Dubstep Producer Doctor P is not Excited About the New Album of Eminem

HipHop News Posted on August 18, 2017 at 3:54am

Dubstep Producer Doctor P is not Excited About the New Album of Eminem

#DXclusive: Doctor P talks about his love for Hip-Hop, his thoughts on the evolution of the music, and that MC wants to work with the next.

San Bernardino, CA – Any fan of EDM known Doctor P is one of the godfathers of the bass-driven Dubstep movement. For fans of Hip Hop, the triple threat (musician, producer and DJ) has recorded with Method Man, Far East movement, and Jarren Benton along his career.

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After you have performed sold-out arenas in L. A., the legendary Coachella festival, and a mind-blowing show at the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado, Dr. Q told HipHopDX this was his first time performing at the HARD Summer.

Speaking with P (real name of Shaun Brockhurst), in his artist trailer on Day 1 of Destructo's anniversary of 10 years of HARD festival, August 5, DX asked about his passion for Hip-Hop and how that influences in dubstep.

He explains, "I originally heard Hip Hop. Before discovering electronic music, I was always listening to Hip Hop. Was always like Wu-Tang, D12 and stuff. I kinda grew into the whole Eminem thing in the decade of 2000, so I was like probably 14 or 15 years old listening to Eminem's first album. That was the first thing that I heard was not like pop music — so that blew my mind."

#dubstep DJ @doctorpcircus is not excited by #eminem, the new album of 👀 what do you guys think?

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With the recent news of Eminem, the new project will come as soon as this fall, Doctor P was very far from intrigued.

"I don't really follow Eminem more," he explains. "I've become very boring of him. I feel like he was very angry when he was in his early 20s, and all of his music was incredibly angry. But today it is as middle-aged and not angry any more. He is pretending anger now — so the music does not have the same passion for me as I di

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