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January 01, 2010

"Minnesota: A Bronx Frequency Runs Thru It"

Minnesota is a critically acclaimed beatmaker/producer. His drums are customized, and his range is broad—indeed, his production credits include work from everybody to Ghostface and Big Pun to Trick Daddy and Lil Wayne. But the one thing perhaps not well-known is the fact that Minnesota is respected as much for his beats as his knowledge of beatmaking. For a sample of the science that Minnesota drops, check out the interview I did with him, exclusively for BeatTips.

"Minnesota: A Bronx Frequency Runs Thru It"

—Sa'id

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