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Interview: Stevie J





Here is the interview we did with Stevie J aka The Hitman. He gives us some great insight on not only working with Static, but also a lot of great information behind some of the songs he's produced. He also talks about the state of music today and where it's at.

Make sure you follow him at @hitmansteviej and visit his website: www.steviejmusic.com

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  1. Once Again my hats off to u slammmerrrrssss,great interview. Thank TSM ........4life

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  2. great interview, its always good to hear the back story so you can fill in the blanks, & then the last minute comments about working with Playa should be music to any Playa fan or fans of true R&B in general ... hopefully we'll get to see that come to pass in some form or another

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  3. I did listen to this interview, but didn't leave a comment. I think this is one of the best interviews (can't beat the Rudy interview however). You had a lot of time with him and i think that some of the previous interviews are rushed, but we learnt a lot from this one, and it's great.

    Benjani

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  4. Great interview, Slam. Listened to this while at work this afternoon. Work it out is one of my favorite Carl Tomas songs.


    Bravery

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  5. Nice interview! I've always heard about Stevie J, and never knew that he was in Da Bassment back in the day and did as many songs as he did!

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  6. Loved this interview...my fav by far...as a fan it touched on a lot of history im fond of and will always keep in my heart...thanks guys!!

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