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Music producer, Mikey Rukus, spoke with AfterBuzz TV’s Jack Farmer to discuss signing with AEW and how he became the go-to guy for the promotion when making themes.
The following quotes were passed along by Jack Farmer.
“I continued to put feelers out there and then finally I just, I tweeted out I said, ‘I am your guy,’” he recalled. “I said, I’ve never been one to kind of stand back and be quiet. I’ve always gone after what I felt like I deserved and I what I felt like I was ready to work for and uh, the midst of that I had somebody contact me and say ‘Hey, this is the person you want to get in touch with.’ and that person’s number that was given to me was QT Marshall. We began to kind of talk back and forth and originally they needed one song for Double or Nothing 2019 and then they needed five and then it was ‘What would you charge for twenty?’ so I said ‘Well look, you could pay me twenty, you could pay me for twenty, or I’ll just work here forever, for this.” And I’m, I’m paraphrasing of course, but then, a couple of weeks later I got the phone call and they said, ‘we want to bring you on.’”
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