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Video: Just Blaze Interview w/ The Wall Street Journal

Just Blaze sits down with Lee Hawkins for a Wall Street Journal piece called “The Business of Beats”. In the clip he walks us through the creation of “Higher”, his collaboration with Baauer, speaks on his involvement with VH1’s Master of The Mix and of course, the business of making beats.

Previously: Just Blaze & Baauer – HIGHER


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40 Responses to “Video: Just Blaze Interview w/ The Wall Street Journal”

  1. Gob Bluth Says:

    Just to point you in a good direction:

    See if the area you’re looking to buy in have the adjacent property program. A lot of times it’s just the ANLAP. You can buy the lot next to, or on the block of the property you want to buy for 10% of the asking price, or the tax price. Most of the time the alderman’s office will take what’s the cheaper route.

    It’s big in underdeveloped and dilapidated areas. Especially high risk areas.

    Save yourself a massive chunk of change if you’re buying in bulk.

    Thank Me Later.

    ^

    *daps

    that’s real

  2. TS-LTE Says:

    TS-LTE
    43 mins ago
    don`t mean to nitpick BUT I despise blonde weaves/hair on a black woman.

    Looks cheap(opinion)

    ^

    I despise weave in general.

    Like, if I can’t lie about my assets and bank statements, she shouldn’t be able to lie about her genetic makeup.

    I’m taking make-up, weave, push up bras, stomach pressers, alla that fuck shit.

    If you take care of yourself, you wouldn’t need nunna that shit.

    Stop lying to niggas.

    ^

    LMAO. I just came in to talk this point tho. Didn’t mean to get into alla that.

    Anyone else agree?

  3. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    gob, you set dat llc up, get dat website, cop dem signs, make dem biz cards, etc

    you tryna go that route?

    Cost you about 750-1000 start up.

    You can also buy the properties and get em sec 8 approved an rent em guaranteed income but slow to recoup and ppl may ruin your property

  4. Oh4werd Says:

    “Curren$y gets me sooooo wet “

    ” I named myself after a song his pal made”

  5. TS-LTE Says:

    *daps

    that’s real

    ^

    Yeah. I don’t really feel any type of way when niggas start complaining. If aint doing shit to build it up, then by all means, negate from convo talking about tearing it down. I earned that privilege to talk that talk and try to make a difference. Others not so much.

    Words mean nothing with no executed plan of action.

  6. harlem world Says:

    i can tell gob bluth is nigerian

    the way he talks about people

    like they can be bought and sold like poker chips

  7. Troyvul Says:

    Oh4werd Says:

    April 10th, 2013 at 11:38 am
    “Curren$y gets me sooooo wet “
    ^
    Nahhhh *Chief Keef Voice*

  8. Oh4werd Says:

    Words mean nothing with no executed plan of action.

    ^^^

    Facts on facts on facts

  9. The Architek Says:

    i can tell gob bluth is nigerian

    the way he talks about people

    like they can be bought and sold like poker chips

    ^^

    hahahaha

  10. Gob Bluth Says:

    You can also buy the properties and get em sec 8 approved an rent em guaranteed income but slow to recoup and ppl may ruin your property

    ^

    this

    was actually lookin into this coz the plan would be to hold for a few years

    but yea people ruining your shit could be a real problem

  11. F YOU PAY ME! Says:

    it aint rocket science

    the bougie nigga is the problem

    that bourgeious ass nigga

    the house nigga

    that lemonade pitcher pourin ass nigga

    thats the problem

    a nigga get a good job some money n his pocket what he do?

    whats the first thing he do?

    run to some crackas…live where crackkas live

    the black mans level of YEARN for crackas is fucking disgusting

    alot of college educated niggas came out the hood

    problem is they shoulda STAYED there…rebuilt the community

    how the fuck u gon rebuild a community when every nigga in a position of power leaves

    thats why the only role models are niiggas that hustle n the hood and rappers

    because the niggas that handle they business on the legal end and get good jobs yearn to be around crackas
    so all thats left is the dirtballl lazy niggas..and the only stand up ones had drug dealers ..rappera or athletea as role models so they chose one

    niggas been.yearnin to be round crackas since we was set free

    fuckin disgusting

    niggas aint shit

  12. cOLD Says:

    tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    April 10th, 2013 at 11:37 am
    flippin houses>>><<<

    ^ not for the faint of heart… lucrative if you can weather the storms.

