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DJ Pizzo caught up with Vinnie Paz at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. In part one of our exclusive interview, he speaks on how HipHopSite.Com and Jedi Mind Tricks came up in the same era.

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13 Responses to "Exclusive: Vinnie Paz on The Secret History Of Jedi Mind Tricks & HHS"
  • TomL says:

    Can’t argue with Vinnie Paz about nothing here… I still remember ordering vinyls from in 95′ & 96′ when I was DJ’ing all the time, and right as I was expanding a hip hop section in my record store.

    Still remember when Pizzo owned the rights to and getting the old jedi mind sticker in mail with my records.

    Things changed and not really for the better.

  • ItsYaBoyEd says:

    Nice interview, I didn’t even realize but most of these young cats coming up in the music game know nothing about vinyl, it’s crazy how technology has changed hip hop. Good interview, worth a listen fo sure.

  • Dayz says:

    Great interview! And it’s so true about how the game and success is looked at. I always felt like Paz that you really made it and it was such an acomplishment to get your music pressed up. You can’t descibe the joy and that feeling of holding your own record in your hands! Everything is digital now and takes so much away from the whole experience with music. I need to have something tangable hold the vinyl, tape or even CD in your hands and read the credits and look at the pics and art… MP3/WAV/YouTube etc are cool in some respect but they really did make music into a fast food consumable and I think peoples appreciation for all types of music has been greatly diminished in this digital word we live in.

  • showgunone says:

    “No one’s punching people in the face no more” Dope interview. I remember one of the first pieces of vinyl I bought from HSS was Jedi’s 1st album.

  • Dayz says:

    @showgunone, LOL! Yeah that was a classic line… So true tho… Hip Hop was born from competiton and with the rule never to bite someones steez… Cats these days have no honor… I am not a fighter but sucka emcees and fake ass DJs need to be put in their cot damn place…

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