P Carmack edit. Come As You Are Cover. Drinking Alone feat. Acoustic Version. Nightwalker ft DFD. Zoseph Arrival ft Jimetta Jones. Carmack edit []. Turnips ft Ayomari.

Fck It feat. P Mr Carmack Remix. PYP Mr. Parker ft DFD. Dorian Interlude ft DJ Zo. Tickets ft Shafiq Husayn. Departure Bob James. Podcast 27 - Breezy Lovejoy - Knocksteady Live. Carmack Remix.

Breezy Lovejoy Anderson Paak 8oom 8ap. Carmack Extended Edit. Carmack edit. Play Your Part Mr. Zoseph Arrival [feat. Jimetta Jones]. Play Your Part. Dorian ft. E and J Ft. Nightwalker Feat. Piece In The Glovebox ft.

No Draws [Explicit]. Turnips ft. Zoseph Arrival ft. Carmack Edit - Extended. Sadie - Breezy Lovejoy. Arrival:Bob James. Put You On. The Hotbox Live. Same Ole Clothes. Yellow No. Knocksteady Live. Piece In Glovebox.

Summer Breeze feat. Zoseph Arrival feat Jimetta Jones. KNX - Plaiurprt. Ms Parker. Nightwalker Ft DFD. Your Eyes. K-Town Girl [ft. Carmack Edit ExtendedVersion. PYP Carmack Edit. Carmack Edit Extendedversion.

Bitch Featuring Breezy Lovejoy. Nightwalker f. Turnips Ft. Accoustic Version. Bob James [feat. Parker ft. Bloody Waters. Zoseph Arrival f.

DepartureBob James. Breezy Lovejoy P. Tickets ft. Knights Of C' Bus. Need More People Remix. P Acoustic Version. Piece In The Glovebox [feat. Fuck It Ft.

Cellphone Ft. Wood Works. We Did It Again. Bars Simzson Bonus Track. So Much Bigger Now. What's Next Breeze? Ordinary Girl. The Hamptons. Time Piece ft.

Lil Durk. There are through-lines in the music and them being set in California. Do you see yourself moving beyond that universe, leaving California? Yeah, the box scent is like, boom, that was that.

So I'm excited to just leap into completely something different. So what does that mean? Oh, man, I'm excited. Everyone has the style of rock 'n' roll or punk, but they don't play instruments, and so you have this whole generation where hip-hop is the new rock, trap is the new hair metal.

But then there has to be that other void to make that, like, Nirvana or whatever. So I think that's where I'm at, too, with what I want to jump into next. But honestly, outside of that, I just want to receive shit.

I just want to go and travel, be with my fam, I want to go and listen, learn. What does that mean to you? The Free Nationals have an incredible album that we've been working on.

I want to get back into producing and making beats. That was so much fun. I used to do that with Malibu. I was in there making this stuff, recording my own self. It's time to get back in there and get your hands dirty and get weird again.

But that kind of all sounds like work. Is there stuff you want to do in terms of traveling and—? Yeah, I want to take a vacation. It's tough, though, man. I feel I'm missing out, you know?

It's tough for me to go and just, like, be still. Just thinking about it, I get fidgety, you know? I got kids and [my son is] going to be two years old, and I've been on the road since he's been born, so yeah, getting back tapped in with the fam.

And my [other] son, I know he's into music, I know he wants to do some acting and stuff, too, so encouraging those things and just, like, chilling with wifey and family, and eating. But it's always so tough.

I want to get into… it all does sound like work, but yeah, I want to just develop more into movies and maybe do voiceover stuff, helping to produce movies. I've been working on scripts and stuff.

There's like a lot of things that I still have to learn from besides music. So, like, kind of just throwing myself into something else where I feel like, okay, I'm starting at square one.

Which is like family time in a sense, too. I'm away so much, that when I come back it's like, Oh shit. How do I just be chill, dump the trash, do regular shit, pay attention to my kids?

Have you always been a big cinephile? I love movies, and I went to a magnet high school, and we didn't have sports. And one of the courses was film editing, so we worked on Adobe Premiere.

And I loved it. I loved making my own home videos of my sisters and editing. So I would love to produce some flicks. Dre is always like, "Yo, you got to make sure you got something that's besides touring and doing music, like I got Beats.

But I love doing shows, I love being in the studio. But I've been thinking about that lately, like: What else are you going to do? Your music is obviously very much of Los Angeles. But we're in Virginia, around Pharrell and Timbaland and all these people.

So I'm wondering if and how Virginia and these different artists may have impacted your music. Absolutely, hugely. Timbaland, Magoo, Missy, Pharrell, N.

Something was definitely in the water over here. I wanted to make beats coming up. So much was coming from here.

