Potluck Studio Diary: The Making Of Rhymes & Resin (Pt. 3)

Potluck is back! After the Humboldt County rap duo gave fans a peak into their time on the road, via their “Strange Noize Tour Diaries” the last several months, members 1 Ton and Underrated have re-upped with BallerStatus.com for another diary … behind the making of their upcoming album.

Potluck are gearing up for the June 21st release date of their new studio album, Rhymes & Resin on Suburban Noize Records. For this album, they’ve pulled out all the stops and enlisted the help of Glasses Malone, Mister FAB, Murs, Slaine and Ill Bill to help create some sticky chemistry in the studio. Potluck are offering fans a glimpse of all the behind the scenes insanity as the group record thier new studio album in this new video blog series for BallerStatus.com, dubbed “The Making Of Rhymes & Resin.”

In episode #3, its crunch time as the guys have only two days to finish the album and hand it into the label. The guys take a moment to puff, puff, pass on some good Humboldt smoke, before Garth-Culti-Vader jumps on the booth to spit on a couple tracks. The guys put the finishing touches on the track, “Last Call 4 Alcohol” featuring BOSKO, and head off to the bar to shoot a video for the track, and then head up to Portland, OR to master the final product.

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