Questlove is a pretty big fan of vinyl records - he has over 70,000 (yeah, you read that right) in his collection, so it's safe to say that he knows his way around a record store and has spent his fair share of money on music. However, he admits in a column for Wired's music issue that he is not above ripping a song from YouTube. He said that the way we listen to music now makes it “harder and harder to truly fall in love with a song or album.”

He later added “Discovering new music was always an act of revolution for me,” and explained how he would often find out about new acts in clubs: “When I was 25, it was walking back to the van after opening for the Pharcyde but getting drawn back to the club by a woozy, witchy beat that turned out to be J Dilla. I turned around; that was another revolution.”

In the videos below, you can hear him give more of his thoughts on the subject of ripping tracks from YouTube as well as vinyl snobs, and how he used to have to hide Prince's album 1999 from his mom back in the day. They're all incredibly interesting, and I highly recommend checking them out if you've got some time. You can also read his column on Wired here.