This short documentary on one of the most consistent producers in the game barely qualifies to be a ‘Classic’. However, it is somewhat old and stumbling across it today brought back memories of a more fruitful time in Hip Hop. I’m liking where the culture is currently headed, but there’s just something so alluring about 90s and early 2000 – in this case – Hip Hop. In this video, checkout a very high Alchemist as he leads you through topics ranging from beat selection to how he ended up in New York. It’s one of those short films that really leads no where, non-fans would be completely bored by it, but as a fan you appreciate the insight it gives you in to an individual’s life nonetheless. I say insight, many would regard this as just a brief casual gander at the day to day activities of a Hip Hop producer.

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