Loose Links: Drumma Boy, Ghostface Killah, Lord Finesse's Ten Favorite Samples
Drumma Boy talks classical music, Sean P explains why "Supreme Clientele" is Ghost's G.O.A.T., and Lord Finesse flips through his favorite samples.
With production credits from the likes of Ludacris, T.I., Wiz Khalifa and more, producer Drumma Boy has had more than his fair share of hits, and with over half a decade in the game, he's most likely inspired a few hit-makers of his own. But fans might be a little surprised to find out who inspired the producer himself: Beethoven. Now, the chart-topping Nashville producer has joined forces with the Huffington Post to write about why the classical music is one of his biggest musical inspirations.
Complex is back with another installment of their "End of Discussion" debate series, and this time, they tackle one that hits close to home for fans of the Wu-Tang Clan: which of Ghostface Killah's albums is better, Ironman or Supreme Clientele? So Complex brought in Sean Price to lay down the law and explain why he feels Ghost's sophomore release trumps his '96 debut. Check out the full piece to see why, but if you disagree, remember - don't say shit to Ruck.
When it comes to flipping a sample, few can match skill of the Diggin' In the Crates alum Lord Finesse. Throughout his two decade-plus career, the Funky Man broke countless classic samples and provided timeless instrumentals for the likes of the Notorious B.I.G. and Big L. So egotripland decided to catch up with the legendary Bronx emcee and producer to dig through the crates for his ten favorite samples used in Hip Hop.