for old site Methical.com.
In this interview we talked with DJ J-Love about how he got
started with being a DJ and producer, his upcoming projects, how
he came to work with Method Man plus much more.
He never followed trends or what's hot at the time. Only fucks
with what he feels. "Too many bird ass niggas there dayz that
ride the bandwagon I don't fit that category." The Versatile DJ,
Producer, who can even rhyme. "Basically im striving real
hip-hop!!! Not the keyboard fake balling knapsack wearing trash
talking wannabe fake gangsta ass clown shit that is going on
today." Its only a matter of time till everyone knows what time
Methical.com: DJ J-Love, for the people who don't know you,
explain what you do?
J-Love is the all universal mixtape dj, producer,
extraordinaire, I make Possibly the best mix cd's on the planet
and produce some of the hottest track you'll ever hear bang out
Methical.com: Who are the rap artists that you like to listen to
Wu-Tang, Cormega, Rakim, Slick Rick, Large Professor, Kool G
Rap, M.O.P, to many to name.
Methical.com: What producers do you respect the most in the
Myself of course, RZA, DJ Premiere, Large Professor, Havoc,
There's a few I like.
Methical.com: What artist would you most like to produce for?
Ghostface Killah, Rakim, Slick Rick.
Methical.com: What Album are you most looking forward to this
Ghostface, Rakim, M.O.P, Cormega, Nas.
Methical.com: How would you say the state of Hip-Hop is today?
Pathetic cats lack originality, no sense of direction, beats and
rhymes lack substance, shit is just crazy.
Methical.com: Do you think there are any certain labels/artists
that are ruining it?
Nah allot of labels are losing there edge I'll give it to
interscope for right now though.
Methical.com: How did you get into being a DJ and producing?
Just my passion for music always loved music so I just knew this
is what I wanted to do in life... But this dude that used to
work for Jam Master Jay was engineer and took me with him and
taught me how to produce, so it just went from there and just
kept driving till I got in the business.
Methical.com: You got A Taste Of Tical 0 Part Two coming up, can
you tell us a bit about that?
Yeah its just been an addition to part 1 I feel meth don't get
get the props he deserves in the streets so I gotta wake up
allot of these cats and let em know what time it is.
Methical.com: On the Uh Huh Remix did you produce that
specifically for meth?
Yeah I didn't like the original beat and he likes that beat one
time in the studio he kept playing it for hours so I was like
let me hook it up to that song.
Methical.com: How did you first get to work with meth?
Dreddy Kruger made it happen he told me they were trying to get
a meth cd in the streets and dreddy knows how I do in the
streets plus I have mad love for the Wu so he took me to the
studio and met meth and we just made it happen.
Methical.com: What would you say your best mixtape is?
Too many to name I like all the joints, I it put out, I feel
they have meaning and will be around for a while.
Methical.com: Have you got any plans to go out on tour as DJ for
If any cats holla I'm ready.
Methical.com: Ok, thanks for taking the time out to do this
interview, is there any last words you would like to say?
Thanks for having me and check out the website J-LOVEONLINE.COM
to keep checking for the latest hotness.