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INTERVIEW: DJ and Gimme That Beat founder J. Rizzle answers quick-fire questions on the best of 2015

Around this time last year The New Beatmaker called J. Rizzle 'one of the most hardworking men in the game, J. Rizzle is a writer, DJ and music, sneaker and cap connoisseur to boot!  He is clearly a man who has learned the secret of how to not need sleep.'

Well...he still hasn't told me his secret!

His output CONTINUES to include the instrumental / beats focused blog Gimmie That Beat, the DJ-Centred Check Deez, and 'KIX & LIDZ', dedicated to his love of sneakers and caps.  I don't know how he does it all.

J. Rizzle: DJ, Writer, Music, sneaker and cap connoisseur.
Welcome back to J. Rizzle, here's what he had to say about last year:

Favourite hardware: 'MSI's Z170A SLI Plus.'

Favourite software: 'Trend Micro Titanium.' 

Favourite freeware:  ''

Favourite song: 'Big Sean "IDFWU."'

Favourite music video: 'Puff Daddy & The Family ft. Pharrell "Finna Get Loose."'

Favourite album: 'Scarface  "Deeply Rooted."'

Favourite musician, producer or beatmaker: 'Apollo Brown.'

Favourite app, blog or website: 'OkayPlayer.

Highlight: When the mix I did "Forty04" reached over 3000+ plays on Audiomack.

Low point: 'Burnt a perfectly good Supreme thin Crust pizza, when it was the last thing left in the freezer, lol.'

Music based New Year resolution: 'I will expand my musical taste by making mixes in other genres of music.' 
Good stuff J!

Many thanks for checking in and all the best for the year.
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