Danja just giving Timbaland respect just to give him respect. How are protégés going to put in work when they never had a hit prior to working with the mentor. What you are saying makes no logical sense. Danja after branching out on his own did what exactly? Show me what on Danja's resume post working with Timbaland is on par with what Timbaland did after working with Danja. I'll wait.
See ya'll are silent and NEVER bring up the resumes of the guys who supposedly did all the grunt work AFTER they stop working with the mentors who "only added touches". You telling me that Danja was out here giving artists the caliber of tracks he was doing with Timbaland?
People talking about Timbaland hit a rut before working with Danja:
"Dirt Off Your Shoulders" from TBA and LL's "Headsprung" were huge songs.
I been postin bout this song for years
Beat for that shyt was kinda wack... i was expecting MUCH better...