Posts Tagged ‘producer’

The official trailer for Curtiss King’s free album “Raging Waters” available 9.29.15

Directed by PoeticSky (Cbfour.co)

@CurtissKing

The second single from the fourth studio album from Mega Trife, Gold Ain’t Found Above Ground. Produced by First Dirt Producer PHIL THE PAIN.

Directed by Matt Watkins

Gold Ain’t Found Above Ground available on iTunes, Spotify, and the Play Store JULY 10, 2015

Listen to this track at https://soundcloud.com/trifeandnon/sp…

Physical copies available at http://www.megatrife.bandcamp.com

VISIT http://www.mtrifemusic.com

TWITTER: @M_TRIFE
Instagram: MTRIFE
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/megatrife

The making of the beat for (Strange Music Inc) MURS song “The Strangest” produced by Curtiss King (http://CurtissKingBEATS.com).

MURS “The Strangest”
DOWNLOAD – http://bit.ly/1Es19Ft
New Official Hip Hop Song | Strange Music

Listen to “The Strangest” on Soundcloud
http://bit.ly/1Es19Ft

Beats: http://CurtissKingBEATS.com
Twitter: @CURTISSKING

Video shot by Art Barz
Edited by Curtiss King

MURS – “The Strangest”
Produced by: Curtiss King
Featuring vocal sample from Tech N9ne’s “It’s Alive”

MURS on Twitter – http://twitter.com/murs
Facebook – http://facebook.com/murs
Instagram – http://instagram.com/murs316

Official Merch – http://strangemusicinc.net
Tour dates – http://strangevip.com
Web – http://strangemusicinc.com

Hit-Boy - Grindin' My Whole Life

“Grinding My Whole Life HS87 Hits Since 87 N.No, B. Carr., Hit-Boy, Big Hit, Audio Push, Bmacthequeen & Kent M$NEY”

– Hit-Boy

Checkout Producer @TheBeatMenace

Artist looking for great production make sure to checkout The Beat Menace.

twitter: @Thebeatmenace
fb: https://www.facebook.com/thebeatmenace
ig: TheBeatMenace
site: http://www.Thebeatmenace.com

Happy Birthday J - Dilla

James Dewitt Yancey (February 7, 1974 – February 10, 2006),[1][2] better known by the stage names J Dilla and Jay Dee, was an American record producer and rapper who emerged from the mid-1990s underground hip-hop scene in Detroit, Michigan. According to his obituary at NPR.org, he “was one of the music industry’s most influential hip-hop artists, working with big-name acts including A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Busta Rhymes, Erykah Badu, MF Doom, The Pharcyde and Common.”[3] Yancey died in 2006 of the blood disease thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura.

Read the rest of his story here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J_Dilla

Don’t Trip – by @YelirCOF

 

“Don’t Trip” is the debut instrumental album by San Francisco native producer/DJ Yelir of the DJ/production crew Children Of the Funk (COF). The album can be described as Yelir’s “trippiest” beats and includes tracks that were produced between 2009-2012. If you don’t like it, Don’t Trip. If you love it, Don’t Trip. If it trips you out, Don’t Trip. Don’t Trip by Yelir. Enjoy
http://yelir.bandcamp.com/

Checkout a day in the life of First Dirt Producer LEKSBEAT.

From sharing the stage with his First Dirt brethren at Paid Dues 2013 with some legendary artist like Mobb Deep, Talib Kweli, Tech N9ne, Black Hippy, Scarface, and Souls of Mischief just to name a few, Leksbeat, First Dirt Producer and DJ, gives you an inside look of his process of flipping a sample using his weapon of choice, the Akai MPC 2500. For this instrumental, he took a classic Christmas sample, Santa baby by Eartha Kitt, and made a jolly Christmas song into a raw hip hop track.

http://www.youtube.com/leksbeat
http://www.soundcloud.com/leksbeat
https://twitter.com/LEKSBEAT916
https://www.facebook.com/Leksbeat
http://www.firstdirt.com

First Dirt Producer LEKSBEAT (@leksbeat916) Beat Video Dropping Soon!

First Dirt Producer Leksbeat will be releasing a video showing him at work! Be on the lookout for this dope video dropping very soon!

@leksbeat916
@firstdirt

http://www.hardknock.tv Exclusive in-depth interview with Hit Boy. In part 2 Hit Boy talks to Nick Huff Barili about growing up mainly with his Mom and 2 Sisters. “I definitely had to grow up a lot faster and I had to learn how to be the man of the house. I had to learn how to take care of myself and protect my Mom and my Sisters.” Hit Boy adds “Its great now cause me and Dad…He is out now [of Jail] and we are building a good relationship.” Hit says that the song “Running in Place” which talks about his father was one of the earlier tracks he recorded for HITstory. “It was something that was just in me.” Hit Boy goes on to talk about when things were going slow for him in 2009 and he only got one placement (with Mary J Blige) the whole year. His friend Ester Dean played him the dvd for The Secret and it helped change his perspective on things. “All I did was change my mental. I started to wake up every morning and say this is going to be the greatest day of my life and I would just appreciate the smallest thing….I’ve been that way since 09 and my life has completely changed.” As the interview continues Hit talks about a beat he made in 2007 that he wanted to give to Kanye West. Hit Boy carried around the beat with him until one day he met Kanye West when Ye came to the studio Hit was at to work with Pharrell. Fast forward to last year, Hit walks us through what was going through his mind when Jay-Z called him out on stage after him and Kanye just performed the Hit Boy produced track “Niggas in Paris” 12 times in a row.

We are just getting started with our conversation with Hit Boy. Stay tuned next week for part 3 of our conversation with Hit Boy.

Music Videos featured in this interview include: Hit-Boy “Jay-Z Interview Pt. II” and Hit-Boy “Jay-Z Interview Pt. I

Make sure to subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/hardknocktv for our latest videos, including more with Hit Boy. You can also follow us at http://www.facebook.com/hardknocktv and @Hardknocktv @NickHuff on twitter.” – Hardknock TV