The spin doctor 

DJ Toomp graduates from the old school and learns hard lessons about the business of music along the way

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Still, Toomp's enthusiasm about the project is infectious. He says he's excited to work on Paper Trail, which he thinks will be a "masterpiece as soon as we really vibe."

"We're about to get ready to make some more good music," Toomp says. "I still love this guy. He still loves me. I'm still his big brother, and he's still my little brother."


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