Travis Barker: "The best album of the '70s is Innervisions by Stevie Wonder"

Anything off Innervisions. It's beyond a song, albums have a sound. That album has a sound. You turn on any song from that album and it has a sound and you know it's Stevie Wonder. I feel like there are a few albums like that. I think Enema Of The State is like that. You put on Disintegration by the Cure and it has a sound. So I guess it has that thing. And Stevie Wonder, he played everything on the album. He's been one of my favorite artists, him and Prince, since I began listening to music.

Travis Barker on Having His Own Label and Covering Nirvana With Post Malone

He also reflects on being a mentor to new artists and gives us an update on his many other projects as well.

The drummer has new Blink-182 music coming in the next two weeks; he has been busy at work producing the new Machine Gun Kelly album, Tickets To My Downfall; he signed jxdn, the first artist to his new DTA imprint, a collaboration with Elektra Records. And that’s just the beginning.