RJD2 Explains His Ethos Of Crate Digging & What He Looks For In Records (Video)

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Fuse’s Crate Diggers series continues with Philly-based RJD2. A founding member of the MHz with Copywriter, Camu Tao, and others, RJ became famous in the early 2000s for his solo works on Def Jux. Since those days, RJ’s laced joints for Little Brother, Aceyalone, and Cage, among many others. His music is also notably the theme to “Mad Men” (originally an instrumental to a joint for Acey). The member of Soul Position welcomed Fuse to his home studio, where he’s still careful to hide the labels of certain records from lenses. Hearing what attracts RJ to certain record purchases is unique and inspiring…

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