It helps you out as a producer too because you get an awareness of what people like and what goes down well in a dance so as a producer, that’s also really important. I started to move away from Fruity and got into Logic and that was the turning point. In terms of making a beat, I don’t really think I ever try and make one that sounds a certain way; I just do what I do on any given day. I turned the acapella on his CD ‘Blue Battlefiled’ into a tune and that was it. I wanted to make tunes on a Rick Ross tip because everyone was loving him at the time. The day I stop enjoying it is the day I’ll stop.
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It’s much more real How did it feel to suddenly be so in demand? I was lucky enough to catch up with the man himself at Rough Trade on Brick Lane to get his take on a whirlwind rise to the top. Gradually I started getting into mixing too and bought myself some decks – I was mixing garage, grime, house, everything really”.
I see it as a job that i enjoy and I’m lucky to be doing it.
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Apparently a lot of MCs were picking a lot of my beats to spit over too. I played ‘Dead Faze miyake take off ep and a ta,e others with Jammer alongside hosting and everyone was going mad but after a little while, I dropped ‘Gunpowder’ and it didn’t get the reaction I thought it would.
I am starting to look at mixing up different genres now but fqze losing my signature sound; same blueprint but with new and different elements I guess. Once I sent it to a few DJs though that was it, it was crazy man.
It does help that my studio is well set up at my house and I’m gake in it but I do just think of it as going to work. It is definitely my sound at the moment though and because it’s working so well, I’m running with it. Jammer clocked Spyro playing it on Rinse and got in touch, told me about the project and that was it. It helps you out as a producer too because you get an awareness of what people like and what goes down well in a dance so as a producer, that’s also really important.
Faze miyake take off ep suppose it’s a thing where I’ll have to swtich it up at some point but not hopefully not ovf. Simon Wright – – – A big thank you to Faze Miyake for giving us his time. Faze Miyake was one of grime’s most refreshing success stories inwith his take on bass-laden, hip-hop inspired beats capturing the grime scenes’ collective imagination to great effect. His breakthrough single ‘Take Off’, myake acknowledged as the year’s defining underground anthem, was selected as the official backing track for the third installment of rejuvenated legendary battle-series Lord of the Mics and follow up EP, ‘The Second Six’ also drew plaudits from all the right places.
I started to move away from Fruity and got into Logic and that was the turning point. We started offf work really hard together on lff and CDs from that point on and both of us started to get a faze miyake take off ep of recognition. Lots of people taake enquiring about it from there and once that started, it really broke me through.
Close your eyes and think of Christmas with Burberry…. It got me recognised, got my name out there and there was just no looking back. Flooding the scene with too much music decreases demand and makes me too accessible as an artist.
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The day I stop enjoying it is the day I’ll stop. It gets to a point where, after a little while, you’ve got nothing else to do or work on. Doing music independently keeps you in control – even if I signed a publising deal, I could always use my own to elevate and help out other guys coming through. Home News Features Take Off: How miykae it compare to producing?
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How did you get to where you are now? I’d been sitting on them for a while and put them together to put out and satisfy demand. I was already paying attention to the grime scene though so I didn’t try to get overly excited, but I did see it as a proper chance to get a breakthrough.
I actually had the tune sitting around for ages but everyone thought it sounded like a rap tune. More and more people came though and it just made sense to start doing it myself.
The demand for those beats came straight off the back of Lord of the Mics.