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Video: Behind The Hustle w/ Keelay

Keelay of (Keelay & Zaire) speaks to BMUSE for his new interview series on Always Hustle.com:

The idea here is to talk to artists and musicians about their craft and what they have to do in order to produce great work and survive in an age where everything is free online. The interviews will be split up in parts and will be between 20 and 30 minutes in length. This is a clip from my recent sit down with Keelay. In this piece he talks about the experience of putting out his recent album “Ridin High” and what it was like to work with some of the featured artists who contributed to the album.

Previously: Jern Eye – Get Down (prod. Keelay & Zaire) (Video)


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43 Responses to “Video: Behind The Hustle w/ Keelay”

  1. Premier Says:

    im scared to debate on Nahright. niggas will go after you lol

  2. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    @Joe
    the casual fan bought Doe or Die for Sugarhill. the hardcore fan has purchased every other AZ album since then. same goes for Cormega, Mobb Deep, Raekwon, Styles, Cam’ron, Scarface, etc. w/o the hardcore fan, NONE of these rappers would have a career past their first album. and it’s b/c of that reason that your statement is false.

  3. the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:

    yes, Cam uses alot more fucking style with all of his rhymes. a shitload more. i’m not even sure how you measure a shitload, but i know it’s alot.

  4. Charles Oakley Says:

    That AZ joint with Nas, the Essence, wooo, that shit is slick

  5. Charles Oakley Says:

    “Nigga, you James Bond”

  6. Joe 88 Says:

    @Joe
    the casual fan bought Doe or Die for Sugarhill. the hardcore fan has purchased every other AZ album since then. same goes for Cormega, Mobb Deep, Raekwon, Styles, Cam’ron, Scarface, etc.

    ^So, thanks to the hardcore fans, AZ is on a indie now, Cam last record went treadmill (no where fast) mobb deep went indie, sold out (in the hardcore fans eyes) and signed with G-Unit, then went to a indie again, styles went indie, Cormega never released a project on a major, and face had the south (basiclly a support group) only person that had some type of success was rae (which is still a surprise)

    >w/o the hardcore fan, NONE of these rappers would have a career past their first album. and it’s b/c of that reason that your statement is false.

    ^this is what your not getting, NONE OF THEM HAD A SOLID CAREER AFTER THERE DEBUT ALBUMS sales wise except for cam and that’s cause he was on the hottest label at the time, and had a “hit single” with oh boy, and hey ma, but once he stop making those type of singles, back to no careers man land. If the hardcore fans help these artist after the debut albums, WHY THE FUCK DID MOP SELL 1’200 ALBUMS there first week last year?

  7. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # the return line o.k.a. moment of relapse Says:
    January 28th, 2010 at 6:12 pm

    yes, Cam uses alot more fucking style with all of his rhymes. a shitload more. i’m not even sure how you measure a shitload, but i know it’s alot.
    __________________________________________________________-

    what do you mean by style?

    Is cam a lyrical rapper?

  8. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    Yes cam is very lyrical. . .sometimes

  9. Joe 88 Says:

    cam only went platinum cause of hit singles with the roc, with melodic flows, and sing a long hooks, fact! So much for “hardcore fans”

  10. NovemberEnd Says:

    *searches NR archives for anything remotely interesting*

  11. Boos Bigelow Says:

    # The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:
    January 28th, 2010 at 6:22 pm

    Yes cam is very lyrical. . .sometimes
    _____________________________________________________________

    If you recall Cam was known as the nursery Rhyme rapper.

  12. Charles Oakley Says:

    Honestly, it’s a miracle Nas has released as many major label albums and sold as many albums as he has. I’m not quite sure how he did it, but Illmatic must have left one hell of an impression (I was like 4 when it came out).

  13. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    @Joe
    are you trying to convince me to join the casual fan brigade or something? Just wondering. I’m not sure what your point is but all I’m saying is that casual fans gave soulja boy a career. Hardcore hiphop fans don’t do that. Off the strength of that alone, the opinion of the casual listener shouldn’t matter in terms of serious music debates

  14. Boos Bigelow Says:

    Casual Fans also gave Jim Jones and Maino a career too.

  15. Boos Bigelow Says:

    along with tony yayo and lloyd banks

  16. Charles Oakley Says:

    Casual Fans also gave Jim Jones and Maino a career too.
    ^
    Wait…Maino has a career?

