Meet Jeffrey... An international jetsetter, sneakerhead pur sang, hip hop connaisseur and math wizard. If you're feeling unsure about the color combos you're thinking of rocking this weekend, ask Jeffrey for advice before you head out the door looking like rainbow man. As someone with a refined taste in music (I'll let his Lil Wayne fixation slip here for a sec) I knew I had to send these questions to him as well. Jeffrey was kind enough to take some time off from the writing of his book "Urban Wheelchairing In 2010" to answer them promptly.
What was the last record you bought?
The last record I scooped off ebay is Down - "Nola" LP. Had it on CD for years, finally got my hands on some vinyl. The last new music I bought is the latest Clipse record. Unfortunately on CD cause it wasn't released on vinyl. What's up with that?
If you could travel back in time and roadie on any tour that ever happened, what tour would that be?
I guess some early Life Of Agony tour. Rocking out with my all time favorite band day in day out.
If you could erase one album from the history of music, which one would that be and why?
The first thing that comes to mind must definitely be the latest Merauder record. Sad.
What is your favorite record that never was? Meaning it never got fully written, recorded or released at all but it would have been awesome if it had been...
Probably "The Commission" debut LP. The Commission was suposed to be this east coast rap supergroup based around Hova and Biggie. Too bad the latter died way to early.
What are your musical predictions for 2010?
I predict Drake is going to be the next big thing in pop/hiphop/music. "Thank Me Later" is gonna be an awesome record. Juelz Santana is gonna put out a great record and become the most relevant Dipset member of '10. I love the new 90´s RNB inspired stuff Diddy is doing now, think that might blow up as well. Hope to see something sparkling new on the Belgian hardcore scene too.
Favorite Some Kind Of Monster quote?
When Ulrich says he's gonna shove 50 dollars up your ass and James Hetfield continues: "One dollar at a time".