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And while I was out there, I came up with a very specific vision of what I wanted my music to sound like.And the only person in the industry that I was still connected to was my publisher, Jennifer Blakeman.
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Grey: Yeah, and he’s like, “I don’t remember saying that.” But I have the e-mail to prove it.
After we had a couple hit, a lot of people came to us asking for music, and it was really hard to give it up because I wanted to make my own album.
He was sitting and I was really intimidated [laughs] ... He looked at me, and I don’t remember exactly what he said, but his first line was like, “The shit that you do,” and then he said something like it’s fucking great or something like that.
I’m a shy person, so I get really nervous going into interviews.
comes via producer Alex da Kid’s KIDina KORNER imprint, housed under the Interscope Records banner, with Eminem serving as executive producer of the album and appearing on its first single, “C’Mon, Let Me Ride.” It's a testament to the rapper-producer's faith in the 27-year-old Wisconsin native whose first true solo effort is a confident, fully realized effort. The Hollywood Reporter: Anticipation for the record has been high, and attaching Eminem’s name to it adds even more excitement. Grey: I was asking about interviews and how to approach them.
It was just weird to meet him and hear that come out of his mouth. Dre ' Academy' to Open at USC With Million Donation Grey: They do. I kept my mouth shut, kind of sat back, observed, and then, when I was needed, I presented them with the song “I Need a Doctor,” and they used it.
So I went to her and I said, “Here’s what I want to do. ” And Universal had just signed Alex Da Kid and she said, “I think you should meet this producer.” So she played me “Airplanes.” I listened to the first verse and chorus and instantly knew that I wanted to work with him.
It was the perfect combination of hip-hop with pop and an alternative vocal. I went back to the woods and met him via e-mail -- yes, I have e-mail in the woods -- and he sent me some beats to try writing to.
THR: How did your relationship with Alex Da Kid come about?
Grey: I lived in a cabin in the woods in Oregon, and I’d basically given up on the music industry for an indefinite amount of time.
Writing songs for other people was never the goal for me. Concert THR: Do you think Alex’s success with Imagine Dragons will help you at radio?