LIFE: Rhythm Roulette: Joji | Mass Appeal
Written by streetsconnect on December 17, 2018
“This sh*t goes hard right?” Joji stepped into NYC’s Good Records with one goal, select three records at random and create a beat on the spot, adding his name to the long list of producers to have taken the #RhythmRoulette challenge. Equipped with The Moody Blues’ ‘Seventh Sojourn’ and two other albums from deep in the crates, the 88Rising artist and producer got real weird using Jimmy Castor Bunch’s “The Last Olé” to create a trumpet driven beat that is certainly one-of-a-kind. Peep the video above and let us know how how he did.
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