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Off The Record: DJ Spinz

Published on Sep 26, 2012

DJ Spinz

Off The Record: Ski Beatz

Published on Jun 18, 2013
Brooklyn rapper and Warner Brothers signee Dyme-A-Duzin invites fans and hip-hop enthusiasts out for a night of music and fun courtesy of LRG, PUMA and Malibu Red to celebrate the release of his "Father's Day" music video directed by Court Dunn. Taking place on June 19 from 7-9pm EST.

Ski Beatz

Sonny Digital - Off The Record

As part of LRG's continuing Off the Record series that profiles many of the top producers in the world of hip-hop, we caught up with Atlanta beatsmith Sonny Digital in the studio to talk about the process that goes into crafting a hit record. Detailing his experience contributing to YC's "Racks" as well as Future's "Same Damn Time," Sonny is candid about what it's like to have the biggest song in the country - yet still feel like his hustle is never ending. A self-motivator to the core, Sonny Digital is part of the new breed of hit-makers.

Sonny Digital

Off The Record: Young Chop | Part 2

In part 2 of our Off the Record series with 18-year-old phenom producer Young Chop, he describes how the viral hit "I Don't Like" came about -- detailing how the chorus, verses and beat came together quickly during a recording session. In addition, Chop reveals insight into the remix of the Chief Keef track that features Kanye West, Pusha T, Jadakiss and Big Sean. Not the type of person to rest on his laurels, Chops remains as focused as ever -- knowing that longevity in hip-hop is what separates overnight successes from those with ultimate staying power.

Young Chop

Off the Record: Young Chop | Part One

There is perhaps no other producer around with as much buzz surrounding him as Chicago's Young Chop, whose record "I Don't Like" with similarly sweltering artist Chief Keef is currently seeing the likes of Kanye West, Pusha T, Big Sean and Jadakiss hopping on board the remix. LRG recently hit the studio with the 18-year-old phenom producer where he discussed how he got his start, some of the biggest records already under his belt and his signature sound. Stay tuned for Part II.

Young Chop