  17. verses Says:

    # NovemberEnd Says:
    January 28th, 2010 at 6:27 pm

    *searches NR archives for anything remotely interesting*

    ^^^^

    co-sign.

    *daps nov end*

    Ill see you in october 2006.

    *gets in time machine*

  18. Frank Lurkas Says:

    If the hardcore fans help these artist after the debut albums, WHY THE FUCK DID MOP SELL 1′200 ALBUMS there first week last year?

    ^i think mop only has 1200 hardcore fans dude

  19. verses Says:

    Wait…Maino has a career?

    ^^^^^^^^^^^

    yeah beating the shit out of lil cease.

    *goes back to october 2006*

  20. D. Billz Says:

    # Joe 88 Says:
    January 28th, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    >Is ‘Pants on the Ground’ song a rip-off?

    General Larry Platt’s wacky rap became an overnight sensation, but a duo claims the song was their idea

    ^SMH. Is this old nigga even making any bread off this song? Niggas already ready to steal his 15 minutes of fame. Just let that old nigga sing “pants on the ground” while doing sit ups with a skully on for christ sakes.

    SMH

    ^ *does ass-naked breakdance spins on hot coals*

  21. Nanyanen: Miami-street, but ex-Pat like Miami Heat Says:

    # Charles Oakley Says:
    January 28th, 2010 at 6:13 pm

    That AZ joint with Nas, the Essence, wooo, that shit is slick

    ^^
    AZ is ill but he fits a niche (II)
    He’s the GZA of Queens crack rap.
    If there had been a real Queens Wu-tang type group (Bravehearts does not count… for anything) he would’ve kilt shit. plane and cymbals.
    I guess the Firm was the closest rap fans ever got to that… but it was too mafioso to fit the type of supergrop Im imagining.

  22. Joe 88 Says:

    No, i’m telling you to be open minded, cause at the end of the day, majority of these artist you like, would’ve never got a shot in the industry if it wasn’t for casual fans. It really doesn’t matter to me what kind of fan you are, but it’s pointless to still debate if your gonna be so closed minded about everything.

    And my point is, hardcore fans preach, but rarely take any type of action to support who they stan for, except the ones that come a dime a dozen, while casual fans support artist w/o needing a rappers protfolio.

    The same fans of soulja boy, was fans of “hey ma” too.

    How tha fuck did we get this far in the first place? (n)

  23. Charles Oakley Says:

    G-Unit – Follow Me Gangsta
    usershare.net/ir5z892o696r

    Still walk around wit’ the hammer boss
    Rope and a cross
    Hard times’ll make a lil’ nigga hate Santa Claus
    Your mountains is high, holdin’ in Diana Ross
    I’m like a 2003 banana Porsche

  24. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    @Joe
    is it safe to equate casual fan with pop fan? I only ask because I’m trying to get a grasp on your definition of successful career. Btw, only a handful of rappers have “successful” albums drop in the last few years. That has more to do with technology advancing faster than the music industry can handle

  25. NovemberEnd Says:

    co-sign.

    *daps nov end*

    Ill see you in october 2006.

    *gets in time machine*
    ^^^^^^
    a lot of “for archive purposes” type of treads lately…can’t remember the last note worthy song or interview posted on this site…

  26. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    AZ is brooklyn not queens.

  27. Charles Oakley Says:

    I remember when I thought Lloyd Banks was next

  28. NovemberEnd Says:

    D4L/DFB Killed Hip Hop

    Tuesday, June 20th, 2006

  29. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    For any artist to garner any type of success they must utilize the casual fan base. Fact. I understand this. I also understand that the casual fan base predominately consists of idiots who lack the ability to appreciate and recognize artistic integrity. Nobody appreciates art but artists. Fact.

  30. Joe 88 Says:

    is it safe to equate casual fan with pop fan? I only ask because I’m trying to get a grasp on your definition of successful career.

    ^either a increase in success, or slightly maintaining some type of success after reaching your peak (n). You saying guys like AZ had a successfull career after doe or die is BS. He might’ve had critically acclaimed albums after DOD, but that doesn’t = success. So that deaded that point.

    >Btw, only a handful of rappers have “successful” albums drop in the last few years.

    ^True, but most of the guys you named wasn’t gonna sell alot of records reguardless off the decrease in record sales. And rae did well out the gate in this climate (the exception like I noted) after a close to a 10 year hiatus, what’s these other guys excuses? Where’s the success after the debuts?

