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Eminem and Rick Ross.R. hes known for flipping samples" Theres truth to that Ive had a good amount of success remaking samples but I dont go into it saying "Im going to be the sample guy" I dont go out of my way trying to interject a JR sound Thats going to happen naturally without me trying You produced one song that I thought was going to be everywhereWho Is Fancys "Boys Like You" featuring Meghan Trainor and Ariana Grande What happened to that song I was so happy to be a part of the song and getting both Ariana and Meghan as features made it even bigger Once I do a song as a producer theres no telling where it will go I lose control at that point Thats how it works in the music industry It may end up blowing up overnight It may take several months or a year to get big I myself have been wondering whats up with that song and I dont really have an answer other than I had high hopes for it There are so many factors It has to do with the relationship between the artist and the label Pop radio only plays a certain number of songs so if pop radio is concentrating on Meghan Trainors first single they might feel its a conflict to have another song where Meghan is featured because thats too many slots of Meghan You know how it is: sometimes when you listen to pop radio it feels like youre hearing the same six seven songs over and over again Im not sure thats the reasonIm just speculating But I was really proud to be a part of that song I love the honest message that Fancy was delivering Its kind of pushing boundaries definitely edgy I love being a part of things like that Is there anybody youre working with right now that youre really excited about When I sign artists I don’t like to sign five or 10 and dilute my attention and see which ones pan out I have to be selective I’ve had some successes with artists like Jason Derulo and then there have been other times when I spent a long time on an artist that maybe wasn’t worth the time I was holding out and waiting until I found someone special and Im very happy to say I found it His name is Marteen Estevez Theres a Grammy-nominated singer named KehlaniMarteen is Kehlanis cousin Hes about to turn 15 and hes got one of the most incredible R&B voices Ive ever heard To me hes as much of a superstar as anyone Ive ever worked with The tone of his voice and the stories that hes telling are some of the most potent that Ive ever worked with Im as inspired as ever One last thing: are you doing anything to celebrate the 10th anniversary of your work on Kevin Federlines Playing With Fire [Laughs] Uh no I havent planned anything yet Its been a decade A decade Thats amazing Man time really flies Write to Nolan Feeney at [email protected] all started with a couple of pairs of earphones In 1995 in Beijing Wang Hai spent $20 on what were billed as state-of-the-art Sony headphones The amalgams of plastic and wire were as often happens in a country infamous for fake or questionable products not quite functional and not quite Sony But China had enacted a consumer-protection law the year before that gave a bit of muscle to the nations beleaguered shoppers So Wang who studied law in college bought 10 more faulty earphones and took his case to the Beijing Municipal Administration of Industry and Commerce He was hailed as the first person to test Chinas consumer-rights legislationand he won receiving double the price of his losses from the shop Successful legal efforts against purveyors of pirated shoes and clothes followed "No one understood what I was doing" he recalls "They said How can you make money from other peoples fraud I said I am standing up for the consumer" Since that landmark civil action nearly two decades ago Wang now 40 has forged a business empire fighting for consumer rights One company investigates corporate malfeasance Another of his firms focuses on the rights of property owners: in China the real estate market is so frenzied that many apartments are sold even before the ground is broken and unscrupulous developers often promise more than they deliver Yet another venture tracks brand pirates Besides helping individual consumers Wang also consults for the Chinese government and tracks counterfeits for multinationals Wang gives lectures on consumer rights at universities and runs a free consumer-complaints hotline He has hosted TV shows His targets have included large state-owned telecom companies which he successfully urged to release more-detailed phone bills In a nominally communist nation where the contest of capitalism runs largely unchecked by state oversight Wangs is a vital voice "Chinas biggest challenge is that it has to evolve from giving profits to those who cheat and run overprotected monopolies to rewarding those who innovate" he says "How can China continue to grow and be competitive if it doesnt value quality" China may have lawsafter all its civilization boasts one of the deepest repositories of legal knowledge in the world But rule of law is often elusive and corruption rife Consumer rights is one of the few areas in which individuals can triumph and use the law to their advantage Still Wangs shock tactics can land him in trouble When he first started out his legal campaigns pursued small-time operators But Wang now exposes bigger fish often linked to the state After Wang accused a major detergent company of using unsafe ingredients the propaganda office of the city district where the firm is based publicly attacked him in official media In 2013 Chinas consumer-protection law was enhanced for the first time since 1994 Now compensation for a faulty product has been raised to a maximum of three times the loss as opposed to two To Wang thats not enough "The consumer-rights law in China still values the company over the customer" he says noting that China doesnt have an independent consumer-rights association Local media are complicit too taking payoffs in return for favorable write-ups of certain brands A string of safety scandalspoisoned milk powder fake drugs even watermelons that explode from an overdose of growth hormoneshas made the Chinese preference for imported products more than just a matter of taste Among Wangs favorite targets are Chinese companies that could pass as foreign brands by using seemingly Western names Take the case of the curiously named Jissbon one of the most popular condom companies in China (Its Chinese rendering uses the same characters as James Bonds name in Mandarin) Wang knew that many Chinese thought the condom manufacturer was a trusted British brand even though friends in Britain couldnt find Jissbon condoms there Wang discovered that Jissbons first trademark was Chinese not British Most of the companys directors were based in Wuhan a central Chinese city (Ironically Jissbon eventually did become a foreign brand when Australian condommaker Ansell acquired it) Wangs crusading doesnt exclude non-Chinese companies In 2012 he publicly chastised Nike for having released a line of basketball shoes in China that had one air cushion while similar sneakers produced for other markets had twoand were less expensive Nike said there was a mix-up in its publicity materials and offered refunds Yet Wang famously wears American Ray-Bans as part of his swashbuckling consumer-superhero getup His clothes come from Japans Uniqlo and Timberland the American retailer "I love my country" says Wang "but if I can help it I will not buy Chinese products You cant trust most of them" Thats a preference millions upon millions of his countrymen share This trust deficit may have profound consequences "You wont find a visionary company like Apple in China until companies here consider the customer invaluable" Wang says iPhone in hand "The fate of Chinas economy depends on how it treats its consumers" With reporting by Gu Yongqiang / Beijing Contact us at [email protected] where the processing of asylum seekers would be transferred to other European countries, One of them reported 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