Winning: Hip Hop Super Producer JStaffz chats with Daily News for the first time
When I sold my first beat that was pretty good inspiration I suppose but I love music and if I could do that and make money then perfect.
Pharrell William and Stevie Wonder.
3.) What can we expect from you in 2012? Ever think about going to television?
A lot of big records with big artists and really expanding my brand.
4.) Which is your most successful project to date?
Working with Tony Yayo & Wiz Khalifa.
5.) Are you a self-made success? Or did somebody ‘Discover‘ You?
Self made. I don’t need to discovered in my opinion. By the time I get to the point where an artists would want to co-sign me it’ll be too late to “discover” me.
6.) In your opinion, what is the thing you like most about producing music? The outcome of a project? Or the success it may bring ?
I love beats and making music. I just love making music that I like. I listen to my own beats all the time and make up records for other people.
7.) What do you usually do when looking for a new partner to create something fresh?
I look for uniqueness and professionalism. All talent could be developed. I think being creative, having that drive and being professional is most people’s drawbacks.
8.) Your thoughts on the death of Slim Dunkin ?
Sadly I never heard of him until he passed away recently. I know his music and I never even knew. My thoughts are things like that happen entirely too often.
10.) How did you feel when you hit it big with Khalifa & all that?
Felt dope. I’m always looking to work with new artists and when I met him it was back in 2009 with Boogz Boogetz. To see him be as big as he is now is just inspiring so it was definitely a blessing.