    It’s a known fact that most hardcore fans don’t support there artist, I don’t understand how you can’t see that

  31. Boos Bigelow Says:

    The problem with people like return is he’s older now and wants to cherish the music he loved growing up as a youth. Not realizing that the same music he loved growing up as a kid his teachers, parents and his elders most likely didn’t have an interest or didn’t like that music at all. He points to recent hip-hop acts as a source of dying but fails to learn history that there were novelty hip-hop acts such as the ones going on today. He mentions the word “lyrics” as a smokescreen and a mechanism for saying the style of rap he listened to is superior to music that is currently out. Little does he know that the music in his youth was critiqued in the same manner that how its critiqued now. History repeats itself all over again yet he fails to learn from it.

    He throws out phrases “where are the lyrics” and references soulja boy but never did he use them when those same type of acts came during his youth. Its not so much the lyrical content as it is the style. The content in Hip-hop has been the same for the past 15-20 years. Money, hoes and bitches. If He’d just admit that he has a certain bias for a certain style of music in a particular region and that he’s a product of his upbringing he will be more honest with himself.

  32. D. Billz Says:

    I also understand that the casual fan base predominately consists of idiots who lack the ability to appreciate and recognize artistic integrity

    ^Opinion. Some people aren’t into music like that and just buy what they like. Everybody isn’t a hiphop head, or even that much into music.

  33. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    Okay I must go provide food for my family.
    Late. That’s short for later.

  34. Joe 88 Says:

    For any artist to garner any type of success they must utilize the casual fan base. Fact. I understand this.

    ^Now ya learnin (c) Ol’ Dirty Bastard

  35. D. Billz Says:

    *dapz for everyone*

  36. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    @boos
    yes I admit I do have a bias for a certain type of music – good music.

  37. D. Billz Says:

    # Boos Bigelow Says:
    January 28th, 2010 at 6:50 pm

    The problem with people like return is he’s older now and wants to cherish the music he loved growing up as a youth. Not realizing that the same music he loved growing up as a kid his teachers, parents and his elders most likely didn’t have an interest or didn’t like that music at all. He points to recent hip-hop acts as a source of dying but fails to learn history that there were novelty hip-hop acts such as the ones going on today. He mentions the word “lyrics” as a smokescreen and a mechanism for saying the style of rap he listened to is superior to music that is currently out. Little does he know that the music in his youth was critiqued in the same manner that how its critiqued now. History repeats itself all over again yet he fails to learn from it.

    He throws out phrases “where are the lyrics” and references soulja boy but never did he use them when those same type of acts came during his youth. Its not so much the lyrical content as it is the style. The content in Hip-hop has been the same for the past 15-20 years. Money, hoes and bitches. If He’d just admit that he has a certain bias for a certain style of music in a particular region and that he’s a product of his upbringing he will be more honest with himself.

    ^This be the realest shit he ever wrote. I had to do a lot of self-reflecting and asked myself was I becoming one of them nerd ass niggas that be stankin’ and hoggin’ up the front stage at Backpacker XYZ show. Then one day I dropped my guard and started not givin’ a fuck because I was diggin’ the music. Now my line-up consists of Max B, Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y, Rawse, and Jeezy. But ninjas like Serius Jones, Ruste Juxx, Jay Electronica, Freeway, Joe Budden, etc. still get major spins too. I’m not a one-dimensional person so it’s hard for me to pretend that I don’t fuck with somethin’ when I do.

    Furthermore you’d be surprised at how much one artist fuck with another artist’s music and neither of them sound alike musically. Who would’ve though Curren$y and Mos Def would be doing songs together? I fucks with Dame (and always have) for bridging the gap between artists. Real Rap.

  38. NovemberEnd Says:

    Moment Of Clarity Of Boosie?

  39. NovemberEnd Says:

    EDIT

    For

  40. The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:

    The music I listened to IS superior to the music that’s out now.

  41. NovemberEnd Says:

    those who write with excessive typos will inherit the earth

  42. verses Says:

    # The return line o.k.a. Moment of relapse Says:
    January 28th, 2010 at 7:01 pm

    The music I listened to IS superior to the music that’s out now.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^

    *buys a time machien for return so he can back in time and leave us alone*

    *no shots*

  43. Boos Bigelow Says:

    New post

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