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1st Digital Single 'RECIPE'



original track: "All I Want" Audio Push/Chance The Rapper Type Beat RnB Instrumental




peaceful life
original track: "JOY" (90 BPM) HIP-HOP SAMPLE BEAT


UNIQ Special Choreography

흔들어 (Body To Body)


MBA Partners OST

My Dream


Happy New Year – Single

1. Happy New Year (feat. Cosmic Girls)
2. Happy New Year


The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water OST

Erase Your Little Sadness


Trick Or Treat (속았지?) - M.O.L.A

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How Audio Push's Price Learned To Find Comfort in Going Solo

You have an assortment of sounds on this project. You have fun-sounding records like “Rank,” “Golden,” and “Medals” but switch it up on “Amistad” and “Issue.”

For me, again, I love music and I’m a fan of it, especially the people I looked up to in this game. None of my favorite rappers had just one sound -- they can rap on anything. I had to make an album that I wanted to listen to front to back and I have to make music that’s true to me. I’m taking different approaches with the sound because I want to come out of the gate and establish this with my fans that you know I’m always coming with something different.  

You have a very strong friendship with Hit-Boy. What’s the biggest critique he’s given you that you’ve taken with you as you continue with your music career? 

Hit-Boy is my brother. The bar Hit-Boy gave me was him stressing to me that I use my voice, like my regular rap voice. I have my own unique voice already, so in turn, when I rap, it gives me an even more unique voice like ODB, Method Man, Rick Ross or Jay-Z. Hit-Boy pointed that out to me, because for so many years in my career I tried really hard to have a rap voice. That’s what we grew up on, was trying to have a voice instead of embracing our own voice. The real advice Hit-Boy gave me was to use my voice, my original voice, because using that will let me be original in my own music.  

You got to work with the legendary Wyclef Jean. What’s the impact he had on your career? 

Wyclef is incredible, man. He’s just different. He’s so normal and I get what people mean when they talk about him. He was so embracing of me but he also loves my raps. Just the way he speaks about me I can’t really put it into words it’s just amazing. The best advice he has given me was when we were just talking one day and he said, “People make life hard and they make it harder than it needs to be.” That was it to where it was that simple and plain. Even though that’s such a broad statement, for someone like me I get what that means. Wyclef is incredible.

On the album closer, “Said and Done,” you talk a lot about what you hope for in your career. Do you feel right now you’ve broken some of the generational curses you rap about on this album? 

Yes. Like I said, I’m actually one of the generational cures of my family. Every generational curse has a generational cure, and that’s a segue into the book I’m released with the album. My grandmother did the unthinkable and had sex with her sister’s husband and they ran off to Texas from San Francisco. By the time they came back around to the family, it was about three years later and they had a two-and-a-half-year-old kid who’s my mom and now is the black sheep of the family with my grandma. If she didn’t do the unthinkable I wouldn’t have been born. One of the generational cures came from the darkest places. I’m the first in my family to do anything I’ve ever done. That’s one of the inspirations of the book, talking about what’s going on in these broken minds. 

The purpose of this book is that there are so many people that share the same “unthinkable” stories and generational curses that are $500 million, Tyler Perry movie, life story-level crazy s--t that has never been told and never will be told because there is nobody here to immortalize their legacies. That’s what generational cure is about. My story is still being told but the stories of my mom, my aunts, uncles, grandma, my family before me need to be told. This book will make people go back and have these much-needed tough conversations with their families.

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Discography audio push

Audio Push

Audio Push is an American hip hop duo from Inland Empire, California. The group consists of Oktane (Julian Browne) and Price (Larry Jacks, Jr.).


In 2009, the duo were signed to Interscope Records,[1] and they had their first hit single with the track, titled "Teach Me How to Jerk". In 2012, they signed with Hit-Boy's record label, named "Hits Since 87 Inc", which is a part of the Interscope Records, while it was running independently by Hit Boy.[2]


Studio albums[edit]


  • The Soundcheck (2009)
  • The Backstage Pass (2010)
  • The Intermission (2010)
  • 7th Letter (2011)
  • My Turn (2011)[3]
  • Truth Be Told (2012)
  • Inland Empire (2012)
  • Come As You Are (2013)
  • The Good Vibe Tribe (2015)
  • My Turn II (2015)
  • Inside the Vibe (2016)
  • My Turn III (2017)

Extended plays[edit]

  • The Stone Junction (2016)
  • The Throwaways (2017)
  • Melange (2018)


Guest appearances[edit]


  1. ^Interscope signs Audio Push, attempts to cash in on the jerkin' craze, Los Angeles Times music blog, July 30, 2009.
  2. ^"Hit-Boy is Trying to Recreate Quality Vibes with His HS87 Imprint, Audio Push Project - XXL".
  3. ^
  4. ^"Tracklisting: Brianna Perry – 'Symphony No. 9: The B Collection'". Rap-Up. March 2, 2013. Retrieved March 4, 2013.
  5. ^ abcdefghij"Hit Boy Presents: HS87 - All I've Ever Dreamed Of". LiveMixtapes. Complex Media. March 19, 2013. Retrieved February 20, 2014.
  6. ^Illy (April 18, 2013). "Funkmaster Flex - Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself? (Mixtape)". 2DopeBoyz. Complex Media. Retrieved February 20, 2014.
  7. ^ abcdefgEric Jaffe (May 27, 2014). "Stream HS87's New Album "We The Plug"". HotNewHipHop. Retrieved June 9, 2014.
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