How did you find out about Next Big?
Next Big is a new, exciting genre of music that’s getting a lot of attention.
A lot of people are making a lot out of it.
A big reason why is that it has a lot more in common with hip-hop than most of the other genres, but it’s really about the beat.
The sound is so unique, so unique and so unique.
You can hear it in the way you walk around your apartment, it’s in the feel of your body when you’re walking up the stairs.
You’re not going to hear it every day, but if you get caught up in it, you’re going to get hooked.
I’ve always said that I’m not a rap fan.
I don’t like it.
But I can hear the beat, and I can really relate to that beat.
So, you can see why people are looking for more of that sound.
What’s interesting about this genre is that there are so many different types of beats, and it’s not just about the beats.
There’s a lot about the production, there’s a ton of layers, and there’s all these other aspects.
And because there’s so many beats, it makes it really interesting.
It’s also really interesting to me that I can still make beats for music I really love.
You know, if I’m making an instrumental, I might not necessarily like the song.
But if I get into the production and I want to make a beat for the track, then it makes sense.
That’s just part of the beauty of it is that if you love something, you’ll probably be able to tell me.
If you want to tell somebody, ‘You know, you know, it would be cool if we did this,’ you can do that.
So I can’t think of anything better to do.
It has a ton more in it than most other genres.
The most famous track from Next Big, by Maverick City Music, is called “The World Is Nowhere.”
This is a very old track.
It comes out in the late 80s or early 90s, and the video is just incredible.
And it’s got that funky, funky, beat.
You don’t hear that much nowadays.
It just sort of took off.
That was just a little bit of a wake-up call to me.
I was just kind of on my own in that regard.
I didn’t know where to go from there.
I started doing some research, and my favorite artists at the time were the Neptunes and Tiesto.
They were just really creative and really creative.
They could make me feel like a little kid again, because they were so creative.
I just loved it.
And then when Next Big started gaining attention, I was like, ‘Oh my God, this is awesome.’
And that was really the first time I realized, ‘Hey, I have this amazing sound that I don, like, get to know a lot better than I get to understand.’
And so I started getting in touch with a lot, not only the artists but the producers.
That really led to me finding out more about how to make music.
The producers are like the first people who I’ve found who really got me hooked.
You want to do something new and exciting.
I always feel like that’s what music should be, is exciting.
It should be exciting.
And so, it was really interesting how they all got me excited.
When I first started making music, I’d only really listen to old stuff.
But, you could tell that a lot that I was getting in tune with it.
I’d get so into it, I had to keep my head down and just listen to the beat all the time.
But then when I was doing Next Big with the Neptune crew, I started listening to them a lot.
I’m always listening to music when I’m working, but I’ve never really listened to them.
So it just kind.
I like the Neptunas a lot and I love the Neptuns a lot as well.
It was like a really good fit.
It kind of feels like a big team.
The Neptunes are very familiar with Next Big.
They started making it.
They produced it.
There were a few different people involved, but the Neptures were the one who actually put it together.
And they had all the music, and they just recorded it.
So I kind of feel like they’re the most influential person in it.
When you look at the track and listen to it, it just has this crazy beat, a crazy beat that’s so crazy.
It almost feels like an anthem for some of the stuff that we’re hearing now, like the Hip Hop generation, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
That sounds good.
But it’s still not necessarily hip-hoppy.
But you get this vibe that, ‘What the