Quick Beats: Sonic Mania Composer On Portuguese Rap And His Musical Hero


Somic Mania Tee Lopes
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Throughout the Nintendo Life Video Game Music Festival we’re speaking to a range of composers and musicians for a mixture of in-depth interviews and shorter, sharper (and perhaps a little goofier) Q&As where we ask just ten rapid-fire personal questions; we’re calling these shorter features ‘Quick Beats‘.

We spoke to today’s interviewee at the start of the VGM Fest where he talked about Sonic, Streets of Rage, and making music on a PS1. Today, though, Tee Lopes returns to answer 10 quickfire questions that regular readers should be familiar with by now.

So, let’s start by finding out the very first record this ascending composing legend bought…

Nintendo Life: What was the first song or album you remember buying?

Tee Lopes: “Suspeitos do costume” by “Mind Da Gap”. Portuguese Rap. I got it at the airport right before I boarded the plane to come live in the US back in ’02. It was the first album I ever bought with my own money.

What was the last music you listened to?

Super Street Fighter II Turbo (3DO) – Ken’s theme. It’s the best version of that song, and I won’t be told otherwise.


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