Rhythm Roulette: DJ Burn One + The 5 Points Bakery | Mass Appeal

Rhythm Roulette: DJ Burn One + The 5 Points Bakery | Mass Appeal

For this episode of Rhythm Roulette, Mass Appeal linked up with DJ Burn One and The 5 Points Bakery.

It shouldn’t be a surprise when you look at the diverse catalog of someone like DJ Burn One once you read over his unofficial musical history: he grew up listening to ’80s music with his mom, country music with his dad, and joined the church choir as a young child. He flipped his own mixtapes at school and learned some basics of marketing while working at a local record shop. Eventually he found his way to connect with T.I. and Grand Hustle. From there, he flexed his production skills to end up working with Gucci Mane, Freddie Gibbs, A$AP Rocky, and more. He currently runs Five Points Music Group in Atlanta.

DJ Burn One is joined by The Five Points Bakery (Go! Ricky Go! and Walt Live) for the latest episode today. They take home The Green Birds’ Diapason, a Be’lakor album, and Shonen Knife’s Burning Farm. Each member takes a stab at his record to hunt for a sample. They end up adding some homemade samples by entering the No Rules Percussion booth. They end up using all three records and you can hear the final product at the end of the episode above.

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  1. they posed to be some producers and dont even realize the heat they got in their hands.. i know people who would rob-steal-kill for that Shonen Knife LP! haha.. i respect ANYbody doing their thing and it's what they love.. but in terms of jus catching one and flipping it and NOT just sampling a loop to throw some drums on… these dudes are wack

  2. It is refreshing to see people comment on here with respect for the craft and to each other. Also these cats are hella nice with it. Glad they went with different sounds. Love seeing different production styles and what equipment they use to make their beats. Good stuff

  3. Its dope to use your own sounds but i wasn't feeling what they did .. I have been fucking with all the beats I've heard so far but idk about this one

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