G-Clef Da Mad Komposa (Chambermusik) - The Essense Of A Soul Kid Interview (Wu-Tang)
July 12, 2012
In the late nineties fans could feed their Wu-appetite with the first Killa Bee releases from the likes of Sunz of Man, Killarmy, Shyheim, … However, these releases didn’t suffice to quench the diehard Wu fans' legendary thirst for more Wu related material. At the same time there were a lot of crews with loose ties to Wu Fam or affiliates on the search for distribution but seemingly way too underground to spark interest from the main labels or maybe they just preferred to put it out themselves? Whatever the reason, with the digital revolution/distribution yet to take place in the early noughties, there was a gap waiting to be filled. It only took somebody to see and realize this …
Late 2004 saw the birth of Chambermusik, an online movement that did notice and tried to fill the gap first, rapidly evolving to an independent online store specializing in underground hiphop and wu related artists finally getting a shot at some kind of distribution. Over the years Chambermusik has expanded and evolved towards a successful business catering all kinds of needs in the underground hiphop be it distribution, mastering, production, videos, etc ... The Chambermusik seemed to have slowed down lately but it appears this was in preparation of some big changes and a new direction according to G-Clef, the founder of Chambermusik. Recently we were approached by G-Clef himself for an interview to shed some lights on these upcoming changes. Seeing this as a perfect opportunity to discuss the history of ChamberMusik and G-Clef’s impressive and varied artistic adventures as a musician, MC, producer we agreed to do this long overdue interview. As we all know, over the years G-Clef and his Chambermusik movement had both their devote followers and obstinate adversaries, so love ‘em or hate ‘em but you will be interested in what he has to say, and maybe you not just congratulate his or their contribution to the game but will acknowldedge that this movement is here to stay and will continue to grow.. Enjoy!
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