And that hometown love is something in unison with what I had going on in Ventura County and in Oxnard. It's a beach town, very sleepy, no one ever gets things over there.

And I realize, these fools, they grew in sleepy towns and they were making crazy noise and maybe that was part of why they had such a big impact. Sometimes the hardest places to impress or the hardest places to get out of are these small places.

And that's definitely how it was in Ventura County. Pharrell's probably one of the biggest impacts on my career, and just on me being a black artist being different.

I grew up watching those, and I thought you had to dance, you had to sing, you had to talk about sexual things--and I have done that in my music--but when I saw Pharrell, I was like, Okay, you could be different, you could be creative.

Timbaland, Missy and all them, they came in the game with a different sound. Timbaland had a distinct sound, the Neptunes had a distinct sound.

So that consistency, that was it. That's how I built my shit. I wanted my voice to have a distinct sound. I wanted, boom, boom, boom, 'Yes, Lawd!

And it was like, you could do whatever you want. You could wear trucker hats. I grew up in Ventura, skater, surf culture. And to see Pharrell out here looking like a skater around all these thugs, and being able to be the musician to bring everything together, that was me.

I was the drummer, I had my own studio. But I realized that when you have that love for your city and you have that ability to play, it's going to make you the glue to bring [together] people like Clipse and Jay Z and also N.

How did it develop? My style's similar to my music: it has a wide range. And it's very colorful. I don't like to do shit normal. Sometimes I fantasize, like, okay I'm just going to do like a regular thing.

It's just me. And being a drummer, it has to be loose, it has to be something that feels good. It can't be constricting. I think it's just all those things from how I grew up and being a representation of the music.

It's not boxed-in and it's colorful and it's happy, it's positive. It's free, it's free. You could do whatever you want.

Do you think that fans are craving live music right now? People that can really play.

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Dorian ft. E and J Ft. Nightwalker Feat. Piece In The Glovebox ft. No Draws [Explicit]. Turnips ft. Zoseph Arrival ft. Carmack Edit - Extended.

Sadie - Breezy Lovejoy. Arrival:Bob James. Put You On. The Hotbox Live. Same Ole Clothes. Yellow No. Knocksteady Live. Piece In Glovebox. Summer Breeze feat. Zoseph Arrival feat Jimetta Jones.

KNX - Plaiurprt. Ms Parker. Nightwalker Ft DFD. Your Eyes. K-Town Girl [ft. Carmack Edit ExtendedVersion. PYP Carmack Edit. Carmack Edit Extendedversion.

Bitch Featuring Breezy Lovejoy. Nightwalker f. Turnips Ft. Accoustic Version. Bob James [feat. Parker ft. Bloody Waters. Zoseph Arrival f. DepartureBob James. Breezy Lovejoy P. Tickets ft. Knights Of C' Bus.

Need More People Remix. P Acoustic Version. Piece In The Glovebox [feat. Fuck It Ft. Cellphone Ft. Wood Works. We Did It Again.

Bars Simzson Bonus Track. So Much Bigger Now. What's Next Breeze? Ordinary Girl. The Hamptons. Time Piece ft. Lil Durk. Sunday Mass feat. Bilal Salaam. Nola's Bounce.

XO FBG. No More Sunny Days. Zoseph Arrival Feat. I'm on It feat. Ticets Ft. Breezy Lovejoy - P. Slowdown Girl. Boom Bap. P Mr Carmack Edit. Sunday Q. Yellow Number 5 Feat. Zoseph Arrival featuring Jimetta Jones.

Nightwalker featuring DFD. Slow Down Girl. Girls Best Friend Closer. Girls Best Friend. Frank Ocean. Tame Impala. Selena Gomez.

Cage the Elephant. Britney Spears. That was so much fun. I used to do that with Malibu. I was in there making this stuff, recording my own self.

It's time to get back in there and get your hands dirty and get weird again. But that kind of all sounds like work.

Is there stuff you want to do in terms of traveling and—? Yeah, I want to take a vacation. It's tough, though, man. I feel I'm missing out, you know? It's tough for me to go and just, like, be still.

Just thinking about it, I get fidgety, you know? I got kids and [my son is] going to be two years old, and I've been on the road since he's been born, so yeah, getting back tapped in with the fam.

And my [other] son, I know he's into music, I know he wants to do some acting and stuff, too, so encouraging those things and just, like, chilling with wifey and family, and eating.

But it's always so tough. I want to get into… it all does sound like work, but yeah, I want to just develop more into movies and maybe do voiceover stuff, helping to produce movies.

I've been working on scripts and stuff. There's like a lot of things that I still have to learn from besides music.

So, like, kind of just throwing myself into something else where I feel like, okay, I'm starting at square one. Which is like family time in a sense, too.

I'm away so much, that when I come back it's like, Oh shit. How do I just be chill, dump the trash, do regular shit, pay attention to my kids?

Have you always been a big cinephile? I love movies, and I went to a magnet high school, and we didn't have sports. And one of the courses was film editing, so we worked on Adobe Premiere.

And I loved it. I loved making my own home videos of my sisters and editing. So I would love to produce some flicks. Dre is always like, "Yo, you got to make sure you got something that's besides touring and doing music, like I got Beats.

But I love doing shows, I love being in the studio. But I've been thinking about that lately, like: What else are you going to do? Your music is obviously very much of Los Angeles.

But we're in Virginia, around Pharrell and Timbaland and all these people. So I'm wondering if and how Virginia and these different artists may have impacted your music.

Absolutely, hugely. Timbaland, Magoo, Missy, Pharrell, N. Something was definitely in the water over here. I wanted to make beats coming up. So much was coming from here. And that hometown love is something in unison with what I had going on in Ventura County and in Oxnard.

It's a beach town, very sleepy, no one ever gets things over there. And I realize, these fools, they grew in sleepy towns and they were making crazy noise and maybe that was part of why they had such a big impact.

Sometimes the hardest places to impress or the hardest places to get out of are these small places. And that's definitely how it was in Ventura County.

Pharrell's probably one of the biggest impacts on my career, and just on me being a black artist being different. I grew up watching those, and I thought you had to dance, you had to sing, you had to talk about sexual things--and I have done that in my music--but when I saw Pharrell, I was like, Okay, you could be different, you could be creative.

Timbaland, Missy and all them, they came in the game with a different sound. Timbaland had a distinct sound, the Neptunes had a distinct sound.

So that consistency, that was it. That's how I built my shit. I wanted my voice to have a distinct sound. I wanted, boom, boom, boom, 'Yes, Lawd!

And it was like, you could do whatever you want. You could wear trucker hats. I grew up in Ventura, skater, surf culture. And to see Pharrell out here looking like a skater around all these thugs, and being able to be the musician to bring everything together, that was me.

I was the drummer, I had my own studio. But I realized that when you have that love for your city and you have that ability to play, it's going to make you the glue to bring [together] people like Clipse and Jay Z and also N.

How did it develop? My style's similar to my music: it has a wide range. And it's very colorful. I don't like to do shit normal. Sometimes I fantasize, like, okay I'm just going to do like a regular thing.

It's just me. And being a drummer, it has to be loose, it has to be something that feels good. It can't be constricting. I think it's just all those things from how I grew up and being a representation of the music.

It's not boxed-in and it's colorful and it's happy, it's positive. It's free, it's free. You could do whatever you want.

Do you think that fans are craving live music right now? People that can really play. Now I feel like there's a big movement towards moving away from that, with hiding the bands.

The thing is, people are competing with DJs now. There are huge acts that are just all visual acts. And so it used to be you playing your instrument was enough.

Like, Oh they're rocking out, they're jamming. But that's not enough no more for some of these kids. And especially if you're not ripping like that, if it's just kind of a gimmick, and you can't really play.

Jimi Hendrix, that motherfucker was a virtuoso, he was just playing, he was ripping, he was a rock star with that. But it's like a whole movement towards hiding the bands so we can make way for the star and the screens, because these kids need something more than that.

But whenever there's something like that going on, there's got to be a void on the other side where the people are really amped to see and to feel some real music.

We just have to drive it home and be on a mission to bring both worlds in. That's where I'm at. It can't just be us playing and that's it.

So I'm breaking my neck with my band, trying to get us to that level, and we're slowly getting there.

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Thanks for your patience. Trippy feat. Treach You really feel a guitar presence throughout Venice. Not to be confused with Anderson Park disambiguation. Rahzel - Rahzel's Greatest Knock Outs! You can catch Anderson. I finished both records at the same time—one was supposed to be gritty, and one was supposed to be pretty. Also taking it even more creatively with the song structures, and really getting off on my drum ability, too. Loved it.

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Create Your Promotion. Log in Subscription Info. Skip more info content Search query All Breezy lovejoy play your part. Hold on, not trying, doing it. Whatever we could do in those early times, all we cared about was the jamming—playing and getting better. Eventually we met our bass player, Kelsey Gonzalez.

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Pay then. I was just breszy for the music. MD: Your breezy lovejoy play your part album, Ventura, breezy lovejoy play your part to have even more live playing on it. I love it. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Http://howwouldyouvote.us/blade-2-android-play-store.html and Privacy Policy. Depending on how bad the sound guy was, sometimes we would be on top of the track, or completely rushing, or behind. When people saw that I was a musician or that I could actually play, you could see the respect. Tupac and Snoop, I just buried myself in it. Dre album there have been plenty of those over the past quarter century. We hit it off.

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