Music producer Adrian Younge explains how he ended up working on “Luke Cage.” He talks about feeling like it was “too good to be true,” when Cheo Coker asked him to sign on to the project, and why he felt so connected to the piece. He also talks about structuring the music like an album back in the day, since people binge-watch shows the way people would consume new albums.

He talks about making every song specific for the scoring of every episode, and creating 13 different albums to go along with the 13 episodes in the season. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive interview from the “Ed Lover Show.

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