Portland native/Seattle resident Luck-One represents for the 503 fully. Produced by Chi Duly. Mixed by Flatline Studios. Mastered by Redsecta Mastering.
Couple of quick new ones from Cassow. Recorded at Flatline Studios.
I think Jay Yo is laughing at that yt girl.
Cassow – The Ruins
Cassow – The Autobiography
Flatline Studios located in Portland, OR takes you from the studio to the stage with Northwest hip-hop recording artist, Luck-One as he records a new song and goes directly afterwards to perform at in front of a packed crowd.
Directed/Edited by V1 Creative.
Been waiting for this video to drop for a while now. Mixed this song about a year ago. Go get T Soprano’s album Respect B4 Success here.
Fresh off releasing the True Theory Outtakes, Luck-One brings us his ode to Portland from his forthcoming project, True Theory, entitled “Sounds of My City” (produced by Chi Duly). I had a great time mixing this whole project and can’t wait til he releases it so everyone gets to hear it. Also, look out for the song I produced, “Monotheism”, when it drops with the rest of the project in March.
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Sounds of My City (produced by Chi Duly)
New music from Portland/Bay Area artist, Dubble 00. Dubble pays homage to his home team the Oregon Ducks over Wiz Khalifa’s Black and Yellow beat. Mixed by me.
The lead single and video (mixed by me) from the upcoming album, Cool Nutz =’s DOPE coming in 2011 on www.JusFamilyRecords.com. Look for guest appearances from E-40, Tech N9ne, Glasses Malone, Krizz Kaliko, Maniac Lok, and more.
Standout track I produced on Amsterdam’s 2008 second solo project, The Good Hurt. True story in the lyrics as evident by the voicemail at the end. Currently in the studio with Amsterdam working on his new album, Its Not You Its Me. For more of Amsterdam, check his mixtape with Middle, that I produced (see Say Nike ft. Mistah Fab) on and mixed, under the group Top Shelf entitled Love Rap here.
Cut ‘Em or Pay ‘Em is a compilation project I dropped back in January with fellow Portland producer Sonny. We sat down with a goal to put out a product showcasing the talent the Northwest had to offer over our varied production styles. At 18 tracks, we weren’t able to fit all the people onto the disc that we wanted to, but we did get quite the roster. Outside appearances include Playboy Tre (Atlanta) and Punchline (NYC). Click the cover art for the Itunes link and listen to some preview tracks below. Go to Cdbaby.com for a physical copy. Everything mixed and recorded by me at Flatline Studios.
Punchline ft. Toni Hill – Let It Rain
Destro – Keep Doin
Kenny Mack – Cop Cars
Element (Second Family) and Knuckles – Grand Theft Audio
Grynch, Amsterdam, Middle, and Reed Thomas Lawrence – All My Life
Worked with Public on various features for Amsterdam (Top Shelf) and solo endeavors. He has dropped his long awaited debut, Re-Gifted: Thrift Shop Experience on us. Public has released a few projects in the past (Thrift Shop Experience, NahMean: The Mixtape), but considers this to be his official debut. “Re-Gifted” borrows the latter part of it’s title from the original 2008 release, but also gives a nod to Seinfeld and Public’s own personal fashion tastes.
As he explains it, the metaphor of the thrift shop: “Think of it like each item in a thrift shop has a story. When a person takes that item home, they buy into it’s past, so to speak; I see any conversation where stories are shared or people get a little open to be the same thing – a thrift shop experience. You’re buying into what I’m saying and vice versa. A thrift shop experience is something we’ve held, used, or re-told and now, for all intents and purposes, shared. It’s your story and the way that you tell it. How all that happens is at the core of this record.”
I produced the title track, “Thrift Shop Experience”. Other production duties handled by M-Phazes, Oddisee, 6th Sense, and more. Click the picture for the download link from DJbooth.net. Help support his 2011 tour by visiting Kickstarter.com
Been working for L-Rox from Redsecta Mastering for years now. Everything I mix, I send his way. He’s got a tier pricing on the number of tracks. The more work you send his way, the cheaper it is per track. He’s always straight up with the mixes, like a real mastering engineer should be. Any changes he thinks that will better the track, he lets you know, so you can make the proper adjustments. I highly recommend working with him to give your music that final polish.
Started working with Cassow in the studio a couple months ago. He’s got a different flow from any other artist I’ve worked with. He just dropped a mixtape called Mixtape Off To Mars hosted by DJ Ill Will.
Been working with Element (of Second Family) and Knuckles since the Northe’n Lights project (see Grand Theft Audio). This song is off their Gateway Drug album set to drop in early 2011. We’ve got some other tracks that have yet to be released but are fire as well. For more, get their album Caskets and Funerals Homes.
Kenny Mack and Mikey Vegaz are set to release their collaboration project, The Money Rules in 2011. Looking forward to this project coming out; it’s the best from both artists. Production includes myself, Krispy Hendrixx, CClegg, Syko, and more. Check the promo video from Massive 25 at the Crown Room. Mixing/Recording work on the background track done by myself. Video by We Are One Productions.
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