With Ron Slyda’s ‘Blue Summer: Recollections of a Poetic Drunk’ Remastered Out Now, we thought it would be cool to get some facts about the making of it. So, we went to the source and asked Ron Slyda. Here’s 5 interesting facts about the making of ‘Blue Summer’.
“I developed a writing ritual where I would write my first bars to a beat at 3:33am” -Ron Slyda
“’FH/GM’ wasn’t gonna be on the album but my Baby mama (of all people) suggested I add it”
“The statue on the cover of ‘Blue Summer’ is actually of the Iranian poet, Ferdowsi”
“The phrase “niggas ain’t saying nothing” (#NASN) was a phrase we used on the block. We heard it while watching an episode of Gangland”
“I was drunk while recording the album, hence the subtitle”
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