Since college, grime artist Novelist wanted to make music at Abbey Road, the fabled London recording studio where everyone from the Beatles to Adele recorded their hits. "I remember once I told a teaching assistant in my music class, 'Yeah, I'm gonna go to Abbey Road,' and you can just tell when somebody's not taking what you're saying serious," the 21-year-old says. "It made me laugh a bit." Within the past year, though, he was in the famed studio, putting the finishing touches on his sonically complex debut LP, Novelist Guy, which came out this past spring. It's since been shortlisted for the U.K.'s Mercury Prize. "For me, it was a business transaction," he says of fulfilling his dream. "It wasn't just, 'Oh, yeah, Novelist has found his way into Abbey Road.' Nah, I bought a session like any other studio. And I was willing to pay that money for that level of quality because, it being my debut album, it's never gonna fade away." See Also Abbey Road Studios Is Getting Its Own Documentary by Mary McCartney Abbey Road Studios Shut Down for the First Time in 89 Years. Now, It’s Thriving See Also 10 Must-Hear Old-School Country Christmas… Read full this story
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