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Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Everyone likes to boast about how hard they’re working these days. DJ Johnny Juice – the guy who performed the cuts on ‘Rebel Without A Pause’, amongst other things – makes these blowhards look like the posers they really are. Just check out what he’s got cooking in the studio:
Leaders of the New School album (Charlie Brown, Dinco D and Milo):
“I’m trying to set up multiple shows for L.O.N.S. and S.O.B. for the fall, since I’m producing both of their albums, and since I’m LONS’s DJ”.
A Son Of Bazerk project:
“We have finished 3 songs and have 2 others in the works. The idea is to finish a whole album. It’s taking a little while because they are a little rusty but they still sound dope”.
Chuck D solo album:
“A lot of songs that he did that Flavor didn’t get on or that he did in the immediacy of the moment”.
Two DMC solo albums:
“One is already complete. I did about 4 or 5 songs. I am doing the whole 2nd album – an all-“King of Rock”-ish type album for him”.
A new X-Vandal album: “The lead MC from Puerto Rican punk group Ricanstruction and myself. Kind of like a Puerto Rican P.E.”
He’s also making a mixtape based on original Public Enemy sample sources, an Old School Hip Hop tape, a break beat mix, an Old School R&B mixtape and an Old School House (Classics) tape.
Take that, Puffy!
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