The Produce Section | Drumma Boy talks working with rap's elite and the biggest hits of his career
REVOLT TV presents 'The Produce Section,' a column where we put the spotlight on the men and women behind the beats we love so much and their contributions to the culture as a whole. From profiling and interviewing the hottest producers of today to acknowledging the greatest producers of all-time and delving deep into their discographies, The Produce Section is the hub where beats, rhymes and life connect.
Producers have long been the backbone of rap music, providing emcees and rappers alike with the sonic backdrops over which they bare their souls and share their stories. Rap artists may get much of the fanfare and are front and center. However, without the producer toiling away behind the scenes, crafting the instrumentals; the lyrics would be reduced to spoken word and hip hop would be nonexistent as we know it.
In this edition of "The Produce Section," we chopped it up with esteemed boardsman Drumma Boy, who helped break some of the biggest artists in rap over the better part of the past two decades. Having crafted hits for a list of titans who include T.I., Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Jeezy, Future, Wiz Khalifa, Yo Gotti, Birdman, and countless others; Drumma Boy's stature within the music industry is solidified, as he is regarded as one of the more accomplished rap producers of the new millennium.