Talk about a great way to kick things off with the Showcase! I received and email from King The Producer in June. I hit him back, he followed up and WOW! Not only did he send great music, but he sent a wonderful bio along with links and pictures. Since he is the very first, and did such an excellent job. He’ll be featured on the home gallery, as well as showcased!
Kings composed beats and scores have a great range as far as genre.I listened to tracks with a dirty south style to the newer pop-hop type, and even some Jazzy hiphop. I noticed that King implements synths in many of his songs. Listen how he uses sounds which are popular today,yet he has tweaked them to fit his style.
Kings work with the chord progressions stand out especially when he uses brass! Nice melodies, nice percussion use as well…wonderful work King!
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About King The Producer
photo and bio submitted by: King
Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. Born with the name; Gilbert Isidro Aispuro. At the age of 15, King The Producer really got into classical music and frequently listened to composers such as Chopin, Bach, Mozart and of course Beethoven. In his freshman year at Carl Hayden High School, he decided to take piano courses for the rest of his school years till he graduated. “At 17, my friend, Rueben Perea, happened to have a Casio keyboard he used to mess with, do drums with and record a little melody. When he heard me play a piece on the piano, he was shocked and told me to record a loop, little after, he showed me how to use the drum kits, little after that, he showed me how to record a song, after that, I was hooked!!! Thanks Rue. I always adored instrumentals and producers like; Rick Rubin, Smokey Robinson, Quincy Jones, DJ Premier, Kanye West, Just Blaze, 9th Wonder, Dr. Dre and all the greats.”
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