On this week’s episode of the ROAD Podcast, the fellas welcome Grammy-Award winning DJ/Producer and Hip-Hop Legend Easy Mo Bee. Easy Mo Bee shares his early days in production with “Pause Tapes” and how DJ’ing is his first love thanks to his father . He addresses rumors of him “hating serato” and recaps his all vinyl set at On The Record with DJ Pee.Wee (aka Anderson .Paak) and Eddie Mcdonald. Easy speaks on his IG Live stream “TMS (Time Machine Session) Weekends” and his rap group, Rappin’ Is Fundamental, which led to producing records for Big Daddy Kane. He breaks down his recording process with Miles Davis which was similar to 2Pac. Easy shares his memories of recording “Runnin From The Police” featuring 2Pac and The Notorious B.I.G. and describes the intense ‘90s ‘east coast vs. west coast’ beef while working with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. He finally opens up about tensions between him and Diddy which almost resulted in not being included on Biggie’s 2nd album, Life After Death, and how “Going Back To Cali” was intentionally made to mend the east coast vs. west coast beef. Finally, Easy Mo Bee addresses Biggie’s unreleased music, which Hip-Hop producer he feels most competitive with between DJ Premier or Pete Rock, and which artist he’d want to work with in 2022.