exactly, i don't think there's much less of it, but as far as mainstream music goes, it's projected in different ways sometimes now. i don't think sampling is going to die or anything like that, and the underground scene is no different than the golden age era of rap when it comes to sampling IMO...still a love for that grit, the vinyl, the soul, all of that...it's just in a different place now
in order for sampling to not get too much more monotonous, people gotta start busting out completely new styles...
w/ out totally new & foreign styles, sampling, hip hop, and rap are gonna just be in a figure 8...
for example, this song / concept got a kinda "foreign" / "different"-type deal goin' on:
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push the boundaries...
break out the box...
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Most people don't know a sample is in a track to even have this convo. Then there's interpolations, Chop/Screwed hooks, royalty free loops and songs used in material, ect. so it's not even a feasible discussion.
If you call yourself a producer, you have shyt on deck for clients. You should link with clients who see the genius in what you do. F**k everyone else. Period.
Two things that annoy me are people who are positive out of ignorance, and people who are negative out of bitterness. People who are neither usually get along with me and agree with most of what I say. People who are one of the 2 think I'm the other.
Yea I never for a second thought to myself that sampling was gonna go anywhere, it's definitely here to stay. I guess with the computer age at full speed especially in the field of music production, sampling is just sometimes overlooked I guess.
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