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interview BINC (February 2011) | Interview By: Rud

   Jake Records recording artist BINC checks in with a follow up interview after the release of his debut album this past month. When we last checked in with BINC in November, the album was on the way out. It's in stores now, and we hit him for the latest...



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Interview was done in February 2010

Questions Asked By: Rud
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Dubcnn Exclusive BINC (Best In Northen Cali) of Digital Underground


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Dubcnn: Your debut album "200X" just dropped on the 18th of January. What does that mean to you?

This is an indicator that i'm in the game goin hard. I now have to push harder to get my artwork some notice. No question the album is a full and complete project that takes you into the neural network of the kid BINC.


Dubcnn: Whats the album like?


Like I said before the album is an adventure into the BINC neural net which will take the listener on a trip around the world and outerspace. The newest latest slang and metaphors and being compared to Mac Dre by several well known artists, because I say what I want to say and it comes out crafty yet hilarious. I feel like the only thing missing from my album is a big feature like Jay Z or Lil Wayne, Dr. Dre, 50, Diddy or someone of that caliber, you get the picture. I feel like these are just dreams but if I really call myself being serious about the music business these are the leaders so I should have one if not all of these artist on my next project.


Dubcnn: Your style is different than nearly everyone else coming out of the bay area right now, how does that help or hinder your efforts to bubble?

I hope it lets other regions know I have respect for their style and culture. In doing so I try to make songs everyone can enjoy. I've seen Ice Cube's interview and heard his song and I feel like I do care if they play my album in Virginia", because i'm barely gettin play anywhere so whoever I can reach and they like my music I like them. Now I'm not sayin' I have no respect for the west coast or Ice Cube, I aint crazy. I just feel like we should be able to rise above oppression and hatred for one another. My style is worldwide speaking of "ahi tuna" "cracked pepper granola fed lamb" , saying things like, "your breath reeks of garlic". These things are tight anywhere in the world and that's how imma bubble of dis oneee.


Dubcnn: The sampler you dropped in October is still in the top 150 on Amazon.com's free section. What does that mean for you overall?

That shit at 138 now it just be fluctuating between 100 and 175. But anyway naw it must mean tons of people are downloading it and like it which makes me happy. If a person gets a free CD usually it's crap but if they get one that has slappers on it its like haaaaaaaaaa.....I put a lot of work into that sampler and so did Jake Records and we are delighted to offer it free of charge to help the economy and people in it that want slappin music. Still make sure and check BINC 200X its hot but not free.....


Dubcnn: With your debut album out there now, what's coming next from BINC?

Working on a hot new sizzling "hotter than a Las Vegas driveway in the summer mixtape" with some features of mention not Lil Wayne but we gettin' there. How 'bout BART of 3XCRAZY, MAC SHAWN/100, BIAJE and SHADY NATE to name a few. Also featuring tracks from DJ iFM the super producer and official DJ for Warren G. There's talk of an overseas promo tour, and after that Album NO. 2 and you know that's gon be ridiculous.


Dubcnn: Anything else on your mind?

Straight up? I'm looking for features for album no. 2 and I wouldn't mind working with some of the artists I mentioned before of course but some other notable artists I really would like to do a track with, cause they dope, are Memphis Bleek, Richy Rich, Del The Funky Homosapien, or Murphy Lee so if yall out there holla. To everyone else, go cop the album. 200X isn't like anything you've heard from the bay area before, so just to say you got to hear something different, go cop it. iTunes, Amazon, all that.




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