The Seattle-based producer has a steadily rising profile and a sound that is undeniable. Now it’s time for UNKWN to focus on turning the accolades into a sustainable career.
In the second of a series of interviews with winners from the last three Battle of the Beat Makers, Urbanology Magazine talks with Lucyclubhouse, who made history as the youngest winner of Battle of the Beat Makers in 2018.
In the first of a series of interviews with winners from the last three Battle of the Beat Makers, Urbanology Magazine talks with Bennie D about the importance of beat battles, his beat making process and why he calls his music “energetic pain.”
The chart-topping New Orleans producer sits down with Urbanology Magazine to talk breaking into today’s music industry, the rise of the Insta-celebrity and why Cash Money Records was both a gift and a curse for hip-hop.
During Battle of the Beat Makers 2018, Grammy-award winning producer !llmind sat down to talk falling in love with producing, navigating the music business and why, despite all his accomplishments, he still tells himself daily that he ‘ain’t shit.’
The incomparable Just Blaze talks fatherhood, how DJing compares to producing and the importance of mixing.
His beats have received placements for the likes of Drake, Big Sean and Anders. Still, FrancisGotHeat remains humble, focused and motivated.
With the right attitude, a strong work-ethic, and a little bit of luck, dreams can really come true. Chase Wav’s journey at the 2016 Battle of the Beat Makers competition is evidence of this.
Fourteen-year-old girl, Lucy Clubhouse, crowned champion. Only the third woman, and the youngest, to take the title. Legendary producers Mannie Fresh, Just Blaze and !llmind served as finals judges.