Written by: @theonlyhudson
I got there at 10:30 in the morning, left at 3:30, went to Lord Hobo Bar in Cambridge, had a beer then went home. Once I got home, I took a nap and when I woke up I went right back to the studio and left in time to get home for 5AM.
It was an honor to have an opportunity to sponsor an idea that I'd never imagined myself. The true trait of an entrepreneur is the ability to recognize talent when you see it. Sam of LFOD is just that and the proof is in the pudding of #24in24.
In the previous article, you can read more about the experience of the recording process. I'm just here to deliver the product, similar to the way Escobar's team delivered his. Matter of fact, that's exactly what we should all be here for when it comes to building the culture, the delivery of undeniably high quality product. Whether it's an album, a marketing campaign or a sales strategy.
For context, I'm watching BELLY for the millionth time as I'm writing this - so you can imagine where my heads at.
Each artist on this album gave themselves to this project in a way that no other production coming out in the 5 years that I've been here has. Mastered by the city's own Arcitype and curated by the hours as they presently exist...