Musician and DJ Moby talks about his revealing new memoir

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When you think of Moby, you probably think of his smash hit single, Porcelain, in 1999. Well, he went on to sell over 20 million records worldwide and become hailed as the pioneer of electronic dance music. But before his big break, he was just a broke kid making music in New York City in the 90s—so you know he's got some juicy stories! 

Luckily for us, the DJ, musician and animal-rights activist sat down with our hosts to tell some of those tales and dish all about his memoir, Porcelain, which follows his life from 1989 to 1999.

Watch in the clip above as Moby discusses his decision to write about that time in his life and what it was like living in NYC during that time period. He also talked about the weird thing that happened at the first concert he ever performed at, plus we got a glimpse at some of his hilarious throwback photos.

Pick up your own copy of Porcelain here.
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