We’ve probably heard those infamous “Sak Pase” tags blurted out on songs–particularly some of which Planet VI may have orchestrated, but for those of us who are oblivious to these sorta things being heard on wax, our friends at TLF has made sure we all get acquainted with the face as well as the name behind many noteworthy hits, including those from Jay Z & Kanye found on “Made In America” and “Who Gon Stop Me”. In part two of his sit-down with the second half of the production duo Jugganauts (part one with Verse over here), JD Anderson opens up a can of questions for one of the well slept-on hit-makers:
You already saw our interview with the other half of hit-making production duo The Juggernauts Verse Simmonds, now meet the other half of the team, Sham “Sak Passe” Joesph. In this interview the producer talks about breaking the news to his parents that he was dropping out of school to become a producer and what they thought of his plans. Sak Pase then gets into his rise to become one of the industry’s most sought after producers, telling us the story of a call he got while in the movie theater with his mother that led to him leaving the movie and flying to New York to work in the studio with Jay-Z and Kanye West on “Made It In America” and “Who Gon Stop Me”. It’s still all like a dream to him, be inspired!