“I met Chad Hugo at East West Studios in Hollywood, our first encounter was eating a kale salad. Toss and Turn came up at our main studio in Hollywood Hills, Chad came through in this GhostBusters Jumpsuit, stood outside the door of the studio mumbling a melody went in on the keyboard, did his thing and laced some classic Neptune drums and the rest was history. He is just a genius like that.”
“Chad is a very mathematical guy when it comes to music. He hears things in a way where we just can’t. He hears sounds and melodies in his head that no none does, aside from probably Pharrell. That’s why they are The Neptunes. They are out of this world.”
Indie band ‘Stein Sang’ have been working with Chad Hugo for their new single titled ‘Crush (Let’s Go To The Moon)’ which will be featured on Hunnypot’s newest upcoming single compilation, check out the tune below.
Stein Sang – Crush (Let’s Go To The Moon) (17′)
Houston bred a growing scene of homegrown rap artists throughout the mid- to late ‘90s, and Big Moe became one of the first to break out of Texas and go national. Unlike most of the Houston rappers, who tended to offer a hardcore style, Moe offered a much more accessible one.
He both rapped and sang, and his producers crafted smooth, melodic tracks that bounced along at a leisurely pace. His second studio album ‘Purple World’ from Priority Records has been released in 2002 that features also a Chad Hugo production on the tune ‘It’s About To Go Down’, check it out below.
Big Moe – It’s About To Go Down feat. Noke D, Mr. 3-2, D-Gotti, Lil’ Flip & Toon (Chad Hugo, Blue) (02′)
The Quarry – I Knew (16′)
The Quarry – Someday Soon (16′)
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