I listened to some shitty, shitty music as a teenager. Well, my parents listened to cool music too, so I was just exposed.
Sarah: Yeah, Donnie Wahlberg fell through the stage.
"When we were in the studio, we were trying to figure what person to put on a track and Big was like, ' Why don't you just rap? "They stayed with my family, sitting at the dinner table with me and my kids just kicking it," Big Boi says.
"Me and [Killer] Mike were in the studio and Josh and Sarah came down and we were all just vibing out.
“It’s sick,” she said, referring to one video he’s alleged to have made her watch.
“Last time I checked, killing a bear and fornicating on it as it’s dying was not funny.” While Zawaideh said White’s behavior was regularly over the line, it was even worse when he was drunk.
"We wanted to have a time where we could not stress about the ' Phantogram sound' or collaborating on a hip-hop record. The main focus of wanting to do this project was to do things that we wouldn't normally do anywhere else. "But he talked me into it and coached me in the studio, which is strange to be rapping in front of your all-time favorite rapper." "It's different," Big Boi adds, when asked how the Among the seven songs, Barthel says "Drum Machine," produced by Carter and Skrillex, became the EP's initial inspiration. "The idea behind it was as simple and plain as drum machines, but they can get pretty aggressive.
This was a good platform for that because it's less judgmental to think about it in that way." Barthel points to her rap verse on new song "Goldmine Junkie" as an example of her reluctance — and eventual acceptance — to go out of her comfort zone. Some of the kicks and snares sound like machine guns." Elsewhere, Run the Jewels appear on new song "Born to Shine." For , the group shuffled between Los Angeles and Stankonia Studios in Atlanta, spending two weeks on-and-off in each city before Barthel and Phantogram's Josh Carter encamped to Big Boi's Atlanta home to finish the album.
Being around a lot of nature and solitude allows us to really open up and be calm.
The chemistry in the room, we just call it 'best friend shit' because it feels like we've been knowing each other forever." If the idea of an indie electronic-pop duo crashing at Big Boi's house seems strange, you're not alone.
"It's crazy to say now, but he's one of our best friends," Barthel admits.
My mom always said it was like a Norman Rockwell painting.
"I switched gears after we came off the Outkast tour, like, ' Why don't we put the [collaborative] record together?