Just a jam session with DJ Premier, Brady Watt and Carlos Homs. 30 minutes of this trio blazing through classics and familiar samples that have been part of our lives. Nothing more, nothing less. Worth your time.
Brady Watt brings together Westside Gunn and DJ Premier for “The Narcissist.” The trio put it all together when Preemo heard something that Watt was crafting in the studio and felt like it was worth sending to Westside Gunn. The rest, as they say, is history.
“I cooked up this composition how I usually do, just jamming in the studio. DJ Premier deemed it worthy enough to send to the one and only, Westside Gunn, who is and has been my favorite artist out for a minute now” Watt said. “Preem reached out to Gunn and he laced two verses and the hook same night. I couldn’t even believe it. At first, I intended it to be a drumless joint (in Griselda fashion), but Preem insisted he put drums on it AND a classic scratch hook using vocals from none other than Benny The Butcher and Conway The Machine. This song really manifested itself, and I’m honored to have my name next to these titans.”
How did this happen? Who cares! It’s incredible. The enigma known as Marc Rebillet teams up with DJ Premier and Brady Watt for a nearly two hour jam session of grooves. This special edition of “Sunday Service” is up for you to watch and, man, this is one hell of a session where all three of these artist get down.
BRADY WATT FEAT. STATIK SELEKTAH, TERMANOLOGY, BIG SHUG, EDO G. & MORE – BACK AROUND THE WAY [VIDEO]
Brady Watt rocks on the bass and assembles a collection New England’s finest to deliver the video for “Back Around The Way.” Featuring Edo G., Termanology, Statik Selektah, Big Shug, Pleasure Pete, Millyz, Michael Christmas and Sammy Adams, “Back Around The Way” is a certified banger from Watt.
Brady Watt brings Ras Kass and Maverick Sabre together for the inspirational “Push On Thru” and drops a video that was shot during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Ironically, Ras Kass and I are neighbors in LA, but during quarantine I’ve been locked down in New York City since early May. Luckily, I have a studio here and have been able to make music every day, I wanted to make a positive song for the world right now and saw an awesome opportunity to do that with Ras and Maverick” Brady quipped. “I’ve worked with Ras Kass before when we did our Bass & Bars and I’ve been a fan of Maverick’s for years. The video for “Push On Thru” was shot during the quarantine in Ireland, New York and LA (all using social distancing practices of course).”
Brady Watt and Bishop Nehru are the latest emcee and producer combination to make waves. The duo are going to drop The Real Book, Vol. 1 on August 30 and release the lead single “Made For This.”
“I heard a bunch of Brady’s production and I was drawn to it. He sent me beats pretty regularly and we met up last year and we had a bunch of dope ideas that we kept going back and forth with” Bishop commented to Complex. “We didn’t go into this looking to make an EP, but the music and vibe was there and it was very organic.”
Brady Watt of Badder Band is wicked on the Bass. In his “Bass & Bars” series, Watt links up with MC Eiht to recreate Eiht’s verse on Kendrick Lamar’s “m.A.A.d city.” Yeah, this is dope.
The BASSGOD Brady Watt continues his exceptional 2018 with a spicy new joint titled “Mas” that features Dru Oliver, Spencer Ludwig and Randy Class. The song is a block party anthem with its Latin grooves.
Brady Watt aka The Bass God has been making noise on the solo tip for a bit now. The member of DJ Premier’s Badder Band, Watt takes a moment to bless us with another groove. Alongside Fat Tony and Dru Oliver, Watt serves up “Been Down.”
Brady Watt of DJ Premier’s Badder Band is back at it with a super soulful selection titled “Black & White” that features Ro James and Topaz Jones. The bass player concocts a super smooth groove for James and Jones to glide over.
“Ro and I have been friends since my first year in New York” Brady stated. “We’ve also been collaborating since then, from backing him up onstage at countless artist showcases in the early days to producing records leading to a deal with RCA. I needed an emcee to breathe more lyrical content into it, but it really had to be the right fit. Around that time I discovered Topaz Jones on Spotify and was really diggin his style. “Black & White” was conceived in Malibu during the same stay when I wrote “Youth In Revolt” and a grip of others for the album. I wrote that guitar part and recorded the cello arrangement. When Ro and I linked back up in NY I laid it down, cut the hook and built the beat around it.”