His production style is a mixture of sequenced instruments and often obscure jazz samples, driven by heavy beats. His first official release was an album entitled “Study Guide” along with good friend and fellow producer, Freddie Joachim. Study Guide was released by Japan’s renowned, DJ Tonk on his label Milkdipper. The CD was sold in Japan, Europe and digitally worldwide through iTunes. This collaborative project started as a conversation between two like-minded individuals.
The concept was simple, both artists possessed a distinct sound with an emphasis on jazz. The end result is a compilation that walks you through one of the most progressive musical art forms. Study Guide was also released in the U.S. as a Limited Edition Digipak with bonus tracks not on the Japanese CD. Limited copies were made and sold in select stores including Accesshiphop.com, Freshcrate.com and TurntableLab.com.
A 10″ limited edition Study Guide EP vinyl containing select tracks was also released by Homegrown Blends and is available at Freshcrate.com Question’s latest project was entitled “Standard Translation”. This instrumental album was his personal contribution to the golden era of jazzy-hip hop. This Japanese exclusive album was distributed by Introducing Label in Japan. Question’s music can be defined as an interpretation of a timeless era, purely fueled by Jazz & Soul.
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