Tuesday, October 21

Watch Rick Rubin Return to His NYU Dorm Room


"In 1984, Def Jam Records, the label that defined hip-hop’s commercial and artistic potential, was born in a very unlikely location: a tiny New York University dorm room. Founder Rick Rubin — now a record-industry legend who’s shepherded the careers of everyone from Jay Z to the Red Hot Chili Peppers — hadn’t returned to that Greenwich Village double-occupancy room in three decades. But for Rolling Stone Films’ premiere documentary, Rick Was Here, he ventured back to Weinstein Hall, room 712, to remember how it all began."
Def Jam, (Video)
W - Rick Rubin
W - Def Jam Recordings
allmusic
Interview Magazine
YouTube: T La Rock - It's Yours (Radio Mix), LL Cool J — I Need a Beat, The Beastie Boys — Rock Hard, Jazzy Jay — (This) Def Jam, MCA And Burzootie — Drum Machine (Psycho Dust Version), LL Cool J — I Want You, Jimmy Spicer — This Is It, Hollis Crew — It’s the Beat

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