Paolo from Trivium On Lil Wayne, Toby Keith, Unusual Influences

Bassist Paolo Gregoletto from Trivium chats with www.WatchMojo.com about his interest in genres outside of metal, like electronic, pop and R and B. He tells us this music still teaches him something about songwriting. Unless it’s Toby Keith.
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Travis Barker talks DJ AM, Lil Wayne, Yelawolf, New Album, Hip Hop influences

www.hardknock.tv Travis Baker sat down with Nick Huff Barili yesterday to talk about his new solo album “Give The Drummer Some” coming out March 15th. Travis explains the meaning behind the title and how DJ AM would include James Brown samples on their mixtapes and live performances together. AM was an influence to Travis helping push his musical boundaries even further and introducing him to new hip hop and dubstep. Travis recalls his early Hip Hop memories of listening to Whodini, Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, RunDMC and how later when he was skating he would listen to Tha Alkaholiks, Pharcyde, Wu-Tang, Hiero (Same stuff we grew up on!). One of the standout tracks on the new album is “Let’s Go” which features Busta Rhymes, Twista and Yelawolf. Travis explains how the track came about and how it almost seems like a rap contest cause each MC sounds like they are trying to out do the other. And that’s just the beginning, in the rest of this in depth interview Travis talks about RZA, Pharrell, Lupe, Chuck from Cool Kids, Tom Morello , being part of a Jazz Bands, his friendships with Game and Lil Wayne and more! Make sure to subscribe to www.youtube.com to get our latest videos!