My friend MOPES discusses various aspects of his journey in hip-hop. He talks about how his relationship with Sage Francis started and how he got into the genre. MOPES also shares his experiences with performing on stage, touring, and encountering unexpected situations in different venues. The conversation delves into his latest record, “Ham and Eggers,” which is a collaboration with Trademarc, as well as his approach to producing beats and sampling vinyl records. Additionally, MOPES expresses his appreciation for certain eras of music for sampling purposes, particularly between 1968 and 1976. The discussion concludes with a mention of upcoming projects for MOPES and his record label, Strange Famous Records.
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