Vast Aire – The Interview
Kirk Pickstone June 25, 2020
Vast Aire an artist in his own right but has also guested or collaborated with some brilliant artists, an honest and informative interview.
His first interview since the sad loss of his parents so much respect to him for chatting
Total respect to Vast Aire to taking the time to come and chat with me on the show!
Go check him out for sure
About Vast Aire (from wiki)
Vast Aire’s fame increased significantly as part of Cannibal Ox with Vordul Mega. Together with producer El-P, it recorded its debut album, The Cold Vein, and released it in 2001. The album was a critical success. Since then, Vast Aire has pursued solo interests. His first solo album Look Mom… No Hands was released in April 2004. This was followed by The Best Damn Rap Show, a collaborative effort with DJ Mighty Mi from The High & Mighty in 2005. These solo projects did not break Vast Aire from his obligations at Definitive Jux with Cannibal Ox. Vast has since gone on to work with members from the Megahertz crew, and was a member of The Weathermen alongside Copywrite, Yak Ballz, Cage, Aesop Rock, the late Camu Tao, and Tame One. However, he was kicked out of the Weathermen by Camu Tao after allegedly stealing from both Yak Ballz and Tame One. In 2009 he denounced the Weathermen group as a whole. This followed rapper and Weathermen founder Cage writing the song “Nothing Left to Say” about Vast Aire trying to profit from Camu Tao’s death and then calling him out on his Myspace page. Vast Aire is also a part of a group called LXG, the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
The Show -( Audio)
The Interview Video
On Other Platforms
His Music On Spotify
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On Apple Music
The New York-based rapper Vast Aire first appeared on the East Coast’s underground hip-hop scene as part of the Atoms Family collective in the late ’90s, but he gained wider attention as one half of the duo Cannibal Ox alongside Vordul Megilah.
Check Us Out Here
We’re Freakin Global
From 2011 Vast Aire
Cadillac Records The Trailer
The Track Empire Records
Respect to Vast Aire for his time, energy, music and insights
looking forward to AirePlane Album
the previous interview we spoke about