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T.O.N.E.-z & Rorschack Team Up to Put Hip-Hop in 'Handcuffs'
Tuesday, March 10, 2015

“Just because it’s called a (specific) genre doesn’t mean it can’t blend, (it doesn’t mean) that genres can’t be merged together and not be called a mash-up.”

These are the words of NYC emcee T.O.N.E.-z, who feels there should be no limits put on music. “There’s no reason why Taylor Swift can’t sing a hip-hop hook,” he continued, “if it sounds good, it sounds good.”

With a history of marrying disparate genres, T.O.N.E.-z is no stranger to thinking outside the box, and his latest effort is a collaborative one with LA-based producer Rorschack. Their EP, Handcuffs, was just released on Bay Area electronic music label MalLabel music, and I caught up with both T.O.N.E.-z and Rorschack to find out more about the project, and why hip-hop and EDM aren’t as strange bedfellows as one might think.

Read the full interview at RapReviews.com.


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