RedefineHipHop: TR Love & Moe Love (Ultramagnetic MCs/Beat Terrorists) Interview Pt 1

August 19, 2010 1 min read

When the Ultramagnetic MCs hit the scene in the mid to late 80s they kicked thru the door blowing, not to mention confusing, peoples minds with advanced sciences of the sampler and outer worldly vocal techniques.

Although a four man crew, two names were more frequently prominent at the time; Ced Gee as the production mastermind and Kool Keith the microphone maniac. All the while, Moe Love & TR Love were present; watching, learning, growing, perfecting and although seldom discussed, heavily contributing.

By the time the Mid 90s hit TR & Moe had formed their own production unit, The Beat Terrorists, contributing powerful tracks to a impressive list of satisfied clientele that ranged from up-comers to legends in the game. They have been on the grind, pushing forward every since...

With their new Ultra Laboratory Stories project they take a second to reflect back on some of those unknown and unheard contributions to the growth and development of Ultramagnetic as well introduce the world to their new crew.

In part one of this interview they discuss growing up in the Bronx, musical inspirations, the forming of Ultramagnetic MCs, the odd placement of TR Love's vocal debut, & a closer look at the Ultramagnetic MC's Production Credits...



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