  13. The Architek Says:

    tkf,

    cold,

    I’m curious…

    what were the harrowing parts of flipping houses?

    just people fuckin up your shit? or buying a place and the repairs being worth more than the property?

  14. Black Says:

    niggas aint shit

    ^^^^^

    All comes down to personal preservation vs greater good.

  15. Gob Bluth Says:

    Heres the thing, working/interning in finance has taught me one thing

    What goes up must come down & vice versa

    so i look for opportunities that way, a lot of these places/properties are at rock bottom, no place else to go but up

    so i’m just tryin to capitalize, hedge funds have been buying up distressed properties like crazy & Obama just said he wants to restart subprime

    the money is gonna be made whether niggas like it or not, i just want my piece

  16. Oh4werd Says:

    All comes down to personal preservation vs greater good.

    ^^^

    Basically.

  17. MJ Says:

    TS-LTE Says:
    April 10th, 2013 at 11:12 am
    yea you can buy a house for 16k in on a depleted drug block nigga

    ^

    16?

    Come to Chicago. I can show you houses on the grid for $5k.

    But you can also get a really good house off the tax list for about $20k with you get some research and politicking skills.

    ^

    All day.

    This is truth.

    And it hurts my heart.

    Beautiful prairie style homes.

    Any nice hood…they’d be $400k off the top.

    Literally you can pay the taxes and walk away with the keys.

    But then you’re stuck with the question…what will you do with it.

    That’s the troubling part.

    Some of these neighborhoods ain coming back.

    It’s like Detroit.

    You gotta ask yourself.

    What’s the long term play.

    Because owning a house with nothing to do with it is not a nice look.

  18. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    what were the harrowing parts of flipping houses?

    just people fuckin up your shit? or buying a place and the repairs being worth more than the property?

    ^I aint hold em. I just did the title flips where you “own” the house for like 30 says then you try to sell it for a small profit. Basically buyin the rights from someone who in foreclosure then sellin it to someone else before the bank takes it over. Basically middlemannin and makin a skim off the top. Not as easy as it sounds becuase mad ppl in the lane and comp is heavy, also in the places you buy these houses the prop value is low and not alotta ppl can just drop cash on a house if they could they obv would be in the game too.
    Lotta work and hours. I have a rental property i make a couple ones off but its just a condo i used to live in. I personally wouldnt go the rental/sec 8 route get ya prop destroyed.

    But a good look if you have the capital is buyin a building. you can get a 203 loan and fix it up and they make you wait a few yrs to start payin it back…but risky cuz you gotta keep them apts filled or its on you.

    in short like anything its a risk. them informercials and wshh commercials be tryna make it looks easy

  19. cOLD Says:

    just people fuckin up your shit? or buying a place and the repairs being worth more than the property

    ^ for me personally it was splitting time between a full time gig, and renovation. That is if you’re taking the lead as contractor

    for others it might just be the uncertainty of whether you’ll make a profit or not.

  20. cOLD Says:

    I personally wouldnt go the rental/sec 8 route get ya prop destroyed.

    ^ this is a myth, and even if true there are ways around this.

    point blank, you offer a decent product, you can get decent tenants, no matter the surroundings.

  21. Gob Bluth Says:

    Yo Trill Clinton be real you’d do the same if you could

    common sense i don’t know what reality niggas are living in but a rich nigga in the hood is a target nothing more nothing less

    my aunt & mother had a salon on Jamica ave, whenever they got robbed guess who did it ?

    a lot of people don’t wanna leave, they leave because they have to

  22. cOLD Says:

    most niggas just putting lipstick on a broke down chick, ‘stead of renovating her from the ground up. Restructure your broad, and she’d ooze integrity.

