Co-Founder of Def Jam Recordings, former Co-President of Columbia Records, and record producer Rick Rubin has been a key figure of hip-hop music and its history. He started Def Jam Recordings in his NYU dorm in the 1980s. Rubin makes his mark in history again this week, serving as the host of Hulu's new six-part docu-series, "McCartney 3,2,1," premiering July 16. The legend covers the upcoming docu-series with questions to McCartney regarding his early days with The Beatles. Rubin has worked with the most well-known musicians, adding his magical touch to complete their body of work. As he continues to contribute to music history, he remains a prominent and influential figure across all genres of music.


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