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“If you haven’t made it to a certain level yet in your career, it means that you haven’t completed the work done necessary.”
In a recent interview with super producer Drumma Boy, he recalls childhood memories of having the likes of Isaac Hayes play music with his parents in his home; Discusses what motivates him and how he has yet to reach his prime; Entrepreneurship and 2016 goals of generating multiple revenue streams – doing movie scores, successful sparkling liquor, Phresh Phamily & producer emoji pack; Speaks on his hometown of Memphis being underrated musically; Speaks on working with Yo Gotti and Young Dolph since day one and the importance of consistency and determination; Speaks on people only knowing Juicy J from Taylor Gang as opposed to Three 6 Mafia; Describes how time is the number one sacrifice in the music industry and the importance of knowing how to stay in the studio instead of going to the clubs; Partnering with strippers to make money and getting music played in clubs & more!
Drumma Boy has produced Plies & T- Pain “Shawty”, Pastor Troy’s “Pop That Pussy”, Young Jeezy’s “White Girl” & “Put On”, Rocko’s “Umma Do Me”, Birdman’s “Money To Blow”, 2 Chainz “Riding Around & Getting It”, Migos “Look At My Dab”, Gucci Mane’s “All My Children” & many more classics.
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