Just dropped one with my bro @travisbarker
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.
James Corden welcomes Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker to the show, who both talk about how quarantine has been a positive force for them, and MGK and James push Travis to take a side in the Blink 182 pronunciation debate.
This event will raise funds for The United Nations Foundation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund for The World Health Organization (WHO) in support of COVID-19 relief efforts. Fans will be able to make donations to the UN Foundation in real time during the livestream event by using the "DONATE" button on the bottom or right hand side of the screen. Google.org will be matching all donations at a 2:1 rate, up to $5M, with all proceeds going to the UN Foundation.
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Travis Barker’s one of the most successful artists in the music industry, but he has no interest in resting on his laurels. He rose to fame as the drummer for Blink-182, but has started living a second life as a rap producer and go-to session player for emcees looking to spice up beats with live drums.
After collaborating with musicians and rappers on Atlantic Records, Barker was approached by Johnny Minardi and Gregg Nadel from Elektra Records about a relationship outside of straightforward production. The result is DTA Records, Barker’s new playground for emerging artists and legendary rappers.