  23. cOLD Says:

    landlord tenant rule number one

    screening process. Most people will take the first nigga with a check in his hand. In the rental business every month you dont have a renting tenant is a significant loss. But you can’t let that force your hand. The apt might have to sit 2 or 3 months until you find the ideal tenant.

  24. Gob Bluth Says:

    @ cOLD how many properties you got ?

  25. Black Says:

    rich nigga in the hood is a target

    ^^^^^^^

    Cosign… plus “rich” is subjective as shit. Niggas will think the college grad with his 1st gig making 50K is rich and he’ll be a target.

    I applaud those who stay but I dont demonize those who leave. Shit I’m still in Philly but not where I grew up.

  26. The Architek Says:

    I see, I see.

    I used to help my uncle renovate properties he would buy up, and running around with that nigga for an afternoon put me off that shit completely.

    He made good bank, but doing that in addition to all the other shit he had going on… it just didn’t seem worth the stress. But that’s probably because he tried to do everything himself.

  27. Gob Bluth Says:

    *bookmarks thread

  28. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    Dame Dash >>>>>

  29. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    He made good bank, but doing that in addition to all the other shit he had going on… it just didn’t seem worth the stress. But that’s probably because he tried to do everything himself.

    ^you gotta have a team fixin up the houses on for the low. And a lil capital. But you can def win, and repeat, if you can get 2-3 properties, to 5, to 10 youll be rollin. But you know. There are mad one-offs. You gotta be liquid for the incidentals.

  30. TS-LTE Says:

    Because owning a house with nothing to do with it is not a nice look.

    ^

    I’m saying.

    Gob is playing in he volatile column of finance. I respect it, but I ain’t got it in me.

    If he’s massive buying, worse come to worse, he can sell his new found “stake” in an area to a big development firm and try and walk away even.

  31. cOLD Says:

    @ cOLD how many properties you got ?

    ^ got 2 properties, one 3 family and a single fam… Im looking to get into this 3rd property, but wifey aint playing fair. Im trying to build sweat equity, she want it move in ready… so its a standoff

    I’ma prolly fold though… you know.. Puss >>>

  32. plug Says:

    He made good bank, but doing that in addition to all the other shit he had going on… it just didn’t seem worth the stress. But that’s probably because he tried to do everything himself.
    ——–
    > self employment

  33. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    its no more risky than stocks….and three times the work….

  34. plug Says:

    one 3 family
    —-
    thats the lick

    gotta do a multi unit

    at least a duplex

  35. cOLD Says:

    I see, I see.

    I used to help my uncle renovate properties he would buy up, and running around with that nigga for an afternoon put me off that shit completely.

    He made good bank, but doing that in addition to all the other shit he had going on… it just didn’t seem worth the stress. But that’s probably because he tried to do everything himself.

    ^ that’s def what it is. Ideally you want to get to a point where have some good contractors, ie: electricians, plumbers carpenters… good organizational skills…

    but what you uncle did, prepared him for the next stage should he had went there. Cause its nothing like knowing your field and niggas can’t get over on you. That ground work >>>

    oh so necessary in building a brand.

  36. cOLD Says:

    ^you gotta have a team fixin up the houses on for the low. And a lil capital. But you can def win, and repeat, if you can get 2-3 properties, to 5, to 10 youll be rollin. But you know. There are mad one-offs. You gotta be liquid for the incidentals.

    ^ just saw this. co.

  37. Oh4werd Says:

    Talkin Stocks >>>>> coffin box

  38. Oh4werd Says:

    @cashmere – that kid cudi wasn’t that good

  39. plug Says:

    I remember running in moms rental prop wit the biscuit because ole boy didnt pay.

    he was gone

    dude had puched random holes in the walls prior

    talked crazy to momsthe day before which warrented the ratchet

    i changed the locks

    next day dude was back in there

    had to gotta go to court and get an eiction notice

    street ish dont matter in the property game

  40. S.I.C.K Says:

    “yes dear”_frio

    I fucking wish I would.lol

    Then again I probably never have “live in”puss again.

    Oh well too old and independant to cooperate or compromise.

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