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CookBook on Success & a Wild South Korean Experience
Thursday, August 09, 2012

It’s not unusual to hear an artist refer to their album as their “baby.” For CookBook, he not only has a new baby of the album variety, eight months ago he became a father for the first time. “It changes everything,” he says, “it’s a good game changer, though.”

In terms of game changers, CookBook is hoping The Smell of Success will be one for him. It’s a solo effort from the LA Symphony member, who is also one half of the duo Cook and Uno, and the content of it spans the gamut from party music, to displays of lyrical ability, to contemplative songs about the passing of his father, and questions regarding God and faith.

This week, on the heels of the release of The Smell of Success, I caught up with CookBook to find out more about the album, how he deals with writing about sensitive subjects, and the way he made his CD scratch n sniff. CookBook also discussed his views on success, and how a South Korean audience made him feel a little bit like Justin Timberlake.

Read the full interview at RapReviews.com.

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