Rhythm Roulette: Mannie Fresh (Live From The Sprite Corner)

In this episode of Rhythm Roulette, Mass Appeal presents Mannie Fresh. Rhythm Roulette is back with four brand new episodes live from The Sprite Corner in New York City. Mannie Fresh, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Exile, and Just Blaze treated fans to an exclusive experience, inviting them to watch as they took our Rhythm Roulette challenge live, followed by an in-depth Q&A session hosted by Young Guru. Kicking things off is the Louisiana legend Mannie Fresh, who, as Young Guru pointed out, might just be the most prolific producer in hip hop history. Coincidentally, Mannie humbly confirmed that fact by stating that he recently received a call from someone at BMI who was perplexed after discovering he had over 600 published works. After skimming through his three randomly selected records, Mannie had no problem banging out three quick flips that spoke to his roots in New Orleans bounce, as well as the Dirty South turn-up he helped pioneer. Mr. Fresh reminded the crowd he opts for live instrumentation instead of sampling, but he also isn’t one to shy away from a challenge. Afterwards, Mannie treated us to an impromptu listening session featuring music he’s working on with Mos Def and Lil Wayne. We’d love for you to hear those tracks, but we promised to keep them under wraps until he’s ready to drop ’em. Stay tuned for more episode of Rhythm Roulette from The Sprite Corner, featuring George Anne Muldrow, Exile, and Just Blaze. In the meantime, hit the video player up top to watch the legendary Mannie Fresh do his thing. ————–Mass Appeal————– Website: http://massappeal.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/massappeal Instagram: http://instagram.com/massappeal Facebook: http://facebook.com/massappeal What started as a humble graffiti ‘zine in 1996 would soon grow to be one of the most trusted outlets for youth-spawned urban culture. Today, Mass Appeal is a media collective led by authentic voices and inspired minds. We are a platform for radical creatives who are transforming culture.

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