Renowned music producer, Hammer has revealed he bumped into the world of sound engineering by accident as he had always wanted to be a filmmaker.
The boss of the Last Two told Sammy Flex in an interview he wanted to become a film director back in the days but his partner who saw his potential urged him to be a music producer because that was his ‘calling.’
When Sammy asked him why most of his compilations are not on iTunes, Hammer revealed that he was like a teacher who came to solve a problem and leaves; a reason why he lost most of his data with the exception of ‘Pae Mu Ka’.
“Let me tell you something about me. I became a producer by mistake. Don’t think Hammer is a crazy genius producer. I became a producer because my partner kept on saying, Hammer the way your mind works around music, you’re a producer.”
“So my partner pushed me to become a producer. He was the person who actually pushed and pushed and pushed.”
“I always felt I was going to leave this and go and do something else so the production thing wasn’t a thing for me.”
“It wasn’t like I was a growing producer who kept records of my works because I wanted to be a film director,” he narrated