Why Def Jam Recordings and Rick Rubin are similar
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- A year later, the group released "Public Enemy #1", which brought them to the attention of Def Jam Records executive Rick Rubin.
- In March 2013, West described the album to Bagley as near completion, only to revise this statement one month later to "the album is" only 30 percent complete". West made several last-minute alterations to Yeezus, enlisting the co-founder of Def Jam Recordings, Rick Rubin, as an executive producer for additional recording mere days before its release; changes included re-recording whole songs and rewriting entire verses. The rough cut West played Rubin ran nearly three and a half hours long. West's orders to Rubin were to take the music in a "stripped-down minimal direction", often removing elements already recorded. In a September 2013 interview with radio DJ Zane Lowe, West said of Rubin that "he's not a producer, he's a reducer".
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