It’s a lazy Saturday morning and I’m sitting here doing some work. Meanwhile I just happened to stumble upon the documentary, Fade To Black. Fade to Black is a documentary about the legendary Jay-Z and his infamous album.
Shortly into the documentary (which I recommend you watch if you’re a fan of success or music), there’s a scene where Jay is in The Hit Factory with Timbaland (the hot producer). At that moment you witness something special: Jay and Timbaland interacting while Jay tries to decide which track to use for his upcoming album.
Ultimately, Jay ends up choosing the track which will later become Dirt Off Your Shoulder.
So what’s the point of this story? Well I’m glad you asked…
The best in their craft go to the best in their craft to continually achieve success.
Take just a minute and go back and reread that line one more time.
Jay-Z (one of the best rappers) seeks out Timbaland (one of the best producers) and consequently they produce the best tracks. Dirt Off Your Shoulder was HUGE, and that’s not by coincidence.
My question is, are you seeking out the best? If you are, what are you doing about it?
You didn’t see Jay Z go to Timbaland and ask him how to make his own beats…Jay went and bought the best track he could find, that he felt right about it, and then laid down fire on it.
Are you doing the same? Or are you just another rapper trying to make it on YouTube?
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