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Who’s Up Next With Jeremiah Beats


 

 

 

 

OL

Whats happenin Tray? Thanks for taking the time to do this. Its been a long time coming….

J. Beats

Im just here at The Abstract Recording Studios working on some production. Im glad that we are able to finally do this.

OL

Nice! Likewise bruh, could you introduce yourself to the readers?

J. Beats

Yes sir. My name is Trayshard but I go by Jeremiah Beats. Its funny when people call me Jeremiah. It throws me off. LOL.

OL

It would bruh aha!

J. Beats

I just go along with it, but then tell them that my real name is Trayshard. Most people call me Tray.

OL

How long have you been producing for? Who would you say are you influences in production?

J. Beats

Man, I been producing for 10+ years. it was mostly just a hobby until I linked up with Fred Council from Pardon The Movement 3yrs ago. Since then, I’ve had some great opportunities. I love making music. The person that Influences me the most I would have to say is Kanye. I feel he is very talented when it comes to putting music together and creating different concepts.

OL

Yessir. May I ask who have you worked with?

J. Beats

Most of the PTM roster, SPZRKT, L9, Kayla Starks, Community Music, God F1rst, Generation Recovery, The Abstract Recording Studios Clients, Charles Longo, Ivy League, Jeremiah Bligen, Radio Roman, Tetra Sky, & Trade Mark. Not alot, but I’ve been blessed to work with some dope artists. Oh Daniel Rogers, Aaron Magill, Jason Messenger, Johnnie Rep, & Shad Robinson. I think that’s it. Lol.

OL

Man I was gonna say who else bruh aha lol jk. What do you use to produce and what is your process in the studio?

J. Beats

Sorry about that. Lol. I was primarily on Reason from Propellerhead, but I’m getting into ableton, & producing in ProTools. Most producers will look at u crazy if u ask them to produce a beat in ProTools. Its actually not as hard as I thought. My process? Well I try to have an idea of the feel that I’m going for, Melody wise. Then I work on the drums. I usually will work in an 8bar section & build it from there. Once I got that down, I write it out into an intro, verse, chorus format. Then I find different things I can take out or put in to make feel like its moving. Depending on the feel or what I hear, I might put a switch up on it for the bridge or ending. Sometimes I can knock out a beat in a day, fully mixed & tracked. Sometimes I’ll take a week bc I’m either strugglin for dope ideas or I’m making a massive track with a lot of moving parts. Lol.

OL

Man, I think I can speak for producerville when I say we hate producer block lol. Is there any artists you plan to or would like to work with?

J. Beats

Yeah, its the worst. Lol.That’s a long list my friend. Lol. Um I’d like to work with Dream Junkies, Jordan Nitchoff, OG Maco, Swade, IZ, Eshon, J. Givens, Reach Records, Selah, WLAK Music Group, & Shiwan. Itd funny bc i have connections with a few of these artists, but it just hasn’t happened yet. You’ll definitely hear my production all over Generation Recovery’s mixtape & Big Cleve’s Album. I also plan to do some work with God First & a writer at Atlantic Records.

OL

Thats dope bruh! Any plans for the future?

J. Beats

Yeah, I wanna be able to do music full time. From producing, Audio Engineering, & even teaching. In doing so, I wanna be able to be a Light in the Industry. God has me at The Abstract Recording Studio for a reason.

OL

Nice, well thanks for chopping it up with me! I appreciate it! One Love! God bless!

J. Beats

No problem bro. Thank u for opportunity. God bless u as well.

 

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