- Posted on Apr 12th 2011 8:00PM by Contessa Gayles
Gino DePinto, AOL
"I came up on the hip-hop scene, definitely," he tells Spinner. "Throughout the '90s, I would listen to nothing but hip-hop, play nothing but hip-hop, but I feel like from about 2000, hip-hop started going downhill for me. There was less and less rap music that I was interested in playing. And I started finding the energy and the rawness that I loved about hip-hop in other types of club music."
Watch the full interview with DJ Yoda below and visit AOL Music's SXSW site for more Live from Austin video interviews.
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