Ketchums x Tasherre D’Enajetic x Metro Times

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I interviewed Tasherre D’Enajetic for Metro Times, and the article hits newsstands and the Net this week. They used an older photo of him because of some misunderstandings on everyone’s end, but I thought I’d use a more recent one on my own blog. The article still came out great, though – we talked about his trials and tribulations behind Project 52, in which he releases a new song every week. He’s also launched his newly redesigned site, TasherreDEnajetic.com.

An excerpt:

 

Making an album of music is a process that, of course, takes time. These days, an artist that releases one LP every year or two is considered consistent, even prolific. And some “require” more time to slow-cook their masterpieces. Fans had to wait seven yearsbetween Dr. Dre’s 1992 solo debut, The Chronic, and his sophomore set, 2001 (which, despite its title, was released in 1999). Meanwhile, his alleged final album,Detox, is urban legend because of its repeated release date changes.

Nevertheless, Detroit emcee Tasherre D’Enajetic made plans last year to record 52 songs — roughly four complete albums in CD terms — in as many weeks, or a year. At press time, he’s halfway toward his